Cost of Attendance

​Cost of Attendance

2016-2017 Academic Year


Standard

Tuition: $16,630
Room & Board: $9,062
Books & Supplies: $1,000*
Miscellaneous: $350*
Transportation: $500*
TOTAL: $27,542


Colonial Hall Apartments
Tuition: $16,630
Room only: $8,764
Board plan (optional): $3,650
Books & Supplies: $1,000*
Miscellaneous: $350*
Transportation: $500*
TOTAL with Board plan: $30,894
TOTAL with NO Board plan: $27,244


Commuter Student
Tuition: $16,630
Books & Supplies: $1,000*
Miscellaneous: $350*
Transportation: $500*
TOTAL: $18,480

 

Please note: Items marked with an * are not billed to the Student Account but are estimates of out-of-pocket expenses. The total amount of financial aid in the form of scholarships and loans cannot exceed the total Cost of Attendance for an academic year. The Student Account is billed for fall and spring terms separately with costs and financial aid being split over the two billings. Other optional academic terms such as Winter and Summer Online sessions and January and May Intersession are also billed separately and are not directly eligible for financial aid.

As a matter of College policy, all full-time students (12 credits or more) must annually demonstrate proof of health insurance coverage status in order to attend Grove City College. For those students without alternative coverage, the College partners with UnitedHealthcare to offer a Student Injury and Sickness Plan. The cost of annual coverage for 2016-2017 is $1,496 which is not considered part of the cost of attendance. Click here for further details on the Student Injury and Sickness Plan.


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