Question and Answer Session

Question and Answer Session

The Question and Answer (Q&A) session is available for those families and students who simply want more information on Grove City College. The Q&A Session is an informal appointment led by an Admissions Counselor with the entire family present to ask questions about any aspect of Grove City College. This appointment is for the individual family and is not a group setting. Typically, students who are not seniors in high school will visit campus for a Q&A session. Seniors should conduct the Admissions Interview. Students will not be able to conduct their interview and Q&A session on the same visit.

Questions will certainly be answered during the interview process but may not be as comprehensive. Please contact us at 724-458-2100 or visit@gcc.edu if you would like to review what Admissions appointment would best meet your needs. Schedule your appointment online today!

 

 
 
On the following days Q&A sessions are held in a group setting. Please contact us at 724-458-2100 or visit@gcc.edu to schedule a Group Q&A; they cannot be scheduled online.

     Monday, January 16, 2017
     Monday, February 20, 2017
     Friday, April 21, 2017


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