Take a Tour

Take a Tour

Our walking campus tours are designed to educate and inform prospective students and their families about our admissions process, rigorous academics, Christian environment, financial stewardship, tradition, culture, and campus history at Grove City College. Tours include most academic buildings, student areas, as well as Harbison Chapel and a residence hall. Campus tours typically last one hour and 15 minutes. Please be aware that tours are conducted rain or shine. If you require special assistance for your campus tour, please notify our office when you schedule your visit at 724-458-2100 or visit@gcc.edu. The tour may also be combined with an interview or question and answer session. Schedule your appointment online today!





 

 

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Accepted Students

​Congratulations and welcome to the Grove City College family! Below you will find invaluable information for making your transition to college life as smooth and pleasant as possible.

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Open House Dates

The Admissions Office at Grove City College hosts the following open houses for prospective students seeking an up-close look at Grove City College.

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Homeschool Applicants

​Grove City College defines a homeschooled student as one who is taught at home by his/her parents or by a group of individuals outside the traditional educational system.

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Career Development

Your career is a journey marked by continuous opportunities to learn, grow and evolve as an employee and as a person. With a liberal arts education, you establish a well-rounded, diverse foundation of knowledge that truly prepares you to follow God’s calling wherever it may lead you.

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Freshman Profile

Each fall, Grove City College provides a snapshot of our current freshman class including average GPA, average standardized test scores, geographic reach and ethnic diversity.

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Schedule an Interview

As a part of our holistic admissions process, the interview gives each student the opportunity to highlight his/her accomplishments and involvements in high school, goals for the future, and any other areas of interest to an admissions counselor.

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