|Money Magazine (2014)|
Grove City College is ranked in the top 10 percent of “Best Colleges for Your Money” nationally and number six among Pennsylvania schools. Money looks at the quality of education offered, the cost to attend and how much the average graduate makes five years after earning a degree. Read more>>
|U.S. News & World Report (2014)|
College is ranked in the top tier of Best National Liberal Arts
Colleges based on a number of factors, including graduation and
retention rates, faculty quality, student selectivity, financial
resources, assessments by other colleges and high school counselors and
alumni giving. The College posted strong numbers in several categories,
including a 90 percent freshmen retention rate, 82 percent graduation
rate and number of freshmen in the top 10 percent of their high school
class. Read more>>
||Princeton Review (2014)|
College was once again included the magazine’s annual guide to the
nation’s top colleges and universities, and is one of the best schools
in the Northeast Region. Overall, the College’s accessibility of
professors, academics and campus quality of life were all in the top 25
percent. Read more>>
||Forbes’ America’s Top Colleges (2014)|
College’s standing increased overall among 650 undergraduate colleges
and universities, and also in the Northeast and among private schools.
The magazine cited Grove City’s excellent return on investment for
students, with a tuition rate that’s less than half the cost of
competitive private schools. Read more>>
|Best Choice Schools (2014)|
Grove City College is the number one most affordable college with a high four-year graduation rate. The College’s 78 percent graduation rate and $14,880 a year tuition secured it the top spot on the 20-school list, ahead of some of the nation’s leading private and public schools.
|Great Value Colleges (2014)|
City College is ranked sixth out of 25 private schools on a list of
Greatest Affordable Colleges in the Northeast by Great Value Colleges.
The website cited the College’s high freshmen retention rate and that 96
percent of alumni are working or in graduate school within six months
after graduation. The website also noted that students have many
opportunities to join clubs, organizations and activities on campus. Read more>>
The College ranked 11th out of 50 in the “Top Christian Colleges” list. The website ranked Christian colleges that offer the best academic programs, student experiences and cited Grove City College’s high retention rate.
Business Insider ranked the College 82 on its list of “The 106 smartest Liberal Arts Colleges in America.” Colleges and universities on the list emphasize undergraduate studies in the arts, humanities, natural sciences and social sciences.
|Christian College of Distinction (2013)|
College was just one of four Pennsylvania schools to be recognized as a
Christian College of Distinction. Colleges of Distinction stated that
Grove City excels in the “Four Distinctions” of engaged students, great
teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes. Read more>>
||Consumers Digest Magazine (2011)|
Digest Magazine ranked Grove City College the number one Top Value
Rated private liberal arts college in the nation. Consumers Digest
selected colleges based on a formula that blended academic excellence of
students with the educational quality as assessed by four- and six-year
||Young America's Foundation|
Young America’s Foundation has consistently listed Grove City as a “Top
Conservative College.” The list ranks the overall experience colleges
offer, and weighs whether an institution provides a holistic
conservative experience for students.