The Collegian

The Collegian, Student Newspaper​​

The student newspaper, The Collegian, is owned and published by Grove City College. The paper is published weekly, free of charge, with the purpose of reporting happenings on campus and beyond while teaching students responsible journalistic practices. The paper contains sections for news, perspectives, features, entertainment, life and sports. Student editors and staff are responsible for all writing, editing, photography and layout of The Collegian.
 
Click HERE to read The Collegian for this academic year in digital format.


Click above to read the May 5, 2017 issue. This is the final Collegian of the academic year.

To download a .pdf copy, visit our Publication Archive​.

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Benefits of Independence

​Grove City College teaches, advocates and operates under the principles of free market economic theory. By putting that theory into practice, the College maintains competitively low costs and a superior academic program.

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Facilities

​Grove City College boasts state-of-the-art learning, research and living facilities. Beauty and functionality characterize our living spaces, classrooms, lecture halls, gyms and recreation facilities, libraries and dining halls.

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Endowment

​Grove City College believes in purposeful accounting of its finances. Most of the College’s operating expenses are covered by student tuition.

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Contact Marketing Communications

​We want to hear your news! We are here to assist you in telling the story of Grove City College.

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Regional Attractions

​Grove City College’s location in a small town lends itself to the studious nature of the college, however regional attractions make the area both unique, beneficial and entertaining. Some of these attractions include:

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Past Presidents

Grove City College was the dream and lifelong work of the Ketler and Pew families. In 1876, Grove City College began with 13 students. By the turn of the century, the enrollment had grown to 660 students.

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