Are you ready to take the next step in your college journey? Transfer to Grove City College and make your home in our deep-rooted learning and living environment — where students benefit from nationally ranked career preparation, a renowned liberal arts core, world-class faculty mentors, an iron-sharpens-iron peer community (Proverbs 27:17), and exceptional outcomes across all majors.
As you navigate the process, we are here to help make transferring as smooth as possible. Follow our three-step guide to transferring and see additional tips below. If you have any questions, contact the Transfer Coordinator.
Please note: Grove City College defines a transfer student as someone who enrolled at another institution after graduating from high school.
Step 1: Apply
Start your application through our mobile-friendly online portal. See below for a full list of transfer application requirements and deadlines.
Step 2: Interview (highly recommended)
Share your story by interviewing on campus or virtually to help us get to know you better so we can advocate for your admission! You can also explore other visit options, and we’ll help you make the most of your time on campus.
Step 3: Credit Review
Submit your college credits to determine if/how your courses will transfer to Grove City College. See below for more details.
Transfer applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Deadlines to apply are as follows:
In addition to the online application, you will need to provide the following documents. (If you’d prefer to submit a paper application, email firstname.lastname@example.org to request one.) To see which of your documents have been received or are still pending, please log in to your application portal.
If you have not yet completed one full semester at your current institution, please have your professors fill out the Grove City College Transfer Semester Report Form and submit it once you have submitted the online portion of your application.
All documentation may be sent one of the following ways:
Grove City College
Office of Admissions
100 Campus Drive
Grove City, PA 16127
A payment of $250 is required of every applicant to officially accept admission to the College and secure a spot in the student body. This deposit is nonrefundable if the applicant later decides not to enroll at the College during the year for which he or she was accepted.
To receive a preliminary review of your transfer credits, email email@example.com with the Unofficial Transfer Course Evaluation Request Form and your college transcript (which may be unofficial initially, although an official transcript is required to be considered for admission). In some cases, you may also be asked to provide a copy of a course syllabus or other supporting documents.
Find out more about transfer credit requests. You may also use the online Transfer Evaluation System to search by institution for courses already reviewed for transfer to Grove City College.
View our Transfer Credit Policies for complete requirements.
Financial aid may be available for transfer applicants who demonstrate financial need. Find out more about Financial Aid and Scholarships, and be sure to submit the Grove City College Financial Aid Application (different from the FAFSA) by your application deadline at the latest (Aug. 7 for fall transfer, Jan. 7 for spring transfer). Current students must reapply for financial aid each year.
Although Grove City College reserves most merit-based scholarships for incoming freshmen, we do offer a variety of scholarships for high-performing enrolled upperclassmen, including the Dean’s Scholarship and various Achievement Awards. We also accept outside scholarships from incoming transfers, which can significantly help to reduce the cost of attendance.
If you have any questions, contact the Office of Financial Aid at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-458-3300.