Christ calls us to serve. Whether on campus, in the community, or our world, these organizations make service a priority and provide our students with opportunities to live out their faith, develop leadership abilities, and enhance the world in which we live and work.
Contact Scott Gordon, Director of Student Activities, with any questions or to connect with organizational student leadership.
This organization aids the elderly in the Grove City community through interaction between students and the residents of local nursing homes. Emphasis is placed on communication between the young and the old.
All women at Grove City College are members of the AWS which is comprised of a board of 10 elected women who serve as liaison between the Student Government Association's Executive Committee and Grove City College women. Women's Issues Support and Education (WISE) is also under AWS.
The Environmental Club is open to all students interested in serving to improve their environment. Projects include campus recycling and off-campus, clean-up projects. Students work alongside other environmental groups.
Intercom gives students an opportunity to mentor and team math/computers to children in the community. Students earn credit for their service on a semester basis.
I.F. Council is the governing body of the College's fraternities. Comprised of five officers, the president of each fraternity, and one I.F. representative from each fraternity, the council governs relations among fraternities, rushing and Greek orientation, and I.F. athletic programs. The council develops programs that foster healthy relations among fraternities, the College, and the surrounding community.
The Men’s Activities Board oversees harmonious living among the male student body and relays their concerns and suggestions to Student Government. The board maintains the refrigerator rental service for the residence halls and sponsors various social functions that are open to the entire student body. Meetings are open to all Grove City College men.
Each Spring, 85 rising upperclassmen are chosen to form Orientation Board, a group which strives to connect incoming freshmen and transfers to the College, the community, and each other. Applications for the five committees that make up Orientation Board are available in the Office of Student Affairs in mid-February.
Pan-Hellenic Council is the governing body of the eight local sororities on campus and is composed of its president, rush chairman, and the president of each sorority. The purpose of the council is to foster a spirit of friendship and cooperation among the sororities, to encourage the support of Grove City College organizations and social affairs, to regulate those matters which concern all sororities, to regulate rushing and new Greek orientation, and to instill adherence to customs and traditions of the College.
Rotaract, a facet of Rotary International, is a community service organization whose purpose is to provide a personal development opportunity for young men and women, to address the physical and social needs of our community, and to promote improved relations among all people worldwide through friendship and service. The Grove City College Rotaract Club is sponsored by the Grove City Rotary Club.
The focus of the Sign Language Club is to serve and minister to the deaf and hearing impaired, to increase awareness and understanding of the deaf and hearing impaired community, and to foster a greater understanding and interest in signing for worship services.
Signature is an organization of Christian women committed to serving the fine arts of Grove City College. Signature serves at senior recitals, ushers at music performances, and sends notes of encouragement to performers.