As a residential college, 96% of our students live on campus as a close-knit community that lives, learns, engages, and thrives together. Our residence halls are more than just a location for sleep and study. Living in residence halls at Grove City College promotes ideal spaces for students to interact with one another, bulid and deepen friendships, and experience programs that are thoughtfully created to enrich relationships, foster learning, value diversity, and cultivate personal and collective growth.
Our 11 residence halls are staffed by full-time professional Residence Directors (RDs) and nearly 90 student Resident Assistants (RAs). RDs and RAs are relationally focused and work diligently to provide a quality living and learning experience for students. Our staff also works closely with the Academic Resource Center to holistically support students, including assisting students with special housing needs.
Our campus offers a variety of on-campus living options. Learn more about our residence halls.
Residence Life furthers the mission of Grove City College by fostering diverse, Christ-centered communities committed to the holistic development of students as thoughtful and engaged citizens prepared to serve society.
Residence Life seeks to develop students holistically - socially, emotionally, spiritually, intellectually, and morally. We seek to provide opportunities that intentionally engage residential students, recognize and celebrate each person, and help students thrive at Grove City College.
Get answers to FAQs about residence life, important move-in details, and tips on what to bring to feel at home on campus.
On-Campus Housing Information
Browse our 11 on-campus residence halls made up of traditional dorm-style rooms and suites and our apartments for upperclassmen. Find out more about how housing is designated for men, women, freshmen, or Community Living Privilege (CLP) groups.