Grove City College offers a variety of on-campus living options. Our freshmen women’s hall, called Mary Anderson Pew (MAP) North, consists of double and triple rooms and a few quad rooms that share community bathrooms. Freshmen women may be housed together in MAP West Hall. These rooms are doubles, triples, and sometimes quads. Most rooms have a suite bathroom shared with another room, and some rooms share a community bathroom. The freshmen men halls, Hicks and Memorial, are doubles with a few options for triples and quads that all share community bathrooms. There are a small number of single rooms available in MAP North and Hicks Hall, however, they are typically reserved for students with documented medical needs.
Suite housing options for women are available in MAP South and MAP West. Traditional hall living is available in Harker and Mary Ethel Pew (MEP) Halls.
Housing for men is available in Alumni Hall, Lincoln Hall, Hopeman Hall, and Ketler Hall. These housing options range from traditional hall style to suite style living.
Group housing is available in the residence halls for students who are a part of a CLP group. Each fraternity, sorority, and housing group is created in partnership with the College, rather than by national affiliations, and each has a unique mission and purpose. Read more about our CLP groups.
Male CLP halls include Hopeman and Lincoln Hall and Ketler Hall. Female CLP floors are within MEP and Harker Halls.