Chapel Services and Requirements

Chapel Services and Requirements ​​

Harbison Chapel is the center of the structured religious life of the campus. It provides a beautiful and inspiring place of worship, and a place for quiet meditation. Chapel services are the common expression of our Christian faith as members of the campus community.

To support this enrichment and emphasize the importance of having a united spiritual core, chapel/convocation attendance is a required component of every student’s experience at Grove City College. Students enrolled in 12 or more credits must attend 16 chapels per semester, and students enrolled in six to 11 credits must attend eight chapels per semester. Listen to recent chapel services.​

Download a schedule of Spring 2015 Chapel events.

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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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Who We Are

​Grove City College provides a liberal arts education in the classic sense. Education’s first true purpose, and ours, is to provide a well rounded curriculum that helps students see the broad intellectual landscape of ideas, people and events that have shaped, and continue to shape, our world.

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Board of Trustees

​​Leaders from business, law and education, as well as many other sectors, comprise the Board of Trustees at Grove City College.

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History

​When the College was chartered, a broad, Christian-based cultural consensus prevailed in America. By charter, the doors of the College were open to qualified students "without regard to religious test or belief."

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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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Our Leadership Team

Seven vice presidents at Grove City College lead the strategic directives of the College—from fundraising to curriculum, and from facilities and technology to the financial viability of the institution.

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