Dining​

Visitors to Grove City College are welcomed by numerous dining options both on and off campus. From casual and quick-service establishments to sit-down and formal dining, visitors can choose from a wide variety of restaurants and eateries located just minutes from Grove City College. 

On Campus Dining 

Hicks Cafe
MAP Cafe
The GeDunk
 

See Bon Appetit website for prices and details.

Downtown Grove City and Local Specialties

Jordans Restaurant & Pizzeria
Bobo’s Rice Bowl Chinese Restaurant
Main Street Diner
Nonni's Corner Trattoria
Jean's Super Subs
Beans on Broad
Dam Good Wings

Broad Street Grille

Dining near Grove City Premium Outlets

Primanti Brothers
Compadres Mexican Restaurant
Elephant & Castle Pub & Restaurant
Timber Creek Tap & Table
 
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News Center

​The News Center at Grove City College is your hub to the latest news and happenings on the Grove City College campus. Read current headlines, contact the Office of Marketing & Communications, or browse our most recent publications.

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Benefits of Independence

​Grove City College teaches, advocates and operates under the principles of free market economic theory. By putting that theory into practice, the College maintains competitively low costs and a superior academic program.

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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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Wedding Information

​Harbison Chapel not only serves as the center of the religious life at Grove City College, but also as a beautiful wedding venue for brides and grooms from around the world.

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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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