Driving Directions to Campus

Driving Directions to Grove City College

​Driving Directions to Campus​​

I-79 to Exit 113 (Grove City)

Take Route 208 East into Grove City to the first traffic light.

Turn right onto Main Street (Rt. 58) and go to the second traffic light (Liberty Ave).

Turn left into the campus and follow the road to Crawford Hall. (Administration Bldg.)

I-80 to Exit 24 (Grove City / Sandy Lake)

Take Route 173 South into Grove City.

    Follow Route 173 as it winds through town. Turn left onto Main Street (Rt. 58).
      Go to the second traffic light (Liberty Avenue).
        Turn left into the campus and follow the road to Crawford Hall. (Administration Bldg.)

      Airport Orbit

      Airport transportation service (Airport Orbit) and car service (Sprocket Point-2-Point Transfers)

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      Dining

      Visitors to Grove City College are welcomed by numerous dining options both on and off campus. 

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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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      Regional Attractions

      ​Grove City College’s location in a small town lends itself to the studious nature of the college, however regional attractions make the area both unique, beneficial and entertaining. Some of these attractions include:

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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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      Driving Directions

      ​At Grove City you'll become part of a friendly, close-knit community where 94% of students live on campus. With over 130 student organizations, 19 varsity sports, a vibrant spiritual atmosphere and faculty who are involved in the lives of students, you'll have unlimited opportunities to grow and make an impact on our campus community.

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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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