Business Plan Competition​​

The annual Business Plan Competition is held each spring and provides an opportunity for all Grove City College students to learn the importance of developing a solid business plan, identifying strategies and risks, as well as how to present their plan to potential investors.

Student business plans are reviewed by alumni and friends of the College who provide written comments, which are returned to the teams. From these reviews, social enterprise and commercial enterprise finalist teams are chosen to present their plans to a panel of judges in a public forum. Judges select winners for the first, second and third-place cash prizes. First place winners may also receive free professional service. Awards are presented at the Parents’ Day Award Ceremony held each spring. The names of each year’s recipients join past winning teams on a permanent display plaque located on the third floor of the Hall of Arts and Letters.​ More Information

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Minor in Entrepreneurship

​The minor introduces students to entrepreneurial thought and the process of innovation and idea generation.

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Minor in Legal Studies

​The minor is an interdisciplinary studies program that provides students the opportunity to develop their intellectual interest as well as their substantive knowledge of the role of law in society.

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Related Resources

​Recommended resources by the Department of Entrepreneurship faculty at Grove City College.

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After Graduation

​After graduating, many entrepreneurship students go on to start their own businesses, work on venture start-ups, go to graduate school or enter the business world.

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​The Department helps connect students with alumni and employers in the fields that best complement their classroom learning experience and specialized interests.

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B.S. in Entrepreneurship

​The degree provides a solid foundation to students wishing to impact the world through their business ventures, non-profit ideas and creative solutions to problems in the real world.

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