Henry Buhl Library

​​Founded as one of the original Andrew Carnegie libraries, Henry Buhl Library has always stood as a haven of learning for both the college and community. With approximately 138,000 books and bound periodicals, 140,000 e-books,  3,000 videos, and 80,000 periodical and newspaper subscriptions accessible through over 100 databases,  patrons are given the necessary tools to do exceptional research.

Originally housed in Carnegie Hall on the corner of Main and Broad streets, the library was moved to upper campus in 1954, to the sandstone building we are familiar with today. Although the library has changed a great deal in the past 50 years, the intent has always been the same: to provide good quality collections and effective reference service in a beautiful and well-kept building.

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Department of Political Science

The Department believes in the principles of constitutional government and the advancement of individual, economic, civil and religious liberty.

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Department of Communication Studies

​Situating the study of human communication as a robust theological, philosophical, and cultural locus of intellectual inquiry, the Department of Communication studies nurtures socially responsible, engaged citizens who can interpret and evaluate the images and messages they create and receive.

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Special Education

Our special education students enjoy rigorous coursework tailored to help them understand the special circumstances many children face.​​


 
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Department of Entrepreneurship

​The department fosters an academic environment that includes real-world entrepreneurial experience, an idea-generating culture and an emphasis on ethical decision-making.

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Department of Physical Education

​The Department of Physical Education and Athletics at Grove City College prepares students to excel in a wide variety of graduate and professional programs and for diverse careers in health-related professions.

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Department of History

As developing historians, students use their God-given reason to assess historical events critically and accurately.

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