Libraries and Technology

​Libraries and Technology​​

Grove City College's libraries are storehouses and points of access to both print and electronic resources. Henry Buhl Library, the College's main library is home to over 160,000 books and bound periodicals and Ham​ilton Curriculum Library offers resources specific to the needs of students studying education.  

The Department of Information Technology Services (ITS) at Grove City College continues to expand, offering a variety of computer and technology resources across campus.  The Department, which is housed in the Technological Learning Center (TLC), provides support for students, faculty and staff in the areas of academic computing, administrative systems, development services, telecommunications, media services, photo identification cards, and training and support solutions. 

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Department of Biblical and Religious Studies

​The Department of Biblical and Religious Studies at Grove City College prepares students for a number of careers, including missions, ministry and academia.

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Elementary Education

​Studying elementary education at Grove City College prepares students to become leaders in the classroom — and in their profession at large​.

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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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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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Department of Physics

​Through meaningful research opportunities, innovative teaching and state-of-the-art facilities, students become physicists in the fullest sense.

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Department of Computer Science

Offering majors in computer science and computer information systems, as well as a minor in computer science, students receive specialized instruction in software and programming languages, hardware, algorithms, applications and computation theory.

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