Pre-Law​​

Grove City College is an excellent choice for a student considering a career in law. Grove City College graduates have enjoyed academic and professional success in the study and practice of law. They are eagerly sought by quality law schools across the country and are recruited by top firms, corporations and government agencies. Some set up small one- and two-lawyer practices. If you choose to prepare yourself for the law at Grove City College, you will join a distinguished and successful group of students and alumni.

Pre-law encompasses more than selecting majors and courses. Law school admissions deans visit campus primarily in the fall semester to meet with pre-law students. The College's Law Society organizes speakers and trips to law schools and occasional law review issues. Close ties with alumni in law schools, and practicing law, afford students opportunities to learn about the law first-hand.

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Department of Sociology

The Department of Sociology at Grove City College prepares students to excel in both competitive graduate programs and careers in sociology.

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Department of Psychology

The Department of Psychology at Grove City College prepares students to excel in both competitive graduate programs and careers in psychology.

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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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Department of Economics

​The Department of Economics at Grove City College equips students not simply for careers in economics and graduate school, but to be contributors to a free and virtuous society.

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Department of Accounting

​​The Department of Accounting at Grove City College prepares students for a lifetime of learning and for careers in public accounting, corporate accounting and the non-profit sector.

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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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