Current Cost

Current Cost

Costs for the 2015-2016 academic year

Total annual cost for tuition, room & board, and a notebook computer that is yours to keep when you graduate, is $24,956 for all degree programs.

Standard Tuition
Tuition:               $16,154
Room & Board:  $8,802
TOTAL:               $24,956

Students at Grove City College also incur expenses that include but are not limited to:
Books and Supplies (Estimated $1,000)
Transportation (Estimated $500)
Miscellaneous Expenses (Estimated $350).

If you factor all of these costs together the total annual cost is $26,806. The estimated costs will vary based on student, major, location of home and personal preference.

Grove City College maintains charges which are among the lowest in the nation; thus in effect, every student enrolled at Grove City College receives an automatic financial benefit of several thousand dollars.

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Contact Us

If you'd like to visit our campus, call our Admissions Office at 724-458-2100. Whether you'd like to schedule a tour, or a more personal visit, please allow a week's notice so we can plan to make the most of your visit with us on our campus.

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Amazing Value

​One of the biggest problems facing college graduates today is the excessive debt they incur to earn their degree.


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How To Apply

​Whether you are headed into your senior year in high school or looking to transfer from another school to Grove City College, the following information is a detailed overview of the college application process.

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Transfer Applicants

​Grove City College welcomes all transfer applicants. Acceptance to the College is determined by the quality of your application submission, SAT/ACT scores and college transfer grades, availability with your declared major, and residence space on-campus.

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Academic Life

​Grove City College has a reputation for high academic standards.

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Schedule an Interview

As a part of our holistic admissions process, the interview gives each student the opportunity to highlight his/her accomplishments and involvements in high school, goals for the future, and any other areas of interest to an admissions counselor.

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