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Thank you for your interest in Grove City College. We know that there are many choices out there for you. All quality colleges  from which to choose, and we are thankful that you have spent some time on our website learning more about us.

As you delve further into the college search process, please come back and re-visit our website. Should you have further questions you would like to have answered, please contact our office directly where one of our Admissions Counselors would be more than happy to serve you. You can also contact us with general questions here.
 

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. We look forward to hearing from you in the future!

Grove City College
Admissions Office
100 Campus Drive
Grove City, PA. 16127
 

Fax: (724) 458-3395

Email: admissions@gcc.edu

Phone: (724) 458-2100

 
 
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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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First-Time Freshmen Applicants

Students applying to Grove City College as freshman applicants can submit their application for either through Early Decision or Regular Decision.

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How We're Wired

Ranked 11th by U.S. News & World Report as the Most Wired College Campus, Grove City College boasts a unique approach to technology.

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Music Applicants

​Students desiring to major in music at Grove City College must complete an audition before a faculty committee for acceptance into the music department.

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Academic Life

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

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Degree Programs

​Choosing your major shouldn’t just be a question of how much money you are going to make when you graduate, but how much you’re going to make of yourself both while you are in college and when you are out in the world.

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