Classroom Visit

Classroom Visit

In conjunction with a traditional visit, many students desire to observe classes and experience a sample of the academics at Grove City College. Prospective students who wish to visit classes must contact our office two weeks prior to the visit date. Prospective students may visit up to two classes according to availability anytime that our campus is in normal session. Click HERE for a list of our degree programs and majors. To participate in our classroom visit program, the student must schedule an appointment to meet with an admissions counselor in conjunction with the visit or have already completed his or her admissions interview.

   • Students may request class visitations the Fall semester for appointment dates starting on Tuesday, September 2, 2014.
   • Students may request class visitations for the Spring semester for appointment dates starting on Monday, January 26, 2015.
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Parents or guardians who would like to attend class with their student must ask the professor for permission before the class begins.

Please call our office directly at (724) 458-2100  to schedule classroom visits. Classroom visits are subject to faculty availability.  

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