How We're Wired

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. Computing allows students to receive a quality education while gaining practical experience at the same time.

Students enter Grove City College knowing that the campus is fully wired for network accessibility. Full-time students receive a tablet PC and printer/scanner/copier — theirs to keep after graduation.


On the first day of orientation, every student learns how to use the tools available to be ready for the first day of classes. Students also have access to a help desk and full IT support for their entire college career. This focus on technology pays off in the job market—companies recruiting Grove City College students are impressed with their tech savvy knowledge.
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Freshman Profile

Each fall, Grove City College provides a snapshot of our current freshman class including average GPA, average standardized test scores, geographic reach and ethnic diversity.

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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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Accepted Students

​Congratulations and welcome to the Grove City College family! Below you will find invaluable information for making your transition to college life as smooth and pleasant as possible.

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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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Homeschool Applicants

​Grove City College defines a homeschooled student as one who is taught at home by his/her parents or by a group of individuals outside the traditional educational system.

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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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