Student Life


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Freshmen students are greeted to campus by Orientation Board, who plan a week of activities to ease you into college life.
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In the Breen Student Union, you’ll find yourself spending hours chatting with friends, sipping coffee on a cold afternoon, or enjoying one of the Gedunk's “famous” chicken tender wraps!
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Greek life is central to many Grove City College students’ college experience. The Greek system is a valuable part of our community, from fraternity and sorority service projects to Homecoming, many students find lifelong friendships as a Greek.
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Grove City College is regularly ranked as one of the fittest campuses in America. That’s thanks to exciting and competitive intramural and club sports programs that a majority of our students participate.

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Student Life

At Grove City College, student development is about much more than programs and residence life. It’s a holistic approach that, when coupled with your academic experience, will help you become the adult you want to be. From the supportive residence hall staff, to events that stretch your thinking, your faith and your relationships with your peers, the Office of Student Life and Learning is here to make your outside-of-the-classroom experience as valuable as the time you spend on your academics, as the two inform one another.

You’ll have access to a host of intramural sports and recreational activities, Bible studies, and activities with your fellow Grove City College students. The Grove City College experience is about getting a solid foundation in the humanities that made our society great; it’s about graduating with a command of your major field of study; but it’s also about leaving Grove City College a well-rounded individual who can impact the world.



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Campus Organizations

​There are over 130 student clubs and organizations. Special interest groups, faith-based and service organizations, honorary groups, fraternities and sororities are all led by students and supported by faculty and staff advisors.​

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Health Services

​Grove City College is committed to its students’ overall health and wellness. The Zerbe Health and Wellness Center is home to friendly and qualified health professionals who have chosen to work specifically with college students. ​​

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The Collegian

The student newspaper, The Collegian, is owned and published by Grove City College. The paper is published weekly, free of charge, with the purpose of reporting happenings on campus and beyond​.

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Services for Disability

​All students admitted to Grove City College enjoy full access to its programs and services. ​​

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Ministry Groups

​Students are encouraged to get involved in these groups to learn from one another, make a positive impact on the world and to embark on their spiritual journeys together.​​

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Campus Life

​When you come to Grove City College, you become a part of a dynamic and supportive community of lifelong learners. ​​

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Residence Life

​Over 93 percent of our students live on campus where they become a part of a friendly, close-knit living and learning community.​​

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Dining

​The student meal plan at Grove City College consists of three meals a day, seven days a week​.​

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What's Going On

With so many, academic opportunities, clubs and organizations, as well as new and recurring campus events, there’s a lot going on. Make sure you stay up-to-date on the latest news and happenings at Grove City College.

What's student life at Grove City College like?

It's a question that only our students can answer. Don’t worry, we asked them.
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  • ​I was aware that Grove City College was one of the most affordable private Christian colleges anywhere. But after visiting campus I knew it was the right place for me.

    I wanted smaller classes where I’d be able to ask questions, collaborate, get to know my professors and have them get to know me. Grove City College’s low student-faculty ratio of 15:1 meant that I’d be in the type of environment where I knew I’d learn best.

    I came to Grove City College as engineering ma...Read More

  • ​Knight to F5 ... Bishop to C3 ... Queen to D8 … Checkmate. It may only take a handful of moves for Azzama Bochenkova ’15 and her relentless strategy to capture your king.

    Bochenkova, a member of the Grove City College Chess Club, is “the strongest player I know about that Grove City has ever had,” according to Dr. Dorian Yeager, chess club advisor and professor of computer science and mathematics. “It’s her analysis of the game. She analyzes positions really well.”

    She came t...Read More

  • I thought about attending an art school because I love to draw and paint. However, I knew I also wanted a place where I would be strengthened in my Christian faith. I wanted to learn from professors with Christian worldviews and get connected to an encouraging community.

    Grove City College has lived up to my expectations.  I’ve been able grow in my faith through genuine relationships with my friends and professors. And as a Communications Studies major with a Studio Art minor, I’m...Read More

  • ​I wanted to go to a Christian college, but one that gave me the freedom to express my faith in my own way. I also wanted a like-minded community of friends who I could learn from and spend time with.

    A real sense of being part of a community is very important to me — both at home and at college. At home, I’m a volunteer firefighter and an EMT.
    And at College, I’m very involved in campus life. I’m the drum major of the marching band and I play in the Grove City College Jazz ...Read More