The Quad

​Student publications play a critical role in the life of a college by providing a written forum for intellectual and creative exchange. Learning is not to be safely buried in a field nor locked in an ivory tower, but rather shared throughout a community, contributing to that great conversation so indispensable to the life of the mind. Student publications serve as a platform for this conversation, sparking and fueling the discourse necessary for intellectual motion.

The Quad is founded upon the principle that learning should not be confined to the classroom. Education is for the whole of a person. Thus we publish a broad range of intellectual works, from the critical to the creative, from scholarly essays and book reviews to travelogues, poetry, and non-fiction narratives.  This holistic pursuit of the intellectual life should never be divorced from a pursuit of God.  All truth, we believe, is God’s truth.  The Quad aspires to develop the mind in Christ, and seeks to feed not only the intellect, but the soul.  Thus, we welcome excellent works from all disciplines, so that, along with the Echo and Collegian, we may nourish the intellectual life of the entire campus.

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Chapel

​Chapel services are the common expression of our Christian faith as members of the campus community.​​

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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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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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