High School students are encouraged to visit campus to learn about Grove City College’s rich academic tradition, amazing value and community of Christian learning on Saturday, Nov. 14.
Senior Crimson Day gives prospective students the opportunity to experience Grove City College firsthand through a number of activities.
The admissions event is open to prospective students interested in any of the College’s 50 programs of study. The day begins with registration and refreshments from 8 to 9 a.m. in Pew Fine Arts Center, where students and their families will be welcomed and learn about the College’s academic offerings, student life, career services and the application process.
A panel of current students will be on hand to explain the unique culture of Grove City College and answer questions. Faculty members will be present to talk about their disciplines and majors. Sessions are also scheduled to learn what kind of student aid is available.
Potential students and their families are also invited to have lunch in a campus dining hall and take a walking tour designed to inform them about campus culture, history, traditions and more.
There is no cost to attend.
For more information and registration: www.gcc.edu/crimsonday.