Grove City College’s online course offerings are expanding, making it possible for students to take a year’s worth of classes online and significantly reduce the time and expense of earning a degree.
Online courses are affordable and convenient options that allow students to earn transferable college credits from home. Depending upon the term you choose, some courses can be completed in just weeks instead of months. Registration for Winter and Spring Online courses opens on Dec. 1.
“Online classes allowed me to continue my studies over the summer with high-quality courses offered at an affordable rate. Because of the online classes, I will be able to graduate early while still getting the quality education I expect from Grove City College,” Grace P. Tarr ’20 said.
The online program is designed to bring the College’s excellent academic offerings to a wider audience of college students and adult learners. Accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, Grove City College is routinely ranked as one of the country’s top colleges by U.S. News & World Report, The Princeton Review and others based on academic quality and superior outcomes.
“We know how busy life can be and want everyone to have access to the high-quality, Christ-centered education that Grove City College is known for. Students can get to work on a specific major or simply increase their knowledge and skill sets for work or self-improvement,” Dr. Christy Crute, director of Graduate and Online Education said. “We can help you chart a pathway to your future.”
Courses offered through Grove City College’s Online Program run the gamut, from general education classes to specialized instruction in business, education, sciences, design software, nutrition and health, Excel, creative writing and more. Courses are open to qualified students from any institution of higher learning or adult learners who want to expand their knowledge and horizons. California students are not eligible.
Registration for Winter Online classes ends Dec. 17. The deadline for Spring Online registration is Jan. 17. Classes are offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Visit the Registrar’s website to view available courses, cost, and instructions on how to register for classes. Questions? Contact the Office of the Registrar at firstname.lastname@example.org or 724-458-2172.