Grove City College’s Board of Trustees approved a modest increase in tuition, room, and board rates for the 2022-23 academic year to offset rising inflation and the cost of increased excellence in College programs and services.
Tuition will rise $680, and room and board will increase by $360 – a 3.5% increase over current costs – to cover student instruction and residential costs. The total annual cost of attending for most undergraduate students will stand at $31,040. The College’s $19,990 tuition is about half the national average for private colleges.
“As a College, we identify stewardship as a core value, which means we honor the financial support and commitment of families, alumni, and friends of the College by managing our resources wisely, especially in our efforts to maintain affordability,” College President Paul J. McNulty said.
“We remain committed to delivering a high-quality education and exceptional return on investment for our students. It is my firm belief that a Grove City College education is a wise investment in the future. Our mission is distinctive, educating the whole person for faithful, courageous, and caring service in this world,” he said.
Grove City College is nationally recognized by The Princeton Review, Forbes, and other evaluators as a “best value” college based on the cost of attendance, quality of education, and student outcomes. More than 80% of students graduate on time, more than 95% are working or pursing graduate degrees within six months of graduation and starting and midcareer alumni salaries outpace national averages.
The College does not accept any federal funding, including student grants and loans, but students are eligible for privately financed scholarship aid and access to loans outside of the federal system.
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