As you prepare for a campus visit, see below for additional information about each aspect of your visit. If you have any questions, contact our Visit Coordinator.
Location: Crawford Hall – Admissions Suite, First Floor
This guided, one-on-one conversation is an opportunity for you to share your story, learn more about Grove City College, get your questions answered, and connect with an admissions counselor who can become your advocate for admission and scholarships. The interview typically lasts about 20 minutes, and your parents/guardians are invited to join you for 10-15 minutes of Q&A time at the end. Find out more.
Location: Crawford Hall – Office of Financial Aid, Ground Floor
In order to make the most of your financial aid appointment, we encourage you to complete our Net Price Calculator prior to your visit and bring the results to your meeting. We also encourage you to explore our financial aid information and jot down any questions. Find out more.
Once we have confirmed your classroom visit and/or faculty meeting, we will email you a completed itinerary. If you are attending a class, please plan to arrive at that class at least 10 minutes early. Also, please do not enter a class if it has already begun. If your parents or guardians would like to attend class with you, you must ask the professor for permission in advance. Find out more about classroom visits and faculty meetings.
The Office of Admissions will send you a confirmation email with a link to access your interview. Log in at least 10 minutes prior to your scheduled interview time. Keep in mind that Grove City College runs on Eastern Time (ET). Your interview with an admissions counselor will last for approximately 20-30 minutes.
We recommend that you find a quiet room with good lighting. If your parents/guardians have questions, they will be able to join you at the conclusion of your interview.
The Office of Admissions provides the virtual interview option as an accommodation for those who are unable to travel to campus, valuing it no differently than an on-campus interview. Find out more about the admissions interview.