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Trustee Scholarship Program – Cohort Professor Perspectives

Grove City College’s Trustee Scholarship Program is more than just a competitive scholarship offered to 24 incoming freshmen. It’s an opportunity for enhanced learning and growth as students engage in rich discussion, research, and cultural experiences with fellow scholars in their cohort, faculty cohort advisers, and top-notch professors who help shape them into wise and […]

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Trustee Scholarship Program – Faculty Adviser Perspectives

Grove City College’s Trustee Scholarship Program is more than just a competitive scholarship offered to 24 incoming freshmen. It’s an opportunity for enhanced learning and growth as students engage in rich discussion, research, and cultural experiences with fellow scholars in their cohort and faculty cohort advisers who help shape them into wise and well-rounded leaders […]

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7 Scholarship Strategies

Strategy 1: Asking Pointed Questions While there are many good questions to ask, there are often better questions to ask. First, rather than just relying on a college’s financial aid brochure or online financial aid calculator, set up an appointment with each college’s Office of Financial Aid. Second, instead of simply asking, “What scholarships can I […]

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My Almost-Overlooked College Decision

My college decision was far from traditional. I started early, taking advantage of the opportunities my high school gifted program provided to visit schools around my area of Western Pennsylvania. We visited two schools every year, mostly focusing on larger schools that many students from my public high school were interested in. Despite the fact […]

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My Late, Unexpected College Decision

My college search was one of the most thorough things I have ever done in my life—I worked with a professional counselor, visited about 14 schools, read plenty of books that detailed the “500 best colleges in the U.S.,” and bought more college t-shirts that would ever be deemed necessary for the normal human existence. […]

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Top 3 Ways to Get to Know a College

At this point in your college search, you’ve probably browsed different colleges’ websites, maybe checking out the list of majors, pictures of the happy students, and a few of the main statistics. In the midst of all the information and pictures, it can be harder to get to the root of the college, to discern What […]

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