In “Deciding on a Major,” Evan discussed things to consider when determining what you want to study in college. He talked about your passions, your skills, and the career in which you might be interested. This post, as the name implies, is about how to evaluate the quality of the programs you are considering. However, […]
Archive | August, 2015
Movies, Carnivals, Dances, Olympics and Skits can only mean one thing: GCC WELCOME WEEK 2015!
Something exhilarating is happening on campus over the next two weeks! Our students are returning to campus for their fall sports training camps and marching band practices then everyone else for fall semester classes. It is an exciting time of year for all faculty and staff here at Grove City College because it means that […]
7 Tips to Mastering the Admissions Interview
You’ve picked your top schools, researched what you’d like to study and are starting the visit process…and you see that an *interview* is highly recommended for some of your top schools . . An INTERVIEW? . . You just want to go to college! You’re not interested in a full time job yet, so what’s […]
Welcome Back to School!!
It’s that time of year again! Break out your pens, notebooks, backpacks, and pocket protectors because the first day of class is almost upon us. This will be your “last first day” as a high school student so make it a memorable one. Here, the Admissions Counselors have reflected on our most memorable first day […]
Sticker Shock Survival Suggestions
What is financial aid? This is a question that took me a long time to answer! When I was a junior and senior in high school, the phrase “financial aid” sounded like a foreign language. So what is it referring to exactly? Simply put, financial aid is money that can be used to pay for […]
Defining Grover Terms
Grover– What is a Grover? A “Grover” isn’t simply a student who attends or attended Grove City College. Oh no, my friend. The term Grover is something you simultaneously want and don’t want to be called. With fellow students the term Grover is usually used in tandem with rolling eyes to describe a person with […]