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Making Grove City home

Home, Sweet Home at Grove City

            When you eat, sleep, work, and spend most of your time in one place, it becomes like home to you. Whether it’s being able to walk around in your bare feet, or decorating a space that’s all yours, we all have different ways to make a place “home” to us. Living with 3,000 other […]


Exploring Cultural Differences: The Story of an International Student at Grove City

            Experiencing a new culture for the first time can be overwhelming, especially as a student. Exploring cultural differences is something valued and respected at Grove City College.  There are many international students who attend here, each with an interesting story about how they found Grove City, Pennsylvania out of all the places in the […]

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Alumni Insights: Electrical Engineering After College

Graduating college is a huge honor and accomplishment that deserves recognition and celebration. Our alumni are some of our greatest resources for career advice, handling student life, and encouraging those still currently completing their undergraduate degree. Recent graduate of the class of 2016, Abigail Liff is an alumna of the Electrical Engineering program and was willing […]

Mechanical engineering professor Dr. Erik Bardy

Scuba Diving, Swing Dancing, and Mechanical Engineering: An Interview with Dr. Erik Bardy Stereotypically on our beloved campus, it seems that the engineers just live in the Hoyt Engineering building and do homework all day. However, you could just as easily find them on the roof of the Hall of Arts and Letters, in secret tunnels underneath the Student Union, or even exploring the streets of Paris, […]

Commuters at Grove City College

Commuter Life at GCC: Pro’s and Con’s

            Dorm life is definitely not for everyone. Living off campus can be an option that some people prefer over living in the dorms. At Grove City College, students are allowed to commute if they live close by with their parents or guardians, or if they are married. With nearly 2,500 students attending, only about […]

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