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| This school is amazing. If you feel your heart being led to spend 4 years here growing in God, and fellowshipping with fellow Christians this is the school for you. The academics are challenging, vigorous, and well worth every thing you can get out of it and put into it. The campus itself is gorgeous, beautiful, and comfortable. |
|Aug 09 2012|| 1st Year Female --
Class 2016 |
| I really do enjoy living at Grove City College. The students are friendly and I have really grown in my faith. I am very involved with Greek life and I participated in multiple IM sports. The professors are very approachable and they help you actually learn the material. You do have to study, even if you did not study in high school. Do not expect to get an easy A. However, this is what I had hoped for in a college. It will prepare you for a future career or grad school. |
|Feb 27 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2014 |
For the most part, I have had a great experience at the Grove. I love the professors in the Political Science department, and have enjoyed most of the other ones I have encountered as well. |
1.)The Poli Sci profs are very well connected in D.C. circles.
2.) The academics are challenging, and for the most part, very useful.
3.) The campus is downright gorgeous, except for when it rains (which, unfortunately, is a common occurrence).
4.) Many of the students are friendly, genuine people.
5.) The Career Services Department is top of the line.
6.) There are a ton of groups to be a part of on campus.
1.) There is absolutely nothing to do in the town of Grove City.
2.) Campus Safety is unnecessarily intrusive and power hungry. The campus is safe, but that is not the result of the work they do.
3.) There is a certain level of legalism that seems to be a defining feature of the school.
4.) The food is mediocre, and seems to be getting worse.
5.) The Library is the second-creepiest place on campus, behind... the Campus Safety lair in the basement of Crawford! 6.) The school seems to pride itself on its absurdly bureaucratic method of administration (for instance, not being able to pay for new computer parts in the TLC).
|Feb 27 2012|| 3rd Year Male --
Class 2013 |