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Nov 29 2014Accounting
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I grew to enjoy my time at Grove City. So Grove City is a Christian school so you will definitely have a strong Christian element. However, as a Christian school, there are still a wide variety of views on many things.

I became a Christian as a teenager and was heavily influenced by Washer, Piper, Ravenhill, etc. and I still love those guys more than ever. However, here is what I learned at Grove City. There are a lot of people that may disagree with you on many things. Some may find sexual humor to be appropriate, others might not mind bad lyrics in a song, etc. What you have to understand, and what I grew to understand, is that sure some of these people may not be Christian or born again, but some of them might be Christian and are ignorant to the truth of the Scriptures. Remember the Apostle Paul had to instruct the early Christians to abstain from fornication (something that would be a no-brainer in our culture). So from my experience, I would say I got exposed to the American Church at large, but had to humbly learn what to accept and what to reject.

So I grew a lot in my time there. But I think honestly for a devoted Christian who likes to have innocent fun this school is ideal. I am in graduate school now and I do not think there is a better school out there for undergrad.

Faculty is top notch. Studying and work is hard. Huge pick-up sports scene. Town is pretty boring. Cafeteria food is good. In conclusion, I loved my time at Grove City College and I think it is very ideal for the devoted Christian who wants to grow in his/her faith, study, and have innocent fun. Good luck :)!

5th Year Male -- Class 2014
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Campus Aesthetics: A+, Surrounding City: C
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Aug 20 2013Biology
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One of the best aspects of the college is the faculty. Faculty are excellent and are accessible and approachable. Even years after graduating, faculty remember you and are willing to lend a hand or celebrate your accomplishments.

Being a small school tends to limit diversity in the student body, but students are friendly and approachable.The school offers rigorous and competitive academics. The school is a Christian-based, private institution. Your openness to this should be considered when deciding whether or not to attend the school.

4th Year Male -- Class 2001
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Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B
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Aug 09 2012Education
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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.
1st Year Female -- Class 2016
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Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: A-
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