Anyone interested in having their understanding of their career field and Christian faith fostered, while not compromising broad academic rigor.
Someone that is a dedicated and hard-working student that is willing to work hard and study long hours in order to succeed. However, one must be open and outgoing because everyone is very helpful and friendly. People attending this school should not be afraid to profess thier love of their religion or any of their other beliefs for other students at this school will not judge them. Overall, as long as someone is willing to put in hard work for good grades, this is the school for them.
The type of person that should attend Grove City College is someone who is determined and hardworking. This isn't the type of school that is known for its parties, but rather for providing an exceptional environment for students desiring to focus on their studies, both academically and spiritually.
A person that is driven, dedicated, and loves God.
Grove City College students often call themselves "Gr-over achievers." We are 100% dedicated to our schoolwork- the library, student center, and dorm lobbies are packed even on the weekends with students writing papers and studying! We are also incredibly dedicated to our campus activities (everything from intramural volleyball to sign language club ), helping our classmates succeed, volunteering in the college community, and praising God for how awesome He is. Although we may only get five hours of sleep a night because of everything we are involved in, we always have a smile on our face!
The type of person that should attend Grove City College, is a person that has big goals for their future. The person should be well rounded. They should be pretty smart, involved in the community and during school years (especially high school), and have an understanding of who they are.
Christian, conservative. Someone who is willing to put up with rules and restrictions. Someone who does not want to be treated like an adult.
People who are very focused, intelligent and hard-working, and who want to have a positive impact on their community and environment.
A very studious person who doesn't mind working really hard and not having much of a social life. A person who doesn't mind a small town atmosphere.
a hard working, enthusiastic learner who wants to go somewhere with their life and enjoys the learning process along the way
A self-motivated, good student. Very intelligent and interested in excellence no matter what the cost. Christian or conservative.
Academically focused, conservative, Christian
A bright, conservative Christian kid would feel right at home on this campus. A typical grover is hard-working, very intelligent, a little socially awkward, and loves a good Bible study to top off a hard week. Drinkers will not find a lot of people to go out with, so either don't apply, or find some people with cars so you can get off campus. Most of the people here are stone cold sober and would rather watch movies or play apples to apples during intervis.
A conservative Christian who wants to be challenged academically and enjoys having fun doing many different activities. They should be friendly and physically active. They should dress modestly and stylishly, and not be too trendy. They should enjoy going to church and helping others.
Students who attend this school ought to be a very community focuse individual. This is a small school in which students and professors are able to deeply invest in one another. Those attending this school should also have a passion for learning due to the high academic standards that Grove City holds. Finally, students attending this school should have a passion to live a full and rewarding life. Grove City is a place where you can grow athletically, artistically, musically, etc.
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