Editor’s note: A version of this article first appeared at “I Am Not the Standard.” 300 miles. The only thing standing between me and my admissions counselor. As my parents and I made the five-hour trek out to Western Pennsylvania … Continue reading
On Saturday, May 20, Grove City College was honored to welcome Vice President Mike Pence as the 2017 commencement speaker. The large crowd of nearly 5,000 people gave Vice President Pence three standing ovations during his address. After his speech, … Continue reading
Each academic year The Center for Vision & Values awards stipends to 12 talented students to serve as student fellows. Six students serve as research fellows while the other six serve as marketing fellows helping the Center to market its … Continue reading
David M. Lascell, the lawyer who argued Grove City College’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court Case, died unexpectedly on Friday at age 74. Lascell was a gentleman, superb lawyer, witty, winsome, and just plain likable. He was a Trustee Emeritus and … Continue reading
Editor’s note: This article first appeared in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. The Department of Education has released its “College Scorecard,” a searchable college-affordability database that President Obama described as containing “reliable data on every institution of higher education.” Unfortunately, that simply … Continue reading
Do you know an exceptional high school student? A student who may be interested in a tremendous scholarship opportunity? The Trustee Scholarship Program at Grove City College provides our highest performing students with a rich academic experience rooted in scholarly … Continue reading
Dr. William P. Anderson, Provost and Vice-President for Academic Affairs at Grove City College, speaks at the Center’s 2009 conference on “Faith, Freedom and Higher Education: A Vision for the Soul of the American University.”
George Marsden, Francis A. McAnaney Professor of History at the University of Notre Dame, speaks at the 2009 annual conference.