Grove City College Approves 2% Tuition Hike
GROVE CITY, Pa. – The Grove City College board of trustees has approved a 2% tuition increase for the 2021-22 academic year, the college’s lowest increase in three decades.
The per semester tuition rate is $9,655, along with room and board of $5,340.
“These charges are intended to strike a wise balance between the pursuit of excellence in academic and campus life programs and our determination to be one of America’s best values in private higher education,” said President Paul J. McNulty in a statement. “Grove City College will continue to be an extraordinary opportunity in high-quality education. In fact, tuition will remain about half the cost of the national average across all four-year private nonprofit institutions.”
Last year, Grove City College was named to College Raptor’s national list of “Hidden Gems with Tuition under $25K” and remains one of the lease expensive private schools in Pennsylvania.
Grove City College does not accept any federal funding, including student loans and grants. Tuition reflects the actual cost of education and need- and merit-based aid is available.
Published by The Business Journal, Youngstown, Ohio.