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94 percent of grads find a job
Posted on February 24th
Even in a down economy, Grove City College graduates boasted a 94 percent placement rate in jobs or graduate school within the first six months of graduation. The results, validated by a 95 percent response rate among recent graduates, point to the quality of the education Grove City College students enjoy and is a testament to the dedicated work of the College’s Career Services Office.
“We are very proud of our students,” said Dr. Jim Thrasher, ’80, director of Career Services and associate professor of biblical and religious studies and humanities. “Many of our students are competing against experienced candidates; our students are very well prepared.”
Grove City Offers Two New Minors
In further fulfilling their commitment to a rigorous education, Grove City College will now offer minors in classical studies and classical Christian education.
While students relaxed over the winter break, the work on the college’s new building continued unabated: the frames have gradually gone up and the buildings are beginning to take shape. That being said, the question still remains, when will students be able to enjoy the new facilities?
Protests rock Asia
While the events of the Arab Spring have monopolized much of the popular news coverage, similar events occurring in the Far East deserve attention. After years of totalitarian rule across East and South East Asia, authoritarian governments seem to be lightening their holds upon their populations and, in many cases, it’s not of their own volition.
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