History

Andrew Carnegie, industrialist and philanthropist, made much of his fortune in the American steel industry. It was Carnegie’s lifelong belief that great men had an obligation to give back to their communities. The man who loved to read gave away the vast majority of his fortune before his death. He concentrated his giving on education, offering a way for people to help themselves through learning.

In addition to supporting institutions of higher education, Carnegie set out to build more than 2,500 free libraries, including Carnegie Hall on what is now Grove City College’s lower campus. Over the past 100 years, the building has taken the appearance of a music hall, gymnasium and location for ROTC functions. Today, Carnegie Hall, now the Carnegie Alumni Center, houses the College’s alumni relations, communications and marketing and development offices.

Frequently Visited Pages

Contact Development

Contact us with questions about giving and development.

Stay in touch!

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Give Today!

Support the amazing work of our students and faculty by giving online.

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Grove City Matters

Grove City matters, now, more than ever.  Learn more

Jack Kennedy Memorial Alumni Achievement and Distinguished Service Awards

Awarded annually, recipients are chosen by a committee of the Alumni Council. Nominate someone today!

Alumni Directory

Find friends from your college days, or make new alumni connections today.

Carnegie Alumni Center

Visiting campus?  Stop by the Carnegie Alumni Center. We'd love to see you!

Relive the memories!

Watch the Homecoming 2014 Recap Video, and save the date: September 25 - 27, 2015.

Contact Info

100 Campus Drive
Grove City, PA 16127

P. 724-458-2000
Alumni and College Relations Office
100 Campus Drive
Grove City, PA  16127

P. 888-GCC-GRAD (422-4723) or 724-458-2300
F. 724-458-3334
E. alumni@gcc.edu