Students pursuing a liberal arts education are urged to follow their true academic interest and are encouraged to explore interesting and exciting careers. Grinnell College provides resources and guidance to assist all students in their pursuit of career readiness. A liberal arts education develops skills in reasoning logically, communication, both in the spoken and written word, and thinking critically. A liberal arts education provides Grinnell students the opportunity to examine curriculum across disciplines to find their academic niche. This breadth and depth of curricular expansion provides an opportunity to explore many career choices. Grinnell College sets the foundation for career choice. Resources abound to assist students in preparing for their future. Collaborative work with the faculty and the Career Development Office prepares students for their success and assists in career assessment, exploration, and decision-making. The Career Development Office works closely with its alumni to provide pre-professional development experiences for students, as well as internships and on-campus visits by professionals in a variety of fields and off-campus interviewing events. What follows is a summary of areas conducive to a Grinnell College education.
Why a Liberal Arts Education?
- College Catalog
- Education in the Liberal Arts
- Academic Program
- Expenses and Financial Aid
- Alumni Association
- Presidents of Grinnell College
- College Profile