Joseph F. Wall '41 Scholarship

The Joseph F. Wall '41 Scholarship was established in 1983 by the Class of 1958 in honor of Joseph F. Wall '41, a graduate of Grinnell, Professor Emeritus of History, Dean of the College, and the first director of the college's Rosenfield Public Affairs program. The scholarship is restricted to second-semester juniors who have established outstanding academic records and made a significant contribution to the college community. The amount of the award is dependent on the individual student's financial need. In a typical year, around five students are selected for this honor, with scholarship amounts ranging from $500 to several thousand dollars. In 2013-14, the committee will allocate approximately $17,400 to Wall Scholarship recipients.

For more information, please visit the Office of Social Commitment or contact Doug Cutchins, Director of Social Commitment.