Joseph F. Wall '41 Scholarship

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.