Capital gifts provide support for the College's infrastructure. These investments in Grinnell, known as "bricks and mortar" gifts, provide facilities which are commensurate to the excellent liberal arts education for which Grinnell is known. These projects are fundamental for the long-term sustainability of the College as a top-tier liberal arts school, both in enrollment and retention.
Donor supported capital projects in recent years include:
- Robert Noyce '49 Science Center Phase II
- Joe Rosenfield '25 Campus Center
- Cowles Apartment Renovation
- East Campus Residence Halls
Capital gifts create a lasting impact on future Grinnell students, and on the College itself. To learn more about making a capital gift, contact Grinnell College gift officers. Gift officers will help you determine which gift option is best for you.