Grinnell College proudly offers its students and faculty myriad educational opportunities. From scholarships to symposia, endowment gifts support a range of academic programs. When you endow a scholarship, internship, fellowship, professorship, academic program or chair, you give others the financial means to pursue their intellectual goals.
There are two types of endowment gifts:
- The College uses unrestricted endowment funds for programs, scholarships, and fellowships as the College's prorities identify them. These gifts are flexible and transform into support for a wide variety of programs, at the moment needed.
- You may designate your gift for use within a specific program, or to create or fund a scholarship of your choosing.
Endowment gifts are a meaningful way to stimulate the intellectual life of the College. To learn more about making an endowment gift, contact Grinnell College gift officers. Gift officers will help you determine which gift option is best for you.