Diversity and Inclusion
Free public events will feature prominent speakers on race and social justice.
Malcolm London joins Grinnellians to talk about events in Ferguson and share his poetry.
Pride Week features: award-winning Russian film, keynote from a prominent voice in the trans community, and the drag show.
Internationally recognized human rights activist Richard Lapchick talks about the power of sport to address socioeconomic diversity.
If you were the first in your family to attend college, please consider joining us at our Annual First-Generation Student Dessert Reception at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 10, 2014 in JRC 209. The goal of this annual event is to connect first-generation college students with faculty and staff members from similar backgrounds.
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Students at Grinnell come from every state and more than 60 countries. As is true for our faculty and staff, students bring varied geographic, ethnic, racial, religious, and socioeconomic experiences to Grinnell—but their common traits far outweigh their differences. Grinnellians are passionate, with intense intellectual curiosity and a lively interest in the world and each other. Together, we form an incredibly close-knit community. Grinnell’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion celebrates and supports our diversity.