Local environmental groups work together in the newly-formed Coalition for Environmental Activists.
Interested in sustainability at Grinnell? Two students are making it easier to find ways to make a difference.
International students follow decades of tradition, both at home and at the College, to offer this year’s ISO Food Bazaar.
Facilities Management is responsible for the following projects and services throughout the Grinnell College campus:
The mission of Facilities Management is to provide and maintain physical facilities which meet the current and future needs of the Grinnell College community, in support of the overall mission of the College. Facilities Management supervises all construction projects; provides maintenance and custodial services on all facilities and oversees the campus heating, cooling, water and electrical systems; provides environmental and safety compliance; and also manages rental property, carpool, keys, and grounds, including set-ups.
Facilities Management is responsible for construction, operation and maintenance of the campus and college-owned properties. This includes custodial services for all academic buildings and student housing as well as heating and cooling, electricity, grounds, carpool and keys.
The mission of Facilities Management is to provide and maintain physical facilities which meet the current as well as future needs of the Grinnell College community, in support of the overall mission of the College.
Grinnell College's heating plant provides warmth to more than 60 buildings on campus, including 19 residence halls. Until 2002, this served as both the heating and cooling plant for the College. The cooling function was moved, and the heating expanded to add capacity for the Joe Rosenfield Campus Center and East Campus residence halls.