All-Campus Milestone presentation
March 6 and 7
Noon, Harris Center Cinema
Why the change?
Faculty, staff, and students want an easy-to-navigate, central source of information they need to do their jobs, finish a degree program, or enjoy campus activities.
The Office of Communications is working to streamline and improve email communications. The goal is to develop an internal communications tool that delivers campus news and events in an organized, easy-to-navigate newsletter.
How often will Campus Memo be distributed?
Domestic Aid Applicants: Income documentation, such as 2013 federal tax returns and W-2 forms, should be mailed to the College Board’s IDOC Service by April 15, 2014. After you complete the CSS PROFILE, instructions will be provided both in an email and on the PROFILE Acknowledgement screen. A link is provided to a required Cover Sheet. This Cover Sheet must be included with the documents submitted to the College Board. Please complete it carefully. Wait until you have all required documents and submit them together in one pac
It’s time to begin the financial aid application process for the 2014-15 academic year. The process to apply for financial aid has changed. Click Apply for Aid for more detailed instructions. To review required documents, including those you may have already submitted, click the “Required Documents” link on the “Services” tab of Pioneer Web.
Faculty vote in favor of Open Access resolution, expanding access to their forthcoming scholarly articles.
Our PowerPoint Presentation for Prospective Volunteers provides helpful information for anyone who is considering applying to volunteer with the program. We hold our volunteer meeting for students early in the semester, so it is best to contact us as early as possible if you want to volunteer. Not everyone is guaranteed a spot because of space limitations.
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The Liberal Arts in Prison Program is funded almost entirely by private donations and grants. Your gift provides liberal arts education to incarcerated students and fosters Grinnell's commitment to social justice. All donations are tax-deductable.
The 2014 BCS Championship may be the last of its kind, before it changes into a new format in the following years.
Tournament of Roses Executive Director William Flinn will talk about this and other information regarding the 2014 Vizio BCS National Championship game during the Pasadena Quarterbacks luncheon on Friday, November 1 at 11:30 a.m.
“The reality is we are doing the last BCS National Championship Game in its current format, and in 2015 it’s all going to change,” Flinn said.
Grinnell senior Morgan Kinsinger ’14 has dealt with much more than your typical bumps and bruises.