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
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.
Grinnell, Iowa -- Houston Dougharty, vice president for student affairs at Grinnell College, was honored earlier this month at the regional meeting of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators.
The organization recognized Dougharty for Outstanding Performance as a Senior Student Affairs Officer, an honor that is presented to an individual who has excelled as a dean in the student affairs profession.
Academic Year 13-14
Professor Gregg-Jolly will be on leave in 2013-14. Professor P. Jacobson will be on leave spring 2014.
We are very proud of our alumni! Our majors go on to work in architecture, arts management, community service, development, education, law, and museums and galleries—or physics, computer science, and economics. Those pursuing advanced degrees in art history have a brilliant track record. In recent years our alumni have been (or are) graduate students at the most prestigious academic institutions (UC Berkeley, Bryn Mawr, the Courtauld, Duke, Penn, Stanford, UCLA, Williams, and Yale, to name a few).
Whether you are a student looking to connect to the community in a meaningful way, a faculty member wanting to add a service component to one of your courses, or staff member interested in a new project, the Service Learning and Civic Engagement Program can assist you in connecting with local organizations. Susan Sanning, Assistant Director of Service Learning and Engagement, is happy to talk with you and help you explore opportunities that match your individual interests, needs, and strengths.