The Marketplace Dining Hall and The Spencer Grill, both located in the Joe Rosenfield ’25 Center, provide for the campus’ dining and nutritional needs. The award-winning Marketplace offers a diverse menu to students and campus community members and guests, while The Grill serves a variety of beverages, fresh bakery, and other snacks and made-to-order items.
Grinnell College promotes the full inclusion of individuals with disabilities as part of our commitment to creating a diverse, multicultural campus community. It is the policy of Grinnell to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and all other applicable federal and state laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of disability. The College provides reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities upon request.
Grinnell’s Service Learning and Civic Engagement Program is an outgrowth of the college’s long history of social responsibility, reflecting our belief that quality civic engagement addresses the common good while providing transformational experiential learning. This program encourages you to participate more actively in your education while making a difference in the community. You’ll enhance your overall sense of wellbeing and civic purpose, deepen your understanding of classroom learning, and develop transferrable professional skills.
The answers to these questions will be used to frame the discussion at the September 19, 2011 faculty meeting.
Did you participate in the Day of Service through activities in your own area?
Please share what you did so we can count it as part of Grinnell’s Inaugural Day of Service. To do so, you can: