The Chaplain's Office offers assistance to anyone looking for places for worship, for involvement in religious student groups, and spiritual or renewal opportunities in and around Grinnell. Our goal is help students find resources for worship, prayer or renewal in whatever tradition they currently practice as well as assist them in exploring traditions and opportunities for beginning a faith or spiritual journey. Let us know how we can help you get connected.
A Tradition of Leadership
Josiah Bushnell Grinnell was a congressman, a minister, the founder of Grinnell College and a radical. On the April 23, 2013 Talk of Iowa radio show, Charity Nebbe talked with a group of students at Grinnell College, who spent the semester exploring the life and beliefs of JB Grinnell. She talked with them about what they uncovered on the life, works, and legacy of a complicated man.
Micki Behounek: Access Services Manager. Micki has a B.A. in Business Education from Buena Vista University and an M.A. from the University of Iowa in Library and Information Science. Micki has fifteen years of library experience as a High School/Middle School Teacher Librarian for South Tama County High School. Before working in education, Micki worked in sales and banking.
Grinnellians are helping Grinnellians get enough sleep.
President Kington's commitment to prevention of sexual misconduct and substance abuse required an examination and plan to improve how the college community prevents incidents of sexual misconduct alongside a review of how we respond to allegations and acts of sexual misconduct. To address the first, President Kington appointed a Task Force on Safety, Responsibility, and Prevention whose main purpose is to propose a concrete program for our campus to prevent sexual misconduct, alcohol abuse, and violence, all of which have been found to be tightly related.
Be a Student Security Aide
1. You have the right to receive consultation and treatment in a timely fashion which is commensurate with your symptoms.
Your corresponding responsibility is to be proactive about contacting Student Health and Counseling Services (SHACS) when you start to feel badly, rather than waiting until your need is urgent. You are also responsible for either attending or cancelling your scheduled appointments here.
SHACS Online is an electronic record system which allows you to manage your health forms and some of your appointments at SHACS. It also automatically generates email reminders of your upcoming appointments at SHACS.
Please visit SHACS Online to: