Live Well Grinnell serves students, faculty, and staff through multidimensional wellness programming. This includes activity classes such as spinning and yoga, preventative interventions such as flu shots, credit courses such as “The Off Campus Kitchen”, fitness center orientations, and alcohol and other drug education. The Hall Wellness Coordinators (HWCs), peer educators and resources, also are part of the wellness program. Live Well Grinnell provides a wellness reimbursement program and a biennial blood-screening for faculty and staff.
Your safety and the security of all on-campus property and programs is the focus of Grinnell’s Office of Campus Safety and Security. The security staff complements Grinnell’s philosophy of self-governance and personal responsibility by working with students, faculty members, and others to prevent safety issues and provide a safe campus environment in which to live, learn, and work.
Issue: Spring 2007
Author: Elizabeth Bologna ’08
“There’s nothing to do!” It’s the mantra of young adults everywhere, the perennial complaint of high schoolers and college kids alike. It was something I was worried about when I was thinking of coming to Grinnell. It’s a small college in a small town … what if I was bored every weekend? What if the only thing there was to do was drink? I didn’t like the idea of that.