Grinnell College welcomes participants in Iowa Private College Week.
New Students – Don’t Forget…
Answers to many of your questions can be found online. You can complete tasks as well.
Log in and:
- View your award
- Accept or decline loans and work-study
- Make sure you are not missing any forms
New students: log in at https://wa3.grinnell.edu/WAPRFA/WebAdvisor
Returning students: log in using https://pioneerweb.grinnell.edu
Priority Deadline November 1
Attention: the steps below are required to apply for Grinnell College funded financial aid. If you wish to only apply for federally funded financial aid, such as the Federal Pell Grant, Federal Work-study, and the Federal Direct Student Loan, you only need to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
"Grinnell put us together. This is the meeting place." — Serbian Kristina Duric '13
Grinnell College’s Office of Admission is staffed with a team of road warriors — admission counselors who crisscross the nation (and the world!) in the fall. We want to meet you, whether at your high school, a college fair, or when we conduct off-campus interviews. The glamour of room service cheeseburgers, missed flights, and broken-down rental cars aside, meeting prospective students is something we love to do. A conversation is also one of the best ways for you to learn about Grinnell.
We’re sure that there are some students who love and look forward to writing the college essay, and a massive “HOORAY!” to all of you. That said, we imagine that for many of you, it’s a process that involves at least a little agony and procrastination. It’s hard. It’s hard to write a brief, concise essay that says a bit about who you are and what is important to you. We can’t make it easier to sit down and do the work, but we can tell you this: