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Comprehensive Fee Payment Plan

Tuition Payment Plan

Grinnell College understands that sometimes you need some help managing your tuition bill.  That's why we offer the Grinnell College tuition payment plan administered by Sallie Mae®.  Payment plans are convenient, manageable payment solutions that give you the option to pay tuition in interest-free monthly installments, rather than one lump sum.  Tuition payment plans offer:

Holiday Schedule

 

2013-2014

 

 

OFFICIAL HOLIDAY             DATE OF HOLIDAY                   DAY OFF

 

Independence Day                      Thursday, July 4                    Thursday, July 4, 2013

Labor Day                                  Monday, September 2            Monday, September 2, 2013

Thanksgiving Day                      Thursday, November 28        Thursday, November 28, 2013

Day after Thanksgiving              Friday, November 29             Friday, November 29, 2013

Unemployment

Unemployment Compensation Insurance The state of Iowa's unemployment compensation law requires that all employees are provided with unemployment compensation insurance coverage.

For additional questions about these benefits, please contact the Office of Human Resources at 269-4818.  Questions via email may be directed to any of the following staff members:

Stacy Koehler, Associate Director of Human Resources (koehlers[at]grinnell[dot]edu)

Retirement

Retirement Program

  • Investment accounts provided through TIAA-CREF. 
  • Grinnell College contributes 10% of employee's annual salary/wage.
  • Eligibility to participate is in the month following one year of employment or the first plan entry date if previously fully vested in an employer sponsored retirement plan. Employee must work at least 1000 hours per year to receive this benefit.

Jobs

Employment

  • Student jobs on campus are funded by Grinnell College and the Federal Government. Grinnell offers jobs first to students with demonstrated financial need, however, many jobs are available on campus for students without demonstrated financial need. Students who work eight or nine hours a week can expect to earn about $2,200 during the academic year.

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