SHACS is pleased to announce that A.J. Williams will be joining our team in July as psychologist and training coordinator. A.J. comes to Grinnell from Oregon State University. A.J.’s experience in an APA-approved training site like OSU will be a great boon for us as we design and launch a pre-doctoral psychology internship program. In addition, the expertise and diversity she brings to our staff will serve our students tremendously.
You can apply for off-campus living if:
- You will be a third- or fourth-year student on campus in the fall (not studying abroad or taking a leave of absence during the Fall 2014 term).
- You meet one of the automatic approval requirements (see the Grinnell College Residency Policy and Off-Campus Residency Policy).
Pre-Health: Courses | Department
Students interested in preparing for medical school or another health profession may select any major offered at Grinnell College while completing the required pre-health courses. Grinnell College does not offer a specific pre-health or pre-med major.
Faculty assist in providing guidance to students interested in medical school (or one of the other health professions) through the Health Professions Advisory Committee (HPAC).
Departmental Advising & Registration Suggestions
Faculty members from each academic department have provided these suggestions as starting points. Suggestions include what courses to take and in which order, with an eye towards leaving open the possibility of majoring in that discipline.
Internship Guidelines Students at Grinnell College may participate in a range of internship opportunities both during the academic year and in the summer. Summer internships are available throughout the world with options for variable credit and funding for first-, second- and third-year students. Fourth-year students may only apply for academic year internships. Many summer internships receive Grinnell College funding through one of three categories: GRINNELLLINK (internships arranged by Grinnell College Alumni) and Grant or Endowed Programs.
Helping Seniors With the Transition Out of Grinnell