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Grinnell College offers 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students the opportunity to live in campus houses. House groups may be single sex, co-ed, or gender inclusive; rooms are gender inclusive. Students living in campus houses may review their meal plan options by visiting the Dining Services web page.
Please read through all of the event hosting guidelines before fully completing the Alcohol Agreement application below. Alcohol agreements must be completed by 5pm on the Friday one full week prior to the event.
Upon receiving a completed Alcohol Agreement application, the event staff designated below will be sent an email outlining the terms and responsibilties of the position. Each event staff member (hosts, servers and wristbanders) must reply to this email individually and confirming that they agree to the terms it contains, before event approval is granted.
In addition to providing students safe, comfortable living spaces, the residence halls at Grinnell College foster a sense of community, and provide a living and learning environment which complements their academic experience. Within these halls, Grinnellians learn to practice self-governance and incorporate the philosophy in their daily lives. Student volunteers fill the roles of Student Advisers, Hall Social Coordinators and Hall Wellness Coordinators, and are charged with building community and serving as a resource for their residents.
In order to host approved events at Grinnell you must complete the following steps.
Consult the campus Alcohol and Event Hosting Policies.
Ensure that all hosts and servers for the event receive Event Hosting Certification. Training sessions are offered several times throughout the semester and the certification lasts for three years.