Paying for college is a big investment, and we are here to help you plan for it. You can find the cost to attend Grinnell below.
Grinnell meets 100% of each student’s demonstrated need with student employment, grants, and scholarships. We recommend that prospective students who intend to apply for need-based financial aid use our net price calculators to estimate their need-based aid eligibility.
When determining eligibility for assistance, we use estimates for the following expenses:
- Books and supplies: $900
- Personal expenses: $1,100
- Travel expenses:
- up to $700 mainland U.S.
- $1,100 AK, HI, and international
The fall semester bill includes a charge for student health insurance. The premium for 2022–23 is $1,870. If covered under a different plan while enrolled, you may request a waiver online. Additional details are sent with the fall semester bill.