At this time, we are going to pause on sending additional invitations to study and live on campus for the second fall term (F2), scheduled to begin Oct. 22. We will remain paused until we can better understand the repercussions of these rapidly changing circumstances and new public health guidance.
The time that most of our students—and students across the country—will spend on campuses this year will be unusual, but we are planning new avenues for social connectedness and engagement for and between students who are on campus and those enrolled online.
The United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency recently announced major changes to the Student and Exchange Visitor Program that could severely limit the opportunities of international students to enroll in U.S. colleges and universities. We stand with our students in opposing these changes.
Acting President Anne Harris thanks Grinnell College community members for coming together in new ways to advance educational excellence and serve the common good under some of the most challenging circumstances many have ever experienced.
President Kington shares his reflections of his time at Grinnell and expresses appreciation for the trust, support, and graciousness that have been given from Trustees, faculty, staff, alumni, community members, and most of all our students and their families.
Grinnell athletic teams will not compete against other colleges during the first fall term.