Campus News

Marc Reed has served in these roles in an interim capacity since September 2022.

Roepke re-joined Grinnell California Lutheran University, where she served as the director of athletics.

Alumni trips will return with an Oct. 18-29, 2024, exploration of the intersection of social justice and the Olympic movement throughout history.

This fall, Grinnell announced the launch of the new Department of African Diaspora Studies (ADS).

Andrew Graham was awarded a prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for $237,317.

This fall’s incoming first-year class comes from 40 different states and 34 countries, and once again comprises a multicultural majority,

A Message from President Anne F. Harris

Vice President of Development and Alumni Relations Bernadine Douglas has a wealth of experience and expertise in all areas of leadership.

JC Lopez brings extensive experience in higher education administration to Grinnell.

A Message from President Anne F. Harris
Three hundred and ninety-nine students representing 41 states and 19 countries were awarded degrees in 27 different majors and 15 concentrations.

Liz Rodrigues will pursue a Mellon New Directions Fellowship, supported by a grant of $220,000 awarded by the Mellon Foundation.