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Grinnell College
Grinnell, United States- Iowa



   

University description (as per official university website)

Founded: 1846

- Type: Private, coed, residential, liberal arts

- Location: Grinnell, Iowa (population 9,100); on or near Interstate 80, U.S. Highways 6 and 63, State Highway 146; one hour from airports at Des Moines and Cedar Rapids

- Contact: 1121 Park St., Grinnell, Iowa 50112-1690; phone 641-269-4000; < www.grinnell.edu>

- Degree Conferred: Bachelor of Arts

- Enrollment: Approximately 1,600 students, generally from all states and about 50 countries

- Distinguished Programs: Center for Prairie Studies, Center for the Humanities, Center for International Studies, Noun Program in Women's Studies, Peace Studies Program, Rosenfield Public Affairs Program, Donald L. Wilson Program in Enterprise and Leadership

Programs of Study

ART STUDIES
Art/Art Studies

COMPUTER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
Computer Science

DRAMA AND PERFORMING ARTS
Drama and Dramatics/Theatre Arts

LIBERAL ARTS Anthropology
Chinese Language and Literature
Classics/Classical Languages, Lit & Linguistics
Economics
English Language and Literature
French Language and Literature
German Language and Literature
History
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
Political Science and Government
Russian Language and Literature
Sociology
Spanish Language and Literature

MATHEMATICS
Mathematics

MUSIC
Music

RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Philosophy
Religion/Religious Studies

SCIENCE
Biochemistry
Biology/Biological Sciences
Chemistry
Physics

THERAPY AND COUNSELING
Psychology

Types of Financial Aid Available to International Students

1) Grants: Admitted international students who demonstrate financial need are eligible for financial assistance. Financial need is assessed by the Office of Student Financial Aid based on the information you and your family accurately and truthfully submit on the International Student Application for Financial Aid.

2) International Merit Scholarships: Annually, a few admitted international applicants, who demonstrate exceptional scholastic abilities and leadership skills, are awarded Merit Scholarships. An applicant does not need to apply for financial aid or demonstrate financial need to be eligible for Merit Scholarships. Scholarship amounts vary. No additional applications, forms or essays are required to be eligible for Merit Scholarships.

3) Special Scholarships: Grinnell offers a limited number of extremely competitive comprehensive scholarships that will pay for the costs associated with attending Grinnell College (comprehensive fee of tuition, room, board, and fees, plus costs to cover insurance, books, and miscellaneous expenses) that the student and the student's family are unable to cover. These scholarships are reserved for students who are either a citizen of a country listed below, or a citizen of a country in the regions listed below:

Africa
Eastern and Central Europe (including those regions of the former Soviet Union)
Latin America
Middle East and Asia
Nepal
People's Republic of China
Regardless of citizenship:

Native Speaker of Russian (available every other year, will be offered again for 2009)
All of the above scholarships are renewable for three additional years of the student's studies at Grinnell College.

4) Employment: On-campus employment is available to students. Under the United States Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS) regulations, international students are permitted to work on campus (not to exceed more than 20 hours a week). During the academic year, a student can earn approximately $2,200 by working an average of 9 hours a week. We discourage students from working more than 9 hours a week because of the demanding course load at Grinnell College. Off campus employment is more difficult to obtain for international students due to immigration regulations restricting employment for non-US citizens.

5) Loans: The College does offer some loans to international students. However, to be eli



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