Recent Alumnus 2013-05-03T15:22:02Z
Grinnell is great with helping you to find intern and externships. In my junior year I found one near my home in chicago and grinnell funded it! The internship was unpaid and required 10 weeks and fulltime to be funded.
College Sophomore 2013-03-04T21:06:37Z
The application process is fairly easy, but Grinnell is different in that you don't declare until your second year. This is so you can explore and get a good sense of what you want to do. There is a great variety of possible majors that you can choose from. After you declare, you choose your academic adviser within the discipline of your major and they help you get choose the classes that will get you to your major while also earning a balanced liberal arts degree.
College Sophomore 2013-01-17T23:33:51Z
Great variety of majors, double majoring is common and easy. Creating your own major is an option as well.
College Junior 2012-01-11T03:16:59Z
You do not have to do anything special like applying for a major. You must pick a faculty adviser and then you are set.
College Junior 2011-11-16T23:13:47Z
French and Theatre Programs – We are a small school and thus there are small programs. The French program is amazing. The professors, especially Moisan, Ireland, and Magermans, are phenomenal and very successful at their jobs. They will go out of their way to make sure that you're doing well, and if you don't get placed in a certain French class, they'll just add you to the student list anyway. They really want you to succeed! Theatre is great here. We have three main facilities: Flanagan, a black box, Roberts, a traditional 500-seat stage, and the Wall, a small studio theatre with seating for about 40 or 50. I encourage ANYONE to take introduction to acting; it has changed my perspective on the world so much! Quintero and Thomas are my favorite professors, but they're all great.
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