Grinnell College is a private liberal arts college founded in Iowa in 1846. Grinnell is known for his academic rigor, creative pedagogy, and contribution to social justice. It has the sixth-highest proportion of endowments and students among universities offering liberal arts and science programs in the U.S. The school offers programs in more than 42 fields of study; it is located in Iowa with a North, South, and East Campus. Popular main branches are psychology, chemistry, biology, linguistics, economics, applied science, technology, French, Spanish, Russian, political science, policy studies, neuroscience, peace and conflict studies, and more.