At Grinnell, we have a saying that, "A student-athlete is a student than an athlete." We are a D-III institution, which means while we, you know put our entire selves into our sport, we do it because we love it. We make sure to prioritize academics here and sometimes if you just need a break, that's totally cool. We want you to be here because you want to be here. We have over 20 varsity sports at Grinnell and we also have clubs that compete like Ultimate Frisbee club, water polo club. At Grinnell, it's definitely a community of athletes so you're not separated by sport as much. But being around people inside of the Bear, which is our athletic facility, you get to meet these people. You get to understand their sports. You know, you come out and support their games. And it's really truly a community of athletes together. The facilities are top-notch. They are like some of the best in the country, I feel like. And that's really an advantage to us being a D-III school. We have a Olympic-sized pool. We have an indoor fieldhouse, which hosts our like indoor track events and tennis as well. We also have a basketball court that hosts our basketball games and volleyball games. And then there's a tunnel that connects the Natatorium to the basketball side, so that's really cool how it's all connected together.