Contact UsStudent Services
Location: Building 517, Room 111
Phone: (909) 607-0389
Fax: (909) 607-8086
Email: student_services[at symbol]kgi.edu
The Claremont University Consortium (CUC) started in 1925 as "The Claremont Colleges." Seven educational institutions now constitute The Claremont Colleges: Pomona College, founded in 1887; Claremont Graduate University, 1925; Scripps College, 1926: Claremont McKenna College, 1946; Harvey Mudd College, 1955; Pitzer College, 1963; and the Keck Graduate Institute of Applied Life Sciences, 1997.
These institutions benefit from an unparalleled level of cooperation in terms of support services, and share a variety of student support services provided by CUC including the Claremont Colleges Library, Health Service, Monsour Counseling Center, an interfaith office of chaplains, and a central bookstore. Institutional support is also cooperatively provided in such areas as campus security, financial and human resource services, telecommunications, risk management, real estate, and physical plant maintenance. This level of cooperation is unmatched by any of the nearly 100 college consortia in existence throughout the country.
Black Student Affairs
Black Student Affairs (OBSA) works to help students of African descent attain their undergraduate and graduate degrees, and become competent, ethical adults, who are confident about their futures. The department has a special interest and responsibility in helping students strengthen their cultural understanding and their social and emotional development. Services they provide:
- Give academic support
- Promote leadership development
- Organize cultural programming
- Encourage inspiration through opportunities for social interaction
The Chaplains of The Claremont Colleges empower and enhance spiritual life at The Claremont Colleges by integrating intellectual and spiritual growth, guiding questions about values, life choices and ethics; nurturing religious faith, building community, and training future leaders for service. Jewish, Catholic, Protestant, Muslim, Zen Meditation, Latter-Day Saints, Christian Science communities, and other on-campus religious and spiritual groups meet at McAlister Center for worship services and programs overseen by the Chaplains. more
Chicano Latino Student Affairs
Chicano Latino Student Affairs (CLSA) provides support programs and services that enhance the academic success and personal development of Chicano/Latino students at the Claremont Colleges. CLSA offers academic support, personal guidance, cultural development and leadership opportunities designed to promote social awareness. The program establishes a strong foundation that enriches cultural identify and develops a sense of familia within the college consortium. more
Claremont Colleges Library
The Library is partners with The Claremont Colleges in learning, teaching, and research. The Honnold/Mudd Library, located at 800 Dartmouth Avenue, across the street from Huntley Bookstore, holds collections in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. The CUC Records Center, located at 2038 W. 11th Street in Upland, houses most of the paper journals and a small percentage of books from the library collections. more
This program, an alternative to a traditional credit card, is available to students of all The Claremont Colleges. Students use their college ID card in the same manner as a traditional debit card. Claremont Cash is accepted at all dining halls, restaurants and convenience stores on campus as well as The Huntley Bookstore, Student Health Services, Honnold-Mudd Library (for both copying and paying fines), and in select vending machines. Many merchants in town accept Claremont Cash.
Students and/or parents may add discretionary funds to an account accessed with the student’s ID card. Deposits can be made by cash, check or credit card at the Claremont Card Center; by check or credit card online; or by credit card via phone at (909) 607-2273 (909-607-CARD). more
Huntley Bookstore was established in 1969, as a central service of The Claremont Colleges. It is located at the corner of Eighth Street and Dartmouth Avenue. In addition to selling textbooks and other material required for classes, the bookstore has a selection of general reading titles as well as a variety of office supplies, gifts, school merchandise, sundries, and snack foods. more
Health Education Outreach
Health Education Outreach (HEO) is dedicated to empowering students to make intentional healthy lifestyle choices. We strive to create a supportive environment that nourishes all dimensions of personal health and well-being for students of the Claremont Colleges. At HEO, we provide relevant and appropriate health and wellness support and resources, to help students play an active role in achieving, protecting, and sustaining their health and wellness. more
Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS) is committed to promoting psychological wellness for all students served by the Claremont University Consortium. more
Queer Resource Center
The Queer Resource Center is dedicated to providing education, advocacy, and support for the diverse lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, and ally (LGBTQQIAA) community at the Claremont Colleges. The QRC does this through:
- Providing a Safe Space
- Providing a visible, comfortable, and accessible center for the LGBTQQIAA community of the Claremont College to congregate, study, and explore issues of identity.
- Responding quickly and effectively to hate crimes and biased-related incidents.
- Creating inclusive policies and an inclusive environment for the transgender community.
- Collaborating with all entities of the Claremont Colleges in order to create an inclusive, safe, and nurturing environment for the LGBTQQIAA community through policy development, programs, and intellectual endeavors.
- Quality Programming.
- Consistently offering high-quality, educational, social, and social justice orientated programming which reflects the diversity within the LGBTQQIAA community.
- Building and maintaining strong coalitions with on-campus student organizations, faculty, staff, and alumni at The Claremont Colleges.
- Encouraging Personal Growth.
- Empowering individuals to be proactive, responsible, and respected LGBTQQIA student leaders.
- Supporting members of LGBTQQIAA community to grow holistically; creating a healthy and balanced community. more