Almost half of the 2020 senior class at Claremont McKenna College has taken part in the CMC Impact Program, an initiative launched to support graduating seniors affected by COVID-19’s impact on the job market. The post-graduate program provides stipends to support proposed projects from members of the Class of 2020
Pomona College and Pitzer College suspended study abroad for fall 2020 but have yet to make a final decision on spring study abroad. However, Scripps College and Claremont McKenna College will not prevent students from studying abroad in spring 2021 and will instead evaluate situations in particular countries on a case-by-case basis to determine if students can study abroad.
After the killing of George Floyd earlier this year ignited protests around the country against police brutality, issues of racial inequality and justice have taken the forefront of conversations across communities and institutions. Read about the Claremont Colleges’ recently implemented racial justice initiatives.
Claremont’s K-12 schools will begin the fall online amid a spike of coronavirus cases in Los Angeles County.
After announcing a plan to return to campus, Harvey Mudd administrators elaborated on campus will look like in a webinar Thursday.
Harvey Mudd College plans to return to campus this fall in a hybrid format, pending approval from health officials as the coronavirus pandemic worsens in California.
Seniors at the Claremont Colleges are adjusting to the news that their final semester on campus has been brought to an end.
43 Harvey Mudd students are studying abroad this semester – the most in the college’s history.
Pitzer Student Senate recently announced spring election results, with turnout slightly down from last year’s mid-semester elections.
As the coronavirus issue escalates in China, some 5C students were forced to make changes to their planned study abroad experiences.