Citing California’s coronavirus case spike, some of the Claremont Colleges have delayed official return plans for fall 2020.
Claremont McKenna College will announce its final decision on whether students will return to campus as late as July 24.
While some Pomona professors wish to return to face-to-face instruction provided safety precautions are taken, many have already decided they won’t be teaching in person come fall semester, even if students return to campus. In interviews with TSL, faculty expressed concerns about bringing students back to campus, job security and potential furloughs.
Harvey Mudd is planning drastic changes for students’ possible return to campus this fall, including barring other 5C students from taking its classes in person.
Students and faculty across the Claremont Colleges are donating personal protective equipment to health care workers and medical facilities.
With classes online, some students who live abroad have had to choose between preserving their sleep schedules or engaging with their classmates.
Minerva boasts a stripped-down college experience — no sports teams, gym, library, dining hall or even classrooms — just residence halls in seven locations throughout the world.
Construction of the new 70,000-square foot Scripps Pitzer Science Center, which is expected to be completed by spring 2023, is set to begin later this spring.
Members of the 5Cs’ boards of trustees have donated more than $7.3 million to political candidates and committees since 2015, a TSL analysis of Federal Election Commission data found.
Pomona College’s student affairs committee revised the school’s unregistered party policy at the end of the spring semester, to clarify chronic areas of confusion and discord among actual policy, training by the Office of Housing and Residence Life, implementation by resident advisors and student perceptions.