As 2020 election results continued to pour in early Thursday morning, Claremont Colleges students anxiously awaited the outcome of the close race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joseph Biden.
Harvey Mudd College will allow approximately 574 of its 821 students to live on campus in the spring if the college reopens, officials announced last month.
In a series of COVID-19 budget cuts, the Claremont Colleges have reduced Honnold Mudd Library’s budget by 23.5 percent, according to an email sent
Harvey Mudd student-athletes face a tough decision with regards to their athletic participation in spring sports.
In response to the news that spring 2021 would bring another compressed semester, students reacted with a mixture of anger, stress and confusion.
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.
Pomona College, Claremont McKenna College and Harvey Mudd College all had federal student loan default rates of 0 percent in the federal fiscal year 2017, while Pitzer College had the highest of the 5CS, according to newly released data from the Department of Education.
The 5C student body presidents have called on college administrators to revise the spring 2021 academic calendar, expressing concern that the semester could negatively affect student and faculty mental and physical health.
Harvey Mudd College will announce by Jan. 11 whether students will be allowed back on campus, according to an email to students Tuesday. The college also released guidelines for students, faculty and staff to follow if they are permitted to return.
The Claremont Colleges announced that spring semester will start one week later and replace spring break with three one-day breaks.