Scripps College doubled down on its promise of a fall 2021 “campus experience” in an email to students Thursday.
Scripps College will celebrate the class of 2021 virtually this May, followed by an in-person celebration mid-2022.
Scripps College will become the first Claremont College to offer a Native American/Indigenous Studies minor.
Scripps College reached its fundraising goal of $10 million this February for the Presidential Scholarship Initiative, a project started in 2017 by President Lara Tiedens to financially assist the college’s lowest-income students. The goal was to eliminate student loans for students from families with an annual income below $60,000 and
The 5Cs are working on various renovations — many relating to COVID-19 safety — while students are off-campus.
Amy Marcus-Newhall, current Scripps College vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty, will act as the college’s interim president.
The 6C Interim Title IX Policy was revised in late January in an effort to comply with an order mandated under the Trump administration.
New county health guidance issued Feb. 22 would permit the Claremont Colleges to resume some in-person and on-campus activities.
Scripps College will remain online through the spring semester, the college announced in an email to students Monday.
The 5Cs announced the official spring semester calendar with the addition of a week-long spring break in an email from the Academic Deans Committee to 5C students Dec. 11.