Several faculty at the Claremont Colleges canceled or postponed their classes on Sept. 8 and 9 as part of a nationwide movement to bring attention to issues of racial injustice, police violence and systemic racism in the U.S.
Citing California’s coronavirus case spike, some of the Claremont Colleges have delayed official return plans for fall 2020.
Decisions are likely to come in July. Dining halls would become 1C. Here’s what we know so far about the 5Cs’ plans for the fall.
When directives to clear the campuses, cancel events and suspend most on-site activity were issued in March, many 5C students scattered for home or alternate residences. But departing students left behind a vastly different landscape for the handful of their classmates that remained at the colleges.
In an exclusive interview with TSL, Pomona College President G. Gabrielle Starr talked about grading and fall plans amid coronavirus.
Claremont Colleges students’ and employees’ Social Security numbers were stored on an outdated server with a “critical vulnerability.”
Claremont McKenna College students will have until May 26 to request credit/no credit grades, after final grades are released May 22.
5C classes will take place through the video conferencing platform Zoom, and continue to utilize Sakai, following spring break.
The 5Cs are sending students home and moving classes online, and many students have been left wondering about housing and financial issues.
From March 2 to March 6, librarians at the Claremont Colleges Library celebrated Open Education Week in order to promote one way to avoid resorting to expensive textbooks or internet piracy: Open Educational Resources.