Amidst the stories of glamorous romances in foreign countries and life-changing adventures, Klara Jacobs PZ ’24 gives a realistic take on what studying abroad looks like for a 5C student, especially for one on financial aid.
At the beginning of the 2023-2024 academic year, Pomona College was ranked the fourth best private college for financial aid by the Princeton Review. Pomona joined the ranks of Vassar College, Princeton University, Yale University, Vanderbilt University and 15 other schools that made headlines earlier this year for their generous
On Monday, Aug. 28, Scripps College President Amy Marcus-Newhall announced in an email to the community that the Schuler Initiative will no longer be donating $15 million to the college it had previously promised, due to the state of the financial market. Scripps announced the grant last September, accompanied by
Due-ing the most. Despite the highest financial commitment of any club sport at the 5Cs, through financial aid and external funding, the Claremont Cougars are hoping to shed lacrosse’s image of exclusivity.
Many BIPOC and first-generation students lack the proper resources to acclimate to college culture — and Pitzer is no help, writes Daniel Bonilla PZ ‘25.
Pomona College’s decision to implement a compulsory Ultimate Meal Plan for all students living on campus last year has received mixed responses from students, including a petition this semester calling for the administration to make the meal plan optional. The adoption of the Ultimate Meal Plan was announced April 21,
In an era of rising college costs, Scripps College announced Sept.14 that it had been selected to receive a $15 million grant from the Schuler Education Foundation (SEF), which will be matched by donors over the next decade to bolster the college’s financial aid efforts. Scripps is one of five
A pending bill would increase the amount of state aid available to California-residing 5C students, but it may not change the overall aid available.
When 306 of this year’s first-year applicants to Claremont McKenna College opened their admissions letters on March 24, they got the good news they were hoping for — and even more. But the joy from a $10,000 annual scholarship wouldn’t last long.
Similarities between the 1968 and 2020 Pitzer College Black Student Union’s addresses are testament to the lack of development in support for Black students, argues Luciénne Reyes PZ ’24.