The undergraduate Claremont Colleges canceled in-person classes after spring break and are asking students to move out early.
Harvey Mudd College is canceling its admitted students programming in April in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
Claremont Colleges administrators are stepping up preparations for coronavirus, including plans for if classes must be cancelled.
After the ‘Varsity Blues’ college admissions scandal, Pomona and CMC have added new checks in their admissions processes for athletes.
A group of Harvey Mudd College students pranked Caltech by overtaking its Seeley W. Mudd Laboratory of the Geological Sciences building with Mudd-themed balloons, posters and banners, all announcing a faux new “Harvey Mudd College Pasadena Campus.”
As violent clashes between police and protesters in Hong Kong shifted to college campuses, most 5C students studying there were evacuated.
Harvey Mudd College mentors — older students who live in dorms with first years to support them and plan events — are now required to report to administrators any incidents of sexual assault and suicidal ideation about which they’re told, officials said.
Relationships between students and faculty/staff at Pomona College are currently permitted under certain conditions. But they may not be come 2020, as the school plans to review and possibly change the policy.
The Claremont-Mudd-Scripps athletic department and its associated schools concluded that behavior by members of the CMS swim and dive team justified “mandatory educational programming,” Claremont McKenna College told TSL on Thursday, concluding an investigation into reported actions that may have violated athletic department values.
With 893 students currently enrolled, Harvey Mudd College is well ahead of its target for expanding the student body, resulting in concerns over how the level of growth is affecting students, according to a report released in January 2019.