Pomona College will open applications in January for students wishing to return to campus in spring pending Los Angeles County approval.
Claremont McKenna College will offer its international students a residence hall away from Claremont this spring, announcing a new spring residential program in London to international students.
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.
Claremont McKenna College will not reopen its campus for the start of the spring semester but will try to return students mid-semester if conditions and Los Angeles County guidance allow, President Hiram Chodosh wrote in an email to students Wednesday.
Pitzer is offering an optional “3+1” enrollment option for spring 2021 dean of faculty Allen Omoto announced in an email Tuesday.
Scripps College will start the spring semester online due to worsening coronavirus pandemic conditions in Los Angeles County, reinstate the traditional week-long spring break and try to bring students back in March, President Lara Tiedens announced via email Tuesday.
Pomona College will start the semester with remote learning, president G. Gabrielle Starr announced Friday, citing county restrictions.
None of the Claremont Colleges will bring students back to campus at the start of the spring 2021 semester, Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver announced at a Pitzer College Council meeting.
Pitzer College President Melvin Oliver said it is “extremely unlikely” county officials will let students return to campus for the spring semester in an email to students Tuesday.
Scripps College released details of its plan to return students to campus in the spring in an email to students Monday.