2019-20 Student Handbook 
    
    Sep 16, 2019  
2019-20 Student Handbook

Student Resources


The following resources are available to students on the Pitzer College campus. For information on resources available to Pitzer students at The Claremont Colleges see 5-College Campus Resources.

Pitzer Campus Resources

Art Galleries

www.pitzer.edu/galleries | Nichols Gallery, Broad Center and Lenzner Family Gallery, Atherton Hall | 909-607-8797

The Pitzer College Art Galleries’ mandate is Education and Advocacy through the Pitzer College core values ­­­-­ social responsibility, intercultural understanding, interdisciplinary learning, student engagement, and environmental sustainability. By following these precepts, Pitzer College Art Galleries engage and interrogate contemporary and historical issues of importance to expand our audiences’ understanding and contribution to our artistic, intellectual, and social culture.

Audio Visual Services - A/V

www.pitzer.edu/information-technology/services/av/ | McConnell Center 100 | 909-607-2638

Audio Visual Services provides technical in-class support to the Pitzer academic community. Open Monday through Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. and closed on weekends.

Calendars

Career Services

www.pitzer.edu/career-services | Scott Hall 126 | 909-621-8519 

The Office of Career Services offers a comprehensive array of services, resources, and programs addressing career-related issues. Students should visit Career Services to work on mapping out a career plan for internships, jobs, graduate school, fellowships, gap-year and more that will lead to a rewarding start to post-graduate life.

Career Services is open Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. during the academic year and during the summer months. One-on-one appointments may be scheduled with a career adviser through Handshake, and daily walk-in hours are available for brief meetings.

Center for Asian Pacific American Students (CAPAS)

www.pitzer.edu/capas | Mead Hall 123 | 909-607-9816

CAPAS aims to promote awareness about issues facing the Asian Pacific Islander Desi American (APIDA) community and seeks to enrich and develop social, intellectual and personal growth in our students by providing APIDA resources in a welcoming and supportive environment.

CAPAS provides a variety of resources to promote and enhance academic, cultural, social and political experiences for students. The center offers an APIDA Resource Library, bike share program, community engagement opportunities, computer stations, programming (academic, cultural, political and social), scholarships, internships and job opportunities. CAPAS is dedicated to diversity by involving all members of the community in its programs and activities.

Clubs and Organizations

www.pitzer.edu/student-senate | Mead Hall 123 | 909-607-9816

5C Student Organizations

Many student organizations are organized across The Claremont Colleges and welcome the participation of Pitzer students. The most current list of organizations and information about who to contact is available at the ASPC Office at Pomona College’s Smith Campus Center or at www.pomona.edu/life-at-pomona/clubs.

Community Engagement Center (CEC)

www.pitzer.edu/cec/ | Scott Hall | 909-607-8183  

The Community Engagement Center (CEC) supports research and education that contributes to the understanding of critical community issues and enhances the resources of community organizations. CEC oversees community-based research projects and encourages experiential pedagogy through partnerships with sites focused on issues such as immigration, homelessness, juvenile detention and literacy. CEC offers student summer internships, senior-year awards and post-graduate fellowships to assist student and faculty engagement in the community.

Dean of Faculty Office

www.pitzer.edu/dean-of-faculty/ | Scott Hall 115 and 108 | 909-621-8217

The Office of the Dean of Faculty oversees all matters related to the curriculum and instruction. Students are expected to discuss problems or concerns related to a course or a grade with the faculty member teaching the course. If the problem persists, the Dean of Faculty can assist in discussing and mediating a resolution.

Dining and Catering 

Cooking in individual rooms is in violation of health and fire codes and is strictly prohibited. For more information, visit Meal Plans & Claremont Cash on the Pitzer website.

Bon Appetit (Catering)
https://pitzer.catertrax.com/ | McConnell Center | 909-607-2794

Pitzer’s catering services are run by Bon Appetit which offers exceptional food, professional service, creative presentation and genuine value. The extensive catering menu includes regional and ethnic specialties and a wide assortment of vegetarian and vegan fare. Whether you are planning an afternoon coffee break, a rustic barbecue, or a black-tie gala, Bon Appetit has something for every taste and budget. Students can also utilize Pack-Outs (for groups of 10 or more) which are ideal for study groups, sports games, clubs and other group activities. The Grove House also provides catering options. For more information, email ghkitchen@pitzer.edu. More information on the Grove House is also below.

Grove House
www.pitzer.edu/student-life/grove-house/ | 909-607-3654

The Grove House is a California craftsman-style bungalow student center located on-campus where one can be a part of the space by hanging out and playing one of a variety of board games, studying in one of the many nooks in the house, or having a jam session with one of the musical instruments available to anyone. The Grove House Committee comprised of students and staff that meets weekly to ensure the provision of community-building events. The Grove house is also home of one of our student-operated restaurants (with the oversight of a full-time Pitzer staff member). Students can stop by for breakfast and lunch that includes vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free items, and refreshments and fresh baked goods are made daily.

McConnell Bistro
https://pitzer.cafebonappetit.com/ | McConnell Center | 909-607-2788

A spacious self-service dining hall is located on the first floor of McConnell Center where most students in residence eat. Brunch and dinner are served on weekends.

Pit-Stop Café
www.pitzer.edu/student-life/pit-stop-cafe/ | Scott Courtyard

The Pit-Stop Café is located in Bernard Hall facing the Scott Courtyard. The café serves coffee, espresso drinks, gourmet sandwiches, wraps, salads, fruit cups, juice and freshly baked pastries. Wireless Internet access is available and cash, Claremont Cash, debit cards and Flex Dollars are accepted.

Shakedown Café
www.pitzer.edu/shakedown/ | Gold Student Center

The Shakedown Café is a student-founded and managed restaurant and community space serving delicious, locally sourced meals that are both environmentally and socially sustainable in a venue of art, music and creative energy.

Duplicating Services

www.pitzer.edu/duplicating | Bernard 111 | 909-621-8461 | fax: 909-621-8839 

Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. unless posted otherwise on the door. Duplicating provides a variety of services for faculty, staff and students. WE DO NOT PROVIDE BOOK OR NOTEBOOK COPY SERVICES. This can be done at the Lucian Marquis Library (coin operated). Purchase change in Duplicating Services.

Emergency Preparedness

www.pitzer.edu/emergency

Pitzer College, along with The Claremont Colleges, has an extensive emergency preparedness plan in place that includes emergency response, search and rescue, building inspections and more. For more information, please contact Jamie Jorgenson at jamie_jorgenson@pitzer.edu.

Fellowships and Scholarships

www.pitzer.edu/fellowships/ | Fletcher 204 | 909-607-9108

The Office of Fellowships and Scholarships provides knowledgeable advisers to assist candidates through the selection and application process for scholarships, grants and fellowships. Candidates select from a range of national and international undergraduate and graduate opportunities.

Financial Aid 

www.pitzer.edu/financial-aid | McConnell 320 | 909-621-8208

The Office of Financial Aid administers grants, loans and college work-study jobs and can help students interpret their bill, decode a letter from loan servicers, or provide a fee waiver for graduate school applications. Emergency loans for up to $100 are available on a short-term basis. Individual financial aid counseling is available by appointment.

Gold Student  Center (GSC)

www.pitzer.edu/student-life/gold-student-center | 909-607-7492

The Peter and Gloria Gold Student Health and Wellness Center aims to aid in the holistic development of students through Involvement in campus life. It houses the College’s gym, it features a yoga studio and a Pilates studio, a pool and the Shakedown Café. It is the main meeting space for several of the college’s clubs and student organizations, including the Student Activities office and the Latinx Student Union in the Dolores Huerta Room.

Green Bike Program (GBP)

www.pitzer.edu/student-life/green-bike-program | Pitzer Service Road

The Green Bike Program (GBP)  provides Pitzer students with free loaner bikes, encouraging eco-friendly transportation around the Claremont Colleges. The GBP is also a repair shop and charges only for the price of parts; labor is free. All students, staff and faculty can bring their bikes to the shop for repairs.

Information Technology

www.pitzer.edu/information-technology/ | Scott Hall Basement 

Help Desk | Bernard Computer Lab 909-607-3065 | help@pitzer.edu

Please refer to General College Policies /Computer and Network Policies and Procedures for all the rules and regulations of computer and network use at Pitzer.  

Wireless internet access is available throughout all the Claremont Colleges and can be accessed with your Pitzer credentials. There are limited wired connections in the residence halls which are available upon request only.

The Office of Information Technology is available to students for limited technical support. IT can diagnose and repair minor computer issues; however, if there is physical damage or complex issues, IT will refer the student to an outside vendor.

The computer lab in Bernard Hall 103 has a combination of iMacs and Dell PCs. The computer lab is staffed during the day only but is available 24 hours a day with ID Card access. The lab has an array of Microsoft Office and Adobe products as well as campus-wide academic software. Students are given $15 a semester’s-worth of print credit which they can use to print on printers throughout the residential halls and in the computer lab. Black and white printing is automatically deducted from their account at $0.05/page. Color printing is available only in the computer lab by asking a lab consultant worker at the main desk and is $0.25/page. Specialty printing (such as posters, stickers, etc.) can be done at the Duplicating Office, but they accept only cash, not print credit. If a student runs out of semester credit, they can pay for more with cash, check or Claremont Cash. Additional credit may be given to seniors for thesis printing if approved by their thesis adviser.

International Programs

www.pitzer.edu/study-abroad/international-students/ | West Hall Q100 | 909-621-8308

Located with the Office of Study Abroad, the International Programs Office provides matriculated international students and visiting international exchange students with a wide range of services including cultural and academic support as well as assistance with visas and related immigration issues. The Office also supports the International Scholars academic program and houses the International Student Adviser (ISA). 

Jumpstart

www.pitzer.edu/jumpstart/ | Atherton 415-417 | 909-607-9290

Jumpstart is a national non-profit working toward the day every child enters school prepared to succeed. Through Jumpstart, college students work in teams in local preschools serving low-income neighborhoods. Through our focus on school success, family involvement and developing future teachers, Jumpstart works to create a nurturing environment where children can thrive, and advocates for equality in access to high-quality education.

Keck Science

The W.M. Keck Science Department is the interdisciplinary home to all biology, chemistry, and physics faculty for Pitzer and Scripps colleges. The department is administered cooperatively and is housed within an 81,000-square-foot center located at the intersection of the two colleges. The department offers 13 discrete degree options, including dual-degree programs in partnership with schools of engineering and majors in conjunction with disciplines outside the sciences. The W.M. Keck Science Department provides comprehensive, interdisciplinary instruction in small class settings and numerous opportunities for students to conduct research.

For more information please contact the Office of the Dean of Faculty at 909-621-8218.

Lost and Found

Lost items may be claimed in the following locations: Facilities/McConnell Center Basement, the Campus Safety Office, and the Office of Student Affairs. Items not claimed within thirty days may be disposed of.

Lucian Marquis Library and Reading Room

Mead Hall | 909-607-4311

For the convenience of students who wish to use a quiet, on-campus study room with basic reference materials, a browsing library and study room have been established in Mead Hall near the main entry. Reserve materials also are available.

Mail Center

www.pitzer.edu/mail-center | Atherton Hall | 909-607-3827

Service counter hours: Monday-Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Closed on weekends and holidays. Mailboxes are accessible 24 hours a day.

When you first come to Pitzer, you will be assigned a mailbox that remains the same unless you take a leave of absence or study abroad. In those cases, you will be assigned a new mailbox when you return. The Mail Center has pick-ups for USPS, FedEx and UPS for your pre-paid packages. To send a package, go online to the service you will be using and pay and print an air bill. Then bring it to the Mail Center and staff will arrange for a pick-up. If you receive a package, you may pick it up during service counter hours. Your current student ID is required for mail and parcel pick up; you are not permitted to pick up another student’s mail. There is also an Amazon locker (“Lizzie”) located in the Holden parking lot just east of McConnell Center.

New Resources Student (NRS) Lounge

Located in Mead Hall, the lounge provides a place for our NRS students to study or relax. The lounge is equipped with a campus-networked computer, printer, small refrigerator, lockers, and comfortable furniture. NRS students can get their ID card’s coded for access into the building by visiting Facilities in the basement of McConnell Center.

Pitzer Academic Support Services (PASS)

www.pitzer.edu/student-life/academic-support-services/ | Scott Hall 120 | 909-607-0213

The primary mission of Pitzer College’s Academic Support Services (PASS) is to assist students in achieving academic success. PASS is committed to collaborating with Pitzer’s diverse community to ensure that all aspects of campus life- learning, working, and living are accessible to all students. PASS provides resources, training, programming, collaboration, and direct services to facilitate academic success, create inclusive environments, and achieve access and equity.

PASS seeks to:Provide appropriate accommodations and support services to ensure access, inclusive environments, and academic success.

  • Provide appropriate accommodations and support services to ensure access, inclusive environments, and academic success.
  • Serve as a resource for students who need information, additional assistance, and referrals during their time at Pitzer.
  • Assist the institution in interpreting federal and state legislation mandating appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities.

PASS provides a comprehensive amount of support services including academic coaching, tutoring, academic and housing accommodations, psychological assessments, crisis intervention, and academic resources to ensure that all students have full access to institutional life and are provided with resources to succeed academically. Visit www.pitzer.edu/student-life/academic-support-services/ to learn how you can access these resources in more detail.

For information on Housing Accommodations, please see General College Policies/Housing Accommodations

Case Manager

Case Management was established at Pitzer College in 2015 and is a part of Pitzer’s Academic Support Services (PASS).  Case management was created to better serve the needs of the community. Case Management is firmly rooted in Pitzer’s core and community values such as community, diversity, action, intercultural understanding, social responsibility and justice. Case Management supports students struggling with academic success, mental or physical health issues, relational and social struggles and other concerns.

Pitzer College Case Management offers:

  • Crises Intervention
  • Referrals
  • Outreach
  • Consultation
  • Resources
  • Advocacy
  • Coordination of Care
  • Hospitalization follow-up services
  • Wellness and Stress Management Workshops

Student Success and Wellness Plan

At Pitzer, we care about the well-being and success of students in and out of the classroom. During times that a student may be struggling with their wellness, The Pitzer Case Management Team may provide a student with a Student Success and Wellness Plan (SSWP) outlining a particular course of action in collaboration with the student.

Depending on the student’s individualized needs and situation, some students may require more intensive options such as short-term care (wellness checks and temporary hospitalization) or long-term care (leave of absence or withdrawal from the College). In most cases, the Pitzer Care team will work with a student and/or the student’s family to arrange a collaborative plan for short-term and long-term care. In certain limited cases, based upon an individualized assessment, a student may be withdrawn from the College involuntarily under the authority of the Dean.

Additional Resources

Student Disability Resource Center

Department of Education Office of Civil Rights

Registrar

www.pitzer.edu/registrar | Fletcher Hall 102 | 909-607-2650

The Office of the Registrar is responsible for maintaining and updating all academic records. The office will serve you in many ways.

  • Academic adviser change
  • Academic policy inquiries
  • Address changes
  • Course changes
  • Course schedule information
  • Degree requirements and graduation procedures
  • Enrollment verification requests
  • Leave of absence and withdrawal requirements and policy
  • Registration of courses
  • Transcript requests both official and unofficial
  • The Registrar’s Office maintains most of the forms necessary to complete relevant academic matters.

Residence Life

www.pitzer.edu/student-life/residence-life/ | East Sanborn Hall C300 | 909-607-3132 

The mission of Residence Life is to Cultivate a Caring Community:

  • Cultivate: Residence Life supports students in their individual development and academic pursuits.
  • Caring: Residence Life prioritizes student safety and well-being.
  • Community: Residence Life fosters an inclusive community where students can meaningfully engage with others.

Pitzer College is committed to the belief that residential life is a transformational component of the educational experience. Residential living offers the opportunity for students of widely varying backgrounds to connect over their academic passions and shared interests. Through opportunities within the residence halls to engage with the community and build interpersonal relationships, students experience individual growth and create lasting memories.

Residence Life employs a variety of student staff members including Resident Assistants and Residence Life Office Assistants. Residence Life also has a team of professional staff members who live in the residence halls, serve on-call, supervise the student staff members, and administer housing, conference services, and dining on-campus.  Your RA and RD are great resources for questions about on-campus life, any issues in the residence halls, and how the housing process works each year.

Visit Residence Life Policies and Procedures for more information.

Contact us at:

  • Associate Dean of Students and Director of Residence Life and Conference Services, Kirsten Carrier: 909-607-3896
  • Assistant Director of Residence Life and Summer Programs, Josh Scacco: 909-607-4119
  • Assistant Director of Residence Life and Housing, Valerie Schiro: 909-607-3132
  • Residence Director of Pitzer, Atherton, and Sanborn Halls: Tasmia Moosani, 909-607-4118
  • Residence Director of Mead Hall: Nick Flores, 909-607-4110
  • Residence Director of West, East, Skandera Halls and Claremont Collegiate Apartments: Priscilla Cobian, 909-607-9971

Residence Life Staff

Deans Full-time professional staff members who oversee a wide array of programs and services for the Office of Student Affairs and are here to assist you throughout your time at Pitzer College.
Faculty-in-Residence (FIR) Selected faculty who live in the residence halls with their families. The FIR program bridges the academic and residence experiences in a seamless living-learning environment by integrating Pitzer faculty members into the Residence experience and facilitating their active participation in student learning. The FIR sponsors a wide range of activities designed to enhance the intellectual, social and civic development of students living on the Pitzer campus. The FIR helps plan and implement educational, recreational, artistic, social and cultural programs while serving as a role model, mentor, adviser, teacher and leader in the residence community.
Assistant Directors of Residence Life for Housing and Conference Services Full-time professional staff members who are responsible for assisting students with their housing and residence life needs. This person coordinates all housing assignments and processes room requests. If you have any housing related questions, be sure to visit East Sanborn Hall, C300 or email housing@pitzer.edu. The Assistant Directors are also on call and respond to immediate campus emergencies.
Resident Assistants (RAs) or Community Assistants (CAs) at CCA Friendly, helpful students who live in the residence halls and who respect and care about the rights and dignity of all people. They challenge and support growth in themselves and others, and strive to create a welcoming, positive living and learning environment for all residents. RAs are chosen for their skills in time management, flexibility, patience, strong ability to communicate, a sense of humor and the enthusiasm for assisting others. They serve as information resources about the residence halls and campus life.
Residence Directors (RDs) Full-time live-in professional staff members. They are responsible for the overall operation of residence halls and supervision of the RAs. RDs are available for individual and group counseling and mediation on personal, academic, and social issues. The RDs are visible and accessible, maintain strong campus presence, serve as advocates for students, respond to campus emergencies and work closely with students and staff to help establish a positive residential community.
Academic Guides Assist incoming students on academic and campus resources, and help guide new students through the academic transition to college. Each Academic Guide is assigned to a group of students from a specific First-Year Seminar, support students through the academic orientation, advising, registration, and the first week of classes.

Room Reservations

www.pitzer.edu/facilities

See the Facilities webpage for details. Requests should be made at least one week in advance.

Student Accounts

www.pitzer.edu/student-accounts | McConnell Center 320 | 909-621-8191

The Office of Student Accounts is responsible for the billing and collection of tuition, fees and incidental charges. Student Accounts processes payments, credits, refunds and charges; generates monthly statements; and assists students and their families in understanding basic aspects of their student account.  Incidental charges and credits originate from departments across the College and The Claremont Colleges, such as parking citations, library fines, student health services charges and student housing fines. For more information about Student Accounts and payment plan options, visit the Student Accounts website.

Student Affairs

www.pitzer.edu/student-life/ | Scott Hall 120 | 909-621-8241

Student Affairs advances Pitzer’s Mission and Core Values by providing student-centered support services, academic support, engaging and diverse co-curricular programs, and wellbeing activities designed to help students thrive.  We are committed to the holistic development of students, challenging students to live with integrity, honor the responsibilities that come with agreeing to be a member of the Pitzer community, and empowering students to be active participants in their own experience. As a residential College, we are committed to the belief that residential life is a transformational component of the educational experience that transcends all facets of student life. Residential living, engagement in Campus Life, community engagement, career exploration and wellbeing activities offer the opportunity for students of widely varying backgrounds to connect over their academic passions, personal or club/organization goals, values, and shared interests. Through opportunities to engage with the community and build interpersonal relationships, students experience individual growth and create lasting memories. As scholars, leaders, and catalysts of change, students will engage in exciting complex and challenging dialogue or experiences related to the construction and deconstruction of knowledge, and our office is a key source for information, advice, coaching, challenging student thinking and actions, wellbeing activities, programs, active support during difficult moments and celebrating the joy in the student journey.

Study Abroad Programs

www.pitzer.edu/study-abroad | West Hall Q101 | 909-621-8104

Study Abroad is an important component of a Pitzer education. Pitzer has designed its own programs that are particularly appropriate for fulfilling Pitzer’s unique graduation guidelines with semester options and summer program options. There are also international and domestic exchange opportunities.

Title IX Coordinator

www.pitzer.edu/title-ix/ | Broad Center 212 | 909-607-2958

Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (Title IX) prohibits sex-based discrimination in educational programs and activities at institutions that receive federal financial funding.  Pitzer College is committed to providing an educational environment free from all forms of discrimination, including sex-based discrimination.  Sexual harassment, which can include sexual violence, is a form of sex/gender discrimination.  Pitzer College provides support and resources to students, faculty, and staff to prevent, stop, and remedy sex-based discrimination in all forms.

Pitzer College encourages all members of our community to report sex discrimination, including sexual harassment and sexual misconduct, to the Title IX Coordinator or Complaint Officers.

Transportation

www.pitzer.edu/transportation/ | 909-607-4321

Pitzer College has mini-vans that may be used in support of the College’s academic program, for administrative purposes and for approved student activities. For more information on Pitzer vans and other transportation options, please visit the website above.

Writing Center

www.pitzer.edu/writing-center | Mead Hall 131 | 909-607-4321

The Writing Center is a free service provided to all Pitzer students. Writing Center Fellows are trained to work with student writers across the disciplines at any stage of the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to developing an effective revision strategy. Tutors include undergraduate students from a variety of academic disciplines. Trained staff members are ready to help with any number of writing projects, including class papers, application essays, resumes, cover letters and personal writing projects such as poems and short stories. The Center also organizes afternoon workshops and master classes that provide advanced instruction in specific writing genres and address some of the most common writing challenges of college students.


5-College Campus Resources

Asian American Resource Center (AARC)

www.pomona.edu/administration/asian-american-resource-center | Smith Campus Center | 909-621-8639

The Asian American Resource Center (AARC), established in 1991, helps Asian Pacific American students develop intellectually, socially, personally, academically and politically. Central to all programs, projects, and events is the value of developing leadership skills among APA students. Working in conjunction with the Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS), the AARC creates opportunities to raise awareness of issues affecting Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. The AARC works in collaboration with other ethnic groups, academic department and campus offices to sponsor a wide range of educational endeavors. By fostering awareness of APA issues at Pomona College, the AARC helps strengthen The Claremont Colleges and the greater community.

Athletics

Club Sports, Intramural & Recreational Sports

www.sagehens.com | Rains Center, Pomona College | 909-621-8420

The Claremont Colleges have two Directors of Intramural, Club and Recreational Sports to assist club sports teams in scheduling fields and facilities for practice and competition. Club sports are those with organized intercollegiate competition but are not NCAA III sports in the SCIAC conference. To be eligible to use a Claremont College field or facility or to receive funding assistance from the associated student governments, all club sports must register with the Director of Intramural, Club and Recreational Sports. Contact the Pitzer-Pomona Director of Intramural, Club and Recreational Sports, Brandon Johnson at 909-621-8420 for more information.

Division III Athletics | The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens

www.sagehens.com  | Rains Center, Pomona College | 909-621-8016

Pitzer College joined forces with Pomona to form Pomona-Pitzer athletics in 1970. Sagehen Athletics serve as one team in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (SCIAC).  Today, Pomona-Pitzer scholar-athletes play on 21 varsity athletic teams in Division III of the NCAA. Athletic teams include men’s and women’s: soccer, basketball, track & field, golf, tennis, water polo, and swimming and diving. This list also includes football, baseball, softball, and women’s lacrosse. Pomona-Pitzer athletes regularly compete for and win SCIAC championships, and both individual athletes and teams have represented the colleges in NCAA national championship competition.

Pitzer students participate in The Claremont Colleges club sports programs that compete nationally. A wide variety of intramural sports are available to all students. For a listing of all the teams and the sports rosters, please visit the official Pomona-Pitzer Athletics Website.

Recreation Facilities and Fields

The Rains Center at Pomona College is a state-of-the-art recreation complex. The facilities are available for use at no charge by Pitzer students by presenting their Pitzer ID card at the door. In addition, the Haldeman and Pendleton pools are available for use by Pitzer students at no charge with their ID card. Ducey Gymnasium at Claremont McKenna College requires a paid membership. There are swimming pools at Pomona, Scripps and Claremont McKenna Colleges. Each pool has its own schedule for open and lap swimming. Call x72905 for more information. Running tracks and fields located at Pomona College and Claremont McKenna College can be used by students. The tennis courts at Pomona College and Claremont McKenna College, some with lighting for night play, are open for Pitzer student use.

Other opportunities for recreation and exercise are offered at classes at Pomona College and at Claremont McKenna College although academic credit is not available for Pitzer students. Some of the offerings include martial arts/self-defense, tennis, golf, swimming, aerobics, and racquetball. Please check the course catalog for current offerings.

ATM Machines

There are two ATM machines at The Claremont Colleges. One is at Smith Campus Center, Pomona College and is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Another ATM is located at the south entrance to the Honnold Cafe inside the Honnold-Mudd Library. The Colleges are also within walking distance of Claremont Village.

Auditoriums and Theaters

Bridges Auditorium
www.pomona.edu/bridges | Pomona College | 909-621-8031

Bridges Auditorium is one of Southern California’s premier college venues for the best in music, theatre and performing arts. The auditorium has seen such artists and personalities as Amelia Earhart, Andres Segovia, Steve Martin, Lily Pons, Fritz Kreisler, Marian Anderson, Admiral Richard E. Byrd, Henry Fonda, Ella Fitzgerald, Martha Graham, Beverly Sills, John Charles Thomas, Muhammad Ali, Benny Goodman, Chuck Mangioni, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Yehudi Menuhin, Eve Curie, Sandra Day O’Connor, Hillary Clinton, President Bill Clinton, James Earl Jones, Dave Chappelle, Carlos Mencia, Lewis Black, Russell Peters and Bono. Great symphony orchestras, distinguished operatic companies and celebrated personalities in the dramatic arts and entertainment fields make a list that defines the best in arts and culture for the better part of the 20th century.

Byron Dick Seaver Theatre
www.pomona.edu/academics/departments/theatre/facilities-locations | Pomona College

A design studio, smart classroom, scene shop, costume shop, recording studio, makeup and dressing rooms, greenroom, offices and a well-stocked theater library complete the Seaver Theatre Complex. Built in 1990, the building received an award of merit in 1995 from the U.S. Institute for Theatre Technology, which noted its handsome courtyard and flexible, non-intimidating teaching spaces, inside and out.

Surrounding a beautifully landscaped courtyard, the award-winning Byron Dick Seaver Theatre Complex houses a 335-seat thrust-proscenium theatre, the 125-seat Virginia Princehouse Allen “black box” theatre, and two performance-ready studio classrooms. The main theatre was designed to enable audience-actor integration with runways, overhead galleries and adaptable caliper stages for flexibility. Performance facilities are equipped with state-of-the-art lighting, sound and projection equipment.

Campus Safety

https://services.claremont.edu/campus-safety |150 East 8th Street | 909-621-8170 (off-campus) | ext. 72000 (On-Campus)

Campus Safety personnel are on duty 24 hours a day year-round to help provide safety and security for our students, faculty and staff.

Campus Safety is staffed by employees who are specifically trained and responsible for a full range of public safety services including crime reports, apprehension and arrest of suspects, enforcement of all federal, state, and local laws, as well as College policies and regulations, responding to suspicious persons and activity calls, medical emergencies, fire emergencies, traffic accidents, parking and traffic enforcement, safety hazards, escort services, and a host of related security services. The department has crime prevention professionals to help provide the community with comprehensive programs promoting the reduction of crime. However, it must be recognized that ultimately each individual is responsible for their own safety and security. In this regard, the following suggestions are made:

  • Report ALL CRIMES and ANY suspicious activity/persons immediately by calling x72000. Prompt reporting may assist in apprehension and prevention of future crimes.
  • Keep your hall/residential or office door(s) locked and do not prop doors.
  • Exercise good judgment when walking alone especially at night.
  • Request escort service when traveling alone on campus at night; contact Campus Safety at x72000.
  • Participate in crime prevention programs.
  • Thieves try to blend in and look like students. An acquaintance is a stranger with a name. Unless someone is willing to take responsibility for friends, friends of friends, relatives and other visitors, you need to lock your valuables when social activity is expected in your room.
  • Secure valuables inside of your room in a locked closet, trunk, chest, etc. (CD’s, jewelry, cash, credit cards, small electronic items and, especially portable computers).
  • Always, always properly secure/lock your bike even if you are only leaving it for a minute!
  • Check the Department of Campus Safety website for detailed information regarding Reporting Emergencies; Who we are and what we do; Parking Information; Crime Prevention Information; Monthly Crime and Incident Reports, Campus Safety Annual Reports, as well as links to other important websites.

Cards and Claremont Cash (TCC Connection)

https://cards.services.claremont.edu/ | Honnold-Mudd Library - South Lobby | 909-607-3969

The TCC Connection provides ID card services for The Claremont Colleges. In addition to ID card services, TCC Connection has copy services, postal services, passport and visa photo services and more. TCC Connection also manages the Claremont Cash program. Claremont Cash can be used to purchase food and non-food items throughout The Claremont Colleges, and may be used at local merchants in and around Claremont. All students, faculty and staff of The Claremont Colleges have a Claremont Cash account established as soon as their ID card is created. Funds may be deposited online or with cash at the Coop Store or the Hub Store, or with cash, check or MasterCard/Visa at TCC Connection. Unused funds will roll over from one year to the next. There are no cash withdrawals permitted until you graduate or leave the Colleges, at which time you can request a refund of unused funds. You can use Claremont Cash at all undergraduate college dining halls, all retail food and on-campus convenience stores as well as the Pitzer laundry rooms, Honnold Café, Huntley Bookstore, Student Health Services, the libraries, and the TCC Connection. More than 20 merchants in the Claremont area also accept Claremont Cash. Please visit the website for more information on the program and to view a complete list of on and off-campus locations that accept Claremont Cash.

Chaplaincy of The Claremont Colleges

https://services.claremont.edu/chaplains/ | McAlister Center, 919 North Columbia Avenue | 909-621-8685

The Claremont Colleges are served by the Interfaith Chaplains who represent, coordinate and direct the programs of the McAlister Center for Religious Activities.

Chaplains serve as confidential emotional healers, spiritual counselors, and provide ethical leadership to religious and non-religious students. A Protestant chaplain, Catholic priest, Imam (Muslim Chaplain) and Rabbi serve full-time. The McAlister Center sponsors a full schedule of worship services and a wide range of events and programs under the sponsorship of the Buddhist, Catholic, Christian Science, Hindu, Interdenominational Christian, Jewish, Latter Day Saints, Muslim and Zen Meditation groups, as well as other on-campus religious and spiritual groups. The chaplains maintain liaison with religious institutions and social service agencies in the surrounding communities and have a Community Service Coordinator who links students to university-wide volunteer activities and local community service organizations.

Chicano/Latino Student Affairs (CLSA)

https://services.claremont.edu/clsa/ | Tranquada Student Services Building 757 College Way | 909-621-8044

Pitzer College strives to help support the holistic success of students and recognizes substance-related concerns can impact student personal and academic success and wellbeing. Pitzer encourages its students to discuss safe alcohol use and/or the issues and problems associated with alcohol abuse, and provides a number of educational and outreach resources, support and programs, in-person training for student leaders and the first-year class, and alternative substance-free programming on campus and in partnership with other Colleges and departments. These include, but are not limited to:

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Education Programs

  • AlcoholEdu: Mandatory online educational course for all incoming students prior to course registration.
  • Alcohol Education Training for Student Leaders: This session consists of a brief review of AlcoholEdu and an introduction to cultural norms and expectations of alcohol, the impact of alcohol on sleep and the science of tolerance. Students learned the science and supporting research behind these concepts and the harm reduction approach to alcohol education.
  • Alcohol Education Training for First-Year Class: This session consists of a brief review of AlcoholEdu and an introduction to cultural norms and expectations of alcohol, the impact of alcohol on sleep and the science of tolerance. Students learned the science and supporting research behind these concepts and the harm reduction approach to alcohol education.
  • Alcohol 101: A 30-minute meeting with HEO that includes a pre-test and instructions for how to conduct the “Pour Me a Drink” program. The student will then facilitate the “Pour Me A Drink”  session on their home campus.  The student then meets with a staff member in Health Education Outreach  (HEO) for an additional hour to discuss the results and complete a post-test.
  • Beyond AlcoholEdu Workshop: Mandatory in-person workshop for all incoming students.
  • Marijuana 101: This is a 1.5-hour educational meeting with a member of the Health Education Outreach (HEO) staff.Good Samaritan Amnesty Policy: Students are always encouraged to seek immediate and appropriate assistance and medical attention in alcohol or other drug-related emergencies. At Pitzer, students care enough about each other, to be a responsible and good bystander by calling for help when needed. Students that experience an alcohol and/or other drug-related hospitalization will not be subject to punitive measures. Students who appropriately and cooperatively assist another student in receiving medical attention will not be subject to disciplinary proceedings for their actions. To support care, well-being and student success, educational and rehabilitative measures and wellness and success planning may be developed in partnership with the students involved. 

Assistance for Alcohol Abuse and/or Drug Use Problems

The Claremont Colleges are committed to education and counseling as the primary focus of their substance abuse programs and will provide confidential professional assistance for any students who want it. Students are urged to seek information and help regarding substance abuse for themselves or their friends. A variety of services, including counseling, educational materials, campus Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous meetings and referrals are available at the following offices:

EmPOWER Center

www.7csupportandprevention.com |1030 Dartmouth Avenue |  909-607-2689

The EmPOWER Center’s mission is to create a culture where all members of The Claremont Colleges respect and look out for each other, and where students impacted by sexual harassment, sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking receive holistic support and care. The Center provides free, confidential advocacy and support to 7C students impacted by any form of sexual harassment, including sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. The Center also works collaboratively with students, staff, faculty, and community partners to build awareness and sensitivity and provide educational programs to the 7Cs community around healthy relationships, sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking. Additionally, confidential counseling is available at EmPOWER Center with counselors provided by Project Sister.

Health Education Outreach (HEO)

https://services.claremont.edu/student-services/ | Tranquada Student Services Building | 757 College Way | 909-607-3602

HEO’s mission is to empower students, staff, and faculty of the Claremont Colleges to make intentional choices about their health and wellness. Our office is mostly staffed by our Peer Health Educators (PHEs), who are undergraduate students from across the Claremont Colleges. Reach out, make an appointment, or stop by to let us know how we can help you be your best self!

Our free services and resources include:

  • Safer sex supplies, including condoms, dental dams, and lube
  • Menstrual supplies and earplugs
  • Confidential peer-facilitated pregnancy testing and Birth Control Education
  • Confidential rapid HIV antibody testing every week
  • Full body massage chair and Relaxation Room
  • Wellness Garden with Headspace meditation app
  • Alcohol and Marijuana 101 coordinated by a Health Educator
  • Health and wellness programs and events

The Hive

https://creativity.claremont.edu/ | 130 East 7th Street (Pomona College)

The purpose of the Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity (the Hive) is to accelerate the creative development of students across the 5Cs. We do that through exploration - by creating a safe space to experiment and play; collaboration - by bringing people with diverse backgrounds and perspectives together to be in the “intellectual muck” together; and experiential learning - thinking by doing. We do all this through a range of activities, both curricular and co-curricular. Our learning activities run the spectrum from short one-hour mini-workshops that give students a taste of a particular topic area to class activities that allow students to interact with outside partners on real-world challenges. Check out the Hive webpage for more details about all the work happening there.

Huntley Bookstore

www.claremont.bkstr.com/ | 175 East Eighth Street | 909-621-8168

The Huntley Bookstore provides essential services to students, faculty and staff of The Claremont Colleges. As the source for all course-required textbooks and support materials used at The Colleges, the bookstore carries many academic trade and reference titles, new releases, bestsellers, academic study aids, school and office supplies, clothing and gift items as well as magazines, snacks and soft drinks.

Computer Sales provides both Apple and PC hardware and software at academic pricing as well as a complete selection of computer supplies and peripherals.

Huntley is open year-round with a variety of additional services. These include: copyright clearance, course pack production, special order services, mail order services and a full-service website where you may purchase textbooks, clothing and gift merchandise.

Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies (IDAAS)

https://idaas.pomona.edu/ | Pomona College | 909-607-9508

Established in 1998, IDAAS provides a rich academic program to all students at the Claremont Colleges. IDAAS has thirteen core faculty and offers interdisciplinary undergraduate majors and minors in Asian American Studies. Carrying forward the community-based origins of Asian American Studies, we provide innovative opportunities such as the Margo Okazawa-Rey Summer Fellowship, creative and community-based theses, a student/faculty-run topical seminar, the Peter Kiang Thesis Prize, and the Merle Woo Project Prize.

Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS)

http://sites.cuc.claremont.edu/africana/ | 1105 Lincoln Building (Pomona) | 909-607-3070

The mission of the Intercollegiate Department of Africana Studies (IDAS) is to examine, through various academic disciplines, the experiences of people of African heritage worldwide. The Africana Studies curriculum helps to unify an important area of intellectual investigation and enhances appreciation of particular disciplines in the humanities and the social sciences. The department is committed to excellence in teaching and scholarship and is a vital information resource for students and researchers. Moreover, its faculty endeavors to create an intellectual climate that fosters cross-cultural dialogue.

International Place of The Claremont Colleges (I-Place)

http://iplace.claremont.edu/ | 390 East Ninth Street (CMC) | 909-607-4571 | iplace@cmc.edu

International Place (I-Place) is the intercollegiate center that serves the international student and scholar community at The Claremont Colleges. I-Place is a “home away from home” for international students and provides orientation programs and a variety of other services, including the annual International Festival and off-campus trips. It is a center for cultural exchange and international educational programming, as well as a resource center for international students and scholars.

Whether you hold a US visa, call the US home, have lived abroad, or simply want to meet people from around the world, International Place invites you and hopes you will become a part of our international community!

Libraries

https://library.claremont.edu/

The Claremont Colleges Library is a shared resource of all the Colleges. Library resources include over 1.5 million print volumes and extensive holdings of journals, magazines and newspapers: currently the library provide s online electronic access to articles in over 65,000 titles. The library’s large collection of electronic resources provides ready access to a wide variety of bibliographic, full-text and multimedia information. Through the World Wide Web, it is possible to search Blais, the online catalog, or any of hundreds of databases including services such as Lexis-Nexis Academic and ISI Web of Science. Full-text resources include electronic books and journals, as well as specialized resources such as the ACM Digital Library, CQ (Congressional Quarterly) Library and Oxford Art Online. The Claremont Colleges Digital Library (CCDL) provides access to digital collections from The Colleges as well as from the library’s Special Collections. The library also provides digital primary source collections such as Early English Books Online and North American Women’s Letters and Diaries which make available thousands of additional primary source materials. Most of these resources are accessible via the Internet to students, faculty and staff of The Claremont Colleges in their residence halls, labs, offices and homes, as well as in the library. All of the collections, including materials in many unique and rare special collections, are available for use by students. The collections The Claremont Colleges Library, as well as those of the libraries of Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden and the Claremont School of Theology, can be accessed using Blais, the online catalog. Reference assistance, instruction for classes and groups, and individual appointments for instruction and research assistance are available. Online reference assistance is also available from the library Website via instant messaging and email.

Honnold/Mudd Library
https://library.claremont.edu/  | Eighth Street and Dartmouth Avenue | 909-621-8250
Honnold/Mudd houses collections in the humanities, sciences, and social sciences. This library is a depository for United States Government publications and also has extensive holdings of publications from the State of California, Great Britain, the United Nations and other international agencies. The Asian Studies collection of more than 81,000 volumes includes materials in Chinese, Japanese and Korean languages. Special collections include archival materials from The Colleges, medieval manuscripts, the Aviation collection, and various collections that focus on California and the West.

Denison Library
www.scrippscollege.edu/denison/ | Scripps College | 909-607-3941
This library specializes in the humanities, fine arts and Women’s Studies. Special collections include materials on contemporary fine printing, fine bindings and the history of women.

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden Library
https://www.rsabg.org/collections/library-archives  | 1500 North College, Claremont, CA | 909-625-8767
Located at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, the RSABG library specializes in botany and horticulture. The library requests that students call before using the facilities.

Media Studies Production Center

www.pitzer.edu/ims  | West Hall Q125

The Mosbacher/Gartrell Center for Media Experimentation and Activism at Pitzer College is a professional-standard post-production facility. Students have access to a wide range of the latest imaging, editing, animation, sound and graphics software. It also includes a student-run equipment room and screening lounge.

Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS)

https://services.claremont.edu/mcaps/ | Tranquada Student Services Building, 1st Floor | 909-621-8202

MCAPS is available for those in need of short-term counseling. Students who already work with mental health professionals should establish care in the Claremont Community when arriving to campus for ongoing mental health needs. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday during the academic year. Appointments after hours may be made available upon request. Appointments may be scheduled over the phone or in person. An on-call therapist is available in emergency situations, but otherwise, an appointment is usually made a few days to one week in advance (depending upon flexibility of the student’s schedule). Psychological and psychiatric services are available at no charge. Any medication prescribed is the financial responsibility of the client. All sessions and discussions with a therapist are confidential.

Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA)

https://services.claremont.edu/obsa/ | 139 East Seventh Street | 909-607-3669

The Office of Black Student Affairs invests in the success of students of African descent by providing a range of cultural, academic, social and community engagement opportunities. Our services include identity-based workshops, a first-year peer mentoring program, an annual conference, heritage month programming, Black Graduation, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Commemoration, an arts and activism series, professional and career workshops, and various collaborative partnerships with 7C colleges, departments and organizations. We work to empower students through four ACCESS areas: Advocacy, Collaboration and Community, Education, and Student Success. Advocacy: Leading the charge for the inclusion of students of African descent across the seven colleges through advising and empowering students to advocate for themselves on campus and in classrooms. Collaboration and Community: Partnering to provide a range of social, cultural, academic and arts engagement programming to ensure students have opportunities to connect with each other, community members and alumni.  Education: Facilitating educational opportunities for students of African descent surrounding their intersecting identities, current events and burgeoning research as well as educating campus communities about ways to support and include students of African descent.  Student Success: Creating leadership, mentorship, learning and career development opportunities on behalf of students of African descent in order to positively impact persistence and retention

Queer Resource Center (QRC)

https://colleges.claremont.edu/qrc/ | Pomona College | 909-607-1817

The Queer Resource Center is a 7-College resource center serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, omnisexual, pansexual and allied community at the Claremont Colleges houses a library of books, magazines and videos, and sponsors faculty lectures, movie series and student speakers bureau.

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden

www.rsabg.org/ | 1500 North College, Claremont, CA | 909-625-8767

Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden (RSABG) is the largest botanic garden dedicated to California native plants, promoting botany, conservation and horticulture to inspire, inform and educate the public and scientific community about California’s native flora. The Garden is a living museum with curated collections of more than 22,000 California native plants, some of which are rare or endangered. Spread across 86 acres in Claremont, California, the Garden is located approximately 35 miles east of Los Angeles. The Garden displays about 2000 taxa of California plants and includes those native to the California Floristic Province.

Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station of The Claremont Colleges

https://bfs.claremont.edu/

The Robert J. Bernard Biological Field Station (Bernard Field Station) is an academic resource of Claremont University Consortium provided to The Claremont Colleges. It is located on approximately 86 acres within the Claremont Colleges campuses. Its habitat is primarily coastal sage scrub, Riversidian alluvial fan scrub, live oak forest, and grassland. In addition, an artificial lake with surrounding riparian woodland and several created vernal pools add to habitat diversity.

Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)

https://services.claremont.edu/sdrc/  | Tranquada Student Services Building, 757 College Way | 909-607-7322

The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is designed to serve the needs of students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges. The Center provides resources inclusive of disability awareness training and workshops; instructional support for faculty; testing and study space for students; digital and online disability education resources. For more information, please visit the SDRC webpage.

Student Health Services

https://services.claremont.edu/student-health-services/ | Tranquada Student Services Center, 1st floor | 909-621-8222 (Non-Emergency) | 909-607-2000 (After-Hours Emergency)

Student Health Services is open during the academic year Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with extended hours on Wednesday until 7 p.m. Telephone lines open at 8 a.m. Appointments are highly recommended for all visits and can be scheduled in advance by telephone. If you call early, same-day appointments are usually available.

A $10 charge will be assessed for any missed appointment not cancelled two hours in advance. Walk-in students will be seen in the order of arrival during the hours of 8:30-10:30 a.m. & 2-4 p.m., Monday through Friday. There is a $10 charge for walk-in visits. There is no charge for regular scheduled appointments or emergency care. Emergency care is available during regular business hours for serious illness or trauma as determined by the triage nurse (e.g., bleeding, possible fracture and allergic reactions).

All students are strongly encouraged to have an entrance health history and physical examination form on file to use the services. These forms are required for initial admission to Pitzer College as a first-year or transfer student. All students’ records are confidential. Medical records are not made available to anyone without the student’s permission.

Costs:

  • No charge for regular appointments.
  • Walk-in appointments: $15.
  • Missed appointment not cancelled two hours in advance: $15.
  • There are minimal fees for supplies, lab tests, x-rays and medications.

Students have up to thirty days to pay for services.

For after-hours emergencies, contact Campus Safety (621.8170 or ext. 72000). A Student Health Service health care provider is available for telephone consultation after hours. Emergency health services and other special services are available to students at two nearby hospitals: Pomona Valley Health Center at Claremont Urgent Care Center at 1601 Monte Vista Avenue: Claremont, CA 91711 (909) 865-9977 which is within five miles of campus, and is open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, Sunday and holidays).

Theater, Music and Dance

Through the Joint Music Program (Pitzer College/Claremont McKenna College/Harvey Mudd College/Scripps College), Pitzer students can audition for the Concert Choir, Chamber Choir and Claremont Chamber Orchestra. Call 909-607-3266 for further information.

At Pomona College, Pitzer students are welcome to audition for a variety of performing groups including the Symphony Orchestra, College Choir, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, Gamelan Ensemble and Chamber Music. Call 909-621-8155 for more information on these groups.

To find out about theater possibilities at Pomona College, call 909-621-8186. For dance opportunities at Pomona call 909-607-3629 and for dance at Scripps College, call 909-607-2934. You can also make your own music. Student musicians can play at a number of venues throughout the different colleges or form groups to perform on campus.


Helpful Phone Numbers

On-Campus Numbers

Academic Support Services

Scott Hall 120

909-607-3553

Admissions

Pitzer Hall 100

909-621-8129

Advancement

Broad Center 101

909-621-8016

Athletics

Pomona College-Rains Center

909-621-8016

Auto/Bicycle Registration

Campus Safety

909-621-8170

Campus Safety

251 East Eleventh Street

 

Emergency

 

909-607-2000

General Information

 

909-621-8170

Chaplains Office

McAlister Center

909-607-2937

Chicano/Latino Student Affairs

757 College Way

909-621-8044

Connection

Honnold/Mudd Library

909-607-2273

Counseling (Monsour Counseling
      Psychological Services - MCAPS)

757 College Way

909-621-8202

Dean of Faculty

Scott Hall 115

909-621-8241

EmPOWER Center

Scripps College

909-607-2689

Facilities/Maintenance

McConnell-Basement

909-607-2226

Financial Aid

McConnell 320

909-607-3822

Gold Student Health and Wellness Center

GSC

909-607-7492

Health Education Outreach (HEO)

757 College Way

909-607-3602

Housing & Residence Life

Sanborn C300

909-607-3132

Human Resources

McConnell Center 310

909-621-8254

Huntley Bookstore

175 East Eighth Street

909-6071502

Information, Campus

Operator N/A

909-6073344

Information Technology Help Desk

Bernard Computer Lab

909-607-3065

Libraries, Honnold-Mudd

Eighth and Dartmouth

909-621-8372

Mail Room

Atherton A-101

909-607-3827

Office of Black Student Affairs

139 E. 7th St.

909-607-3669

Office of Student Affairs

Scott Hall 120

909-621-8241

Pendleton Business Office

747 North Dartmouth

909-621-8038

President’s Office

Broad Center 217

909-621-8198

Communications

Mead Hall 130

909-621-8219

Rains Physical Education Center

220 East Sixth Street

909-621-8016

Registrar’s Office

Fletcher Hall 102

909-607-2650

Student Accounts

McConnell 320

909-621-8191

Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)

757 College Way

909-607-7322

Student Health Services

757 College Way

909-621-8222

Student Activities Office

Gold Student Center 200

909-607-2988

Sustainability Manager                               

Gold Student Center 201                         

909-607-0278

Title IX Coordinator

Broad Center 212

909-607-2958

Treasurer’s Office

McConnell Center 310

909-621-8243

Off-Campus Numbers

AIDS Hotline

800-922-2437

Claremont Fire Department

909-626-7351

Claremont Police Department

909-626-1296

Crisis and Chemical Dependency Hotline

800-333-4313

House of Ruth (Hotline for Battered Women)

909-988-5559

Poison Control

213-484-5151

Pomona Valley Community Hospital Emergency Room

909-865-9500

Project SISTER (Sexual Assault Hotline)

909-626-HELP

San Antonio Community Hospital Emergency Room

909-985-2811