The Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership is your center for a wide range of programs that strengthen the cultural, intellectual, and social well-being of our campus.Our office works to engage students, faculty, and staff in ways that promote and develop an inclusive and diverse environment. Beyond raising awareness of issues, SLDL helps the CGU community attain our shared values by advocating for social justice and working to institutionalize policies of equity and inclusion into the fabric of the university.
There are two options a short walk from the CGU campus.
Claremont Collegiate Apartments offers one-bedroom and studio apartment options for CGU students and undergraduates from nearby colleges.
The Oasis Residential Commons is for graduate students only and includes classroom and group meeting spaces, a gym, swimming pool, study rooms, lounges, and much more.
The Honnold/Mudd Library houses the main library collections for The Claremont Colleges. The collections in the arts, humanities, sciences, and social sciences include nearly 2 million volumes and the library also has extensive holdings of journals, magazines, and newspapers, providing access to articles in over 70,000 periodicals.
The Office of Information Technology at Claremont Graduate University provides strategic technology solutions in order to support CGU's mission of preparing a diverse group of outstanding individuals to assume leadership roles in the worldwide community through research, teaching, and practice in selected fields.
At Student Health Services (SHS) well-trained doctors, nurse practitioners, and medical support staff provide full-service care, including laboratory and basic imaging, dispensary, and immunizations. Appointments scheduled in advance are offered at no charge to students. Labs, imaging, and limited prescriptions are available at reasonable fees.
Living in student housing is the best way to take advantage of all that The Claremont Colleges have to offer:
The undergraduate Claremont Colleges are home to several gyms that offer membership to CGU students.
Claremont Graduate University is accredited by the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) through June 2022. WSCUC is a nonprofit organization that evaluates the quality and educational effectiveness of schools, colleges, and universities. Institutions must maintain accreditation status to be eligible to receive federal financial aid and for other accredited schools to accept transfer units.
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