Pomona Administration Offices Undergo Restructuring

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Will Gottsegen

Pomona College will be combining the Office of Campus Life (OCL), Student Affairs, Residential Life and the Smith Campus Center under one umbrella office, a change that will be implemented July 1. The offices will be combined under a unified OCL, with subunits that include residential life and...

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Under Review, Chaplaincy Faces Uncertain Future

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Courtesy Kenneth Wolf

Per the request of the presidents of the Claremont Colleges, the Claremont University Consortium (CUC) has put the chaplaincy under review to understand how the colleges can “best meet the spiritual and religious needs of all students, faculty, and staff,” according to an email sent by Pomona...

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HMC, Pomona, Scripps Raise Total Attendance Costs by Average of 3.9%

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Dominic Frempong

Average tuition prices for private four-year colleges have risen in the last five years, according to College Board data. Next year's tuition costs in Claremont will reflect this trend, as Pomona College, Harvey Mudd College and Scripps College have confirmed an increase in their costs...

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California Mandates 25% Reduction in Water Usage

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Maria Weiss

Amidst the worst drought in California’s recorded history, Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order on April 1 announcing measures to cut back industrial and home water consumption. His plan mandates a 25 percent reduction in supply to California’s 400 water control agencies, and calls...

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5Cs Release Admission Data for Class of 2019

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Chloe An

The Claremont Colleges have finalized regular decision admitted students for the class of 2019. Each of the colleges except for Scripps College saw an increase in number of applications during this year's admission season.The colleges hit record low admission rates once again. Pitzer College’s...

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City of Claremont and Colleges to Host 2015 Special Olympics Athletes News

The 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games are coming to Los Angeles, and the city of Claremont is helping to make it happen.The Games will take place from July 25 to Aug. 2, bringing participants and fans from 177 countries to L.A. to participate in sports competitions, celebrate... (read more)

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Pomona To Launch New Website This Summer With Improved User Interface News

In order to better accommodate prospective students, current students, alumni and other visitors, Pomona College’s website has undergone several changes and will complete its transformation in a few short months. After years of hearing about dissatisfaction with the functionality of the... (read more)

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HMC, Pomona, Scripps Raise Total Attendance Costs by Average of 3.9% News

Average tuition prices for private four-year colleges have risen in the last five years, according to College Board data. Next year's tuition costs in Claremont will reflect this trend, as Pomona College, Harvey Mudd College and Scripps College have confirmed an increase in their costs... (read more)

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California Mandates 25% Reduction in Water Usage News

Amidst the worst drought in California’s recorded history, Governor Jerry Brown issued an Executive Order on April 1 announcing measures to cut back industrial and home water consumption. His plan mandates a 25 percent reduction in supply to California’s 400 water control agencies, and calls... (read more)

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