Claremont Graduate University is committed to a flourishing community. It is a commitment that begins when a student is admitted, continues through graduation, and lasts throughout the alumni experience. We are excited to announce that starting this fall, Claremont Graduate University is taking its commitment to flourishing and lifelong learning to another level. Alumni will be able to register for up to four units at no cost. This will give you the opportunity to hone a skill, develop a new one, or simply expand your thinking. You may take a course and earn a grade or audit one instead. The choice is yours.

Sampling of available classes:

  • Drucker Philosophy
  • Cross-Cultural Leadership
  • Practice of Self-Mastery
  • Introduction to Entrepreneurship
  • Design Thinking
  • Economics of Strategy
  • Survey of Contemporary Art
  • East Asian Art and Its Markets
  • Advanced Art Markets
  • Theory and Practice of Institutional Leadership
  • Social Media Analytics
  • Survey of Contemporary Art
  • Exile in Cinema

Alumni of the Drucker School of Management, please refer to the Drucker School Lifelong Learning Program prior to utilizing the CGU-wide benefit.

The deadline to enroll is August 5. For a complete list of Fall 2021 course offerings, please see the CGU Class Schedule.  Contact Rachel Jimenez, director of alumni engagement and annual giving, at 909-607-9226 or if you have any questions.

To request more information about the Lifelong Learning Program, please click here.