Claremont Graduate University students can choose among a number of housing options.
Claremont Collegiate Apartments offers both summer and academic year housing in studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom fully furnished apartments with great community amenities, all just north of campus within walking distance of shops and the Trader Joe’s grocery store.
The Oasis Residential Commons is south of campus near the Claremont Village and includes classroom and group meeting spaces, fitness, swimming pool, study rooms, lounges, and more.
Living in student housing allows students to be in close proximity to many services and facilities provided by The Claremont Colleges such as:
- Four libraries
- Five cafeterias
- Fitness centers
- Health and counseling centers
- Athletic facilities
- Ethnic centers
- Interfaith chaplaincy
- Performing arts complex
- Cafes and more
The Claremont Colleges Housing Office also provides information for students who wish to explore off-campus living options.
For sublets and short-term leases, in addition to furniture for sale, check out the Claremont Graduate Student Housing page on Facebook.
Policies and Procedures:
- CGU Policy Library
- Basic Code of Conduct
- Non-Discrimination Policy
- Campus Safety Report/Clery Act
- Student Grievance Procedure
- Sexual Misconduct and Other Prohibited Conduct Student Policy and Procedures
- Explosive, Firearms, and other Weapons
- Student Files: Privacy and Access
- AIDS and Non-Discrimination
- Property Loss
Campus Resource Guide
A comprehensive list of CGU and The Claremont Colleges Services resources are listed here in the Campus Resource Guide. These resources include:
- Academic Resources and Support
- Student Spaces
- Campus Life
- Health and Wellness
- Civil Rights / Title IX
- Information Technology
- Student Services
- Academic Contact Information
The following lists capture some of the additional resources available to the community: