The Office of Student Life, Diversity and Leadership (SLDL) manages, and serves as a resource for student organizations. At CGU there is a wide variety of organizations that may meet your academic or social preferences. We strongly recommend that you consider participating in one of our existing student organizations or even create your own! Joining a student organization means joining a community, and having peers who oftentimes become your support group. Through these organizations you also have the opportunity to strengthen and develop your leadership skills by planning, developing, and implementing events on campus or by collaborating with other organizations or campus constituents.
Whether the organization you choose to participate in is discipline related or identity/affinity related; together they encompass a variety of areas to explore.
For more information or the contact information of current student organizations, or how to start a new club, please contact the SLDL Office at email@example.com.
- School of Community & Global Health Student Association (SCGH – SA)
- Student Council of Arts & Humanities (SCAH)
- Association of Women’s Studies in Religion – Dedicated to furthering research, academic resources, intellectual conversation, and professional opportunities for scholars in CGU’s Women’s Studies in Religion program.
- CGU Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Violence – Dedicated to providing exemplary support and services for graduate students at The Claremont Colleges who are survivors of sexual violence. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- CGU Christian Fellowship – Provides opportunities for Christians and others to grow in their faith and spirituality and to connect faith with reason on significant topics.
- CGU Consulting Club – The Consulting club is dedicated to providing a sphere unique to CGU students to engage with the consulting industry.
- Coalition for Hope – We aim to promote and aid youth and students to pursue higher education by going into neighboring communities and campuses/schools. We will offer resources and support to students looking to attend graduate school.
- DrPh Peer Support Group – The Mission of the DrPH Peer Support Group is to support current DrPH students’ mental/emotional health and academic needs throughout their program by creating a space for students to share knowledge, collect resources needed and learn how to advocate for themselves.
- Society for Philosophy and Religion at Claremont
- Soka Gakkai International: USA Buddhists Club – Aims to cultivate a network of friendship, peace, and nonviolence based on the teachings of the Nichiren school of Mahayana Buddhism as practiced in the Soka Gakkai International-USA.
- Students for Global Peace
- Women in Leadership Association
- Claremont Korean Student Association
- Saudi Club at CGU
- Sister Citizen- Sister Citizen at Claremont Graduate University welcomes all Afro-descendant students into a safe space that supports and empowers people who experience gender oppression. We encourage scholarship, professional development, activism, unity, friendship, and community. Our mission is to collaborate with other entities to cultivate strong cross-campus community bonds at the Claremont Colleges. We envision programs, activities, and speaking engagements that work to address the absence and oppression of Afro-descendant students and faculty at the Claremont Colleges, particularly those who experience gender oppression, and shall serve as the channel for networking socially, academically and professionally.