The SLDL Office partners with several offices to support student-centered programming. Below are a list of initiatives and programs, as well as offices to support students during their graduate journey.
CGU provides a number of programs to assist students at each milestone from orientation to graduation.
- New Student Orientation A program for prospective students introducing them to CGU services, resources, staff and faculty.
- First Year Experience A year-long program for first year students to introduce key milestones, common questions and barriers faced during the first year of graduate school.
- THRIVE: Graduate Scholars of Color Program A program designed for graduate students of color to engage in community-building activities, meaningful conversations, workshops and events.
- Re-Orientation A program specific to doctoral students completing their coursework. This one-day program reviews common milestones during doctoral study, and addresses common barriers experienced by students working on their qualifying exams, dissertation or other graduation requirements.
As a member of The Claremont Colleges consortium, CGU students benefit from the shared resources specific to health and wellness, library, and cultural and affinity offices. Visit The Claremont Colleges Services (TCCS) website for more information.
- Cultural and Spiritual Services
- Chicano/Latino Student Affairs Office
- Interfaith Office of the Chaplains
- Office of Black Student Affairs
- Health and Wellness
- Health Education Outreach
- Monsour Psychological & Counseling Services
- Student Disability Resource Center
- Student Health Services
- Library Services
- Connection Services
- Honnold Library
- Huntley Bookstore
In addition to the services provided by TCCS, there are campus-lead offices that provide services to all Claremont College students. These offices include:
In partnership with the Office of Student Engagement, the SLDL Team created an FAQ list of housing, financial, health and wellness resources. More information can be found on the Student Engagement Continuity page.
In addition, the Dean of Student Office manages a list of external resources to assist with housing, mental health, financial during COVID-19. Visit the Dean of Students page for more information.
The First Year Experience (FYE) Fellows developed four calendars in April to help students maintain a healthy and productive month. You are welcome to download these and incorporate them into your routine. Thank you FYE Fellows!
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