A very warm welcome to our new international students. Join us for the International Student Orientation at the Burkle Building on Wednesday, August 23rd, from 10am-2pm. You'll get the chance to learn more about life at CGU, campus resources and settling into this new chapter of your life. We look forward to seeing you this Wednesday, and welcome to Claremont!
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Current events have been stressful and anxious lately, but you're not alone! To nourish your mind, body, and soul, the SLDL Office recommends this meditation video below.
For the best experience, we recommend a quiet peaceful space and earphones/headphones.
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You’ve heard the name. You’ve tasted the food (I hope). Now, join the Drucker Marketing Club on Friday, May 3, from 4–6:15 p.m. in Burkle 12 for a conversation with the man behind it all, CEO of Porto’s Bakery Raul Porto. For more details or to register, visit
Get your wellness on with meditation🧘🏽♀️ and 🐐Yoga! That's right a baby Goat!
Join CGU Student Life, Diversity and Leadership!
Sunday, April 22nd
9am - 4pm
Meet at CGU Student Life, Diversity and Leadership House at 8:30am
RSVP at [email protected]
First 10 to RSVP will have FREE access to an ofo Bike for the day!
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There are many study spaces available including the SCGH offices on Foothill, Honnold/Mudd Library, CGU Student Life, Diversity and Leadership House, Student Success Center, CGU Graduate Student Council House, Q***r Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges (QRC) and more!
Remember to take breaks, get some rest and stay focused. MCAPS and CUC HEO are also available to help you get through finals and beyond!
***Our Mentorship Orientation Meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, August 29th will be in McManus 35 instead of Burkle 22***
Join us at our Fall 2017 New Student Welcome Mixer this Thursday, August 31st, 6:30 PM at the CGU Student Life, Diversity and Leadership House.
Stay cool, stay hydrated (its a scorcher out there!) and stay connected!
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Join the Dean of Students for a virtual drop-in hour on Thursday, August 3rd, from 12 - 1 pm PST and take this opportunity to speak with one of our deans. You can find the Zoom Meeting ID on the post
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Swing by SLDL and get your hands dirty with some succulent planting! Food and drinks will be provided. This is a great time to connect with others in the Claremont area over summer break and share your ideas for events you'd like to see in the upcoming year.
The Dean of Students will have a Drop-In Hour to discuss veteran affairs. Join the Dean on Thursday, July 13th from 12-1 PM. Join on Zoom and reach out to the Dean of Students if you have any questions related to the event.
CGU will be closed on Monday, July 3rd and Tuesday, July 4th, in honor of the 4th of July, the United States' Independence Day. Have a Happy 4th of July break!
As the new semester quickly approaches, now is a great time to register your club with SLDL! Register today, whether it's a new club or renewing a pre-existing one. The sooner, the better! Follow the link below to learn more about clubs and organizations on campus and register your club.
June 19th is Juneteenth; in honor of this important holiday, CGU will be closed on Monday to commemorate the emancipation of enslaved African Americans on June 19th, 1865, when General Order 3 was issued by Major General Gordon Granger, proclaiming freedom for enslaved people in Texas. Originating in Galveston, Juneteenth has since been observed as a federal holiday in the United States. It is the oldest internationally celebrated commemoration of ending slavery in the United States and is a day to celebrate freedom, emphasizing education and achievement.
This month's spotlight is Kareem Powell. Kareem is a driven Master's candidate in Financial Engineering who hails from Jamaica. His passion for technology and finance led him to combine quantitative skills with his love for the field. Currently serving as the Dean's assistant and Office coordinator at the esteemed Drucker School of Management, Kareem aims to conduct impactful research in data analysis and create opportunities for underprivileged individuals in the future. He embodies a unique blend of expertise, ambition, and a commitment to driving positive change.
Keep up the great work Kareem!
Join SLDL for a night at the Quakes Stadium in Rancho Cucamonga. Go Quakes!! We'll have reserved seating at tables in the Cafe area. Food and drinks are available for purchase. Parking is $6 per vehicle. LoanMart Field is cashless. If it's chilly, bring a blanket!
Doors open at 5:30pm, game starts at 6:30pm. Reserve up to two spots for you and a guest!
Requirements on what you can bring: One sealed bottle of water per fan can be brought inside the ballpark. No food or drink may be brought into LoanMart Field. Only clear bags measuring 12’’x12’’x’6’’ or smaller and hand-held size clutch wallets will be permitted. All bags permitted will be searched prior to entrance into LoanMart Field.
Sign up at: http://ow.ly/AWVY50OIvBp
*If sold out and you wish to be added to the waitlist, email [email protected]*
The Dean of Students will have a Drop-In Hour to discuss implementing the new 7C Health/ Timely MD services. Join the Dean on Wednesday, June 7th from 12-1 PM.
Today marks the first day of PRIDE MONTH! 🌈
Let's celebrate equity and support the LGBTQI+ campus community.
Happy Pride Month, CGU. 🔥✨
Memorial Day is a day to solemnly honor and commemorate all people who have died in U.S. military service.
Memorial Day began a few years after the Civil War in 1868. An organization of Union veterans established the holiday, then known as Decoration Day, as a time to decorate the graves of fallen soldiers with flowers.
From then until the present day, the holiday has been formally observed at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C. In 2000, Congress passed the National Moment of Remembrance Act, which encourages Americans to keep a moment of silence at 3 p.m. local time to remember those who have died in service.
In 1971, Memorial Day was established as a federal holiday taking place on the last Monday in May.
CGU will be closed on Monday, May 29, in honor of Memorial Day.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday to honor and mourn the U.S. military personnel who have died while serving in the United States Armed Forces.
Two other days celebrate those who have served or are serving in the U.S. military: Armed Forces Day, and Veterans Day, which honors all those who have served in the United States Armed Forces.
The campus will reopen on Tuesday, May 30th.
CGU is happy to announce the Call for Applications for our annual Black Scholars Award (BSA).
Established in 2015 the Black Scholars Award acknowledges exemplary work by students of Black African ancestry.
The award funds tuition costs, research funding, books, and personal expenses related to degree completion.
Applications for the BSA are due June 2, 2023.
The application is open to students enrolled in the Spring 2023 and Summer 2023 semesters and is available on the BSA website here https://cgu.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_4UsocXhjdYlkkt0.
The BSA is made possible by an endowment funded through the Matthew and Roberta Jenkins Foundation and the generous support of alums and friends.
If you, or anyone you know, would like to contribute to the endowment, please get in touch with the Office of Advancement at [email protected].
Apply for the Grace Berry Award today!! The award supports women in graduate studies across the disciplines at the Claremont Graduate University. THe award is intended to pay for expenses connected with students' immediate educational needs, such as tuition payment, purchase of books and materials for classes or research, and so on. It is not intended for conference or travel expenses. Applicants will be judged on estsablished need and academic excellence. Preference may also be given to applicants whose work is related to Women's and Gender Studies and who have begun work towards a thesis or dissertation. Apply by Friday, May 26th, 2023!
New Location! Due to high RSVP numbers, 7C International Graduation will now be held at Edmunds Ballroom, Pomona College. Celebrating graduating international students across the Claremont Colleges and recognizing their impressive accomplishments.
Happy Asian American Native Hawaiian Pacific Islander Heritage Month .
Every May, we take extra time to celebrate Heritage Month by shining a light on AAPI graduate students and our campus community.
Do you know why Heritage Month is celebrated in May?
In 1977 the U.S. Congress (spearheaded by Representative Frank Horton of New York and Senator Daniel Inouye of Hawai'i) chose the first ten days of May to commemorate the history and contributions of Asian American communities here in the U.S. The week's observance became a month, the same month in which the first Japanese immigrants came to the U.S. in 1843. We also commemorate the transcontinental railroad's completion on May 10, 1869, as most workers who laid those railroad tracks were Chinese immigrants. And that's why AANHPI Heritage Month is in May.
The Intercollegiate Feminist Center for Teaching, Research & Engagement invites applications for the Grace Berry Award for Women in Graduate Studies for 2023.
The award amount is $500. To see profiles of previous recipients, visit https://colleges.claremont.edu/ifc/resources/grace-berry-award/.
Eligibility: The Grace Berry Award for Women in Graduate Studies supports women in graduate studies across the disciplines at Claremont Graduate University.
Applicants will be notified of the selection process results before the fiscal year's close (June 30).
Application link here: Information about the award and profiles of recent award recipients is available at: http://colleges.claremont.edu/ifc/resources/grace-berry-award/.
Contact: Marney Martin at [email protected] if you have any questions.
The 7C International Student Graduation Celebration is being held on Wednesday, May 10, 4:00-6:00 PM at CGU’s Albrecht Auditorium! An outdoor reception will be held in DesCombes Quad following the ceremony. International graduates from CGU finishing in Dec 2022, and May / August 2023, are encouraged to participate. Link in bio to RSVP.
This is a great time to honor the incredible achievements of our international students from the Claremont Colleges who have come from all around the world to complete their degrees.
Celebrating Graduation Events!
Please visit the CGU events calendar for complete details and the link in Bio.
looks forward to celebrating 2023 Graduation Events!
Get all of the info at the link in the bio.
Native and Indigenous Student Graduation
April 21, Benton Museum Pavilion, 6 pm - 8 pm
333 N. College Way
Graduate Student of Color Mixer
April 27, Yuhaaviatam Center (CGU), 6 pm - 9 pm
175 E 8th St.
QRC Lavender Graduation
April 28, Shanahan Auditorium (Harvey Mudd), 4:30 pm - 6 pm
385 Platt Blvd.
April kin*dle: Yoga with Indy
For Beginners: Grounding and Centering.
Pets Yoga combines yoga's relaxation virtues and play / cuddling times with pets! During our session, we alternatively mix very gentle yoga with no balancing positions and cuddle times with our furry Corgi guest Indy.
Indy is a 3-year-old Pembroke Welsh Corgi who is social, fluffy, and friendly.
The goal of kin·dle is to help continuing graduate students build community within their academic departments and the university at large.
Please bring your own yoga mat if you have one, as our quantity is limited.
CGU location to be determined.
Attention Graduating Seniors: Commencement season is here!
Join your fellow Lavender Graduates and the Q***r Resource Center of the Claremont Colleges in celebrating the 2023 class in-person at Shanahan Auditorium (HMC) on Friday, April 28th, from 4:30 pm - 6:00 pm.
Please sign up by April 15th.🌈
Shanahan Auditorium - Harvey Mudd College
301 Platt Blvd.
This evening - first year students are invited to celebrate the accomplishments of completing their first year! Don't miss out - Harper Courtyard from 5pm-7pm. Enter Harper West to get to the Courtyard.
Today the QRC invites those who have needed a space to process all the anti-trans legislation to join in today from 4pm-5pm at the QRC. Emily from MCAPS will be there in community.
Graduate Students of Color Dinner and Mixer! Join CGU, KGI, OBSA, and CLSA on Thursday, April 27 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm at the Yuhaaviatam Center on CGU's campus. RSVP to hold your place. Link in bio or use the QR code.
TODAY | Please join the Dean of Students for the Veteran Students Drop-In Hour happening from 12-1 pm. Dean Quamina Carter will be available to address veteran students' questions, comments, and concerns. Zoom link in bio!
Need help filing your taxes? This webinar has you covered!
The informational webinars cover topics like:
An overview of tax for nonresident students and scholars
Who must file a US tax return
What income forms students/scholars may receive
Forms that need to be completed and sent to the IRS
We cover terms like F**A, ITIN and Form 1098-T
What happens if students don’t file, or misfile
State tax returns
IRS stimulus payments
FINAL WEBINAR IS FRIDAY APRIL 14TH AT 11AM PST!
Register at the link in our bio!
Join CGU's Q***r Graduate Union for a Gaypril BBQ today at the SAH Backyard from 2-3pm!
Interested in more information about CGU clubs? Check out SLDL's page and start thinking about a club you might want to start next year. Link in bio for more club info.
To help raise funds for disaster relief efforts in Turkey, CGU alumna Arzu Kastal created a group art show, “You Are Not Alone!”
A free and public opening reception occurs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Friday, April 14, at Claremont Heritage’s Ginger Elliott Gallery, 840 N. Indian Hill Blvd.
The gallery will remain open Saturday, April 15, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Sunday, April 16, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
The show will feature works by Kastal and about 30 other local artists, including Greg Rook, John Sollom, and Lee Hill.
Kastal hopes to raise as much money as possible to benefit organizations such as Direct Relief, Turkish Philanthropy Funds, and the Bridge to Türkiye Funds.
Kastal said the pieces at the Ginger Elliot show would be priced from $50 to $2,000. There will also be opportunities for attendees to donate directly to relief agencies.
With support from Claremont Heritage, its executive director David Shearer, and The Arts Area, the art show came together in a matter of weeks.
Earthquake damage in Turkey has been estimated at $84.1 billion.
CGU is thrilled to welcome keynote speaker, José Padilla, to the Realizing Equity Research Symposium. José held a 44-year legal career with California Rural Legal Assistance (CRLA) Inc., advocating for the rights of California’s farm worker and rural poverty communities. He oversaw the administration of one of the most respected Legal Services programs in the country. Through its Migrant Unit, CRLA’s legal work addresses the special needs of farm workers with cases focusing on pesticide exposure, housing, labor, education, civil rights, and environmental justice. Under José's leadership, CRLA created the Indigenous Farm Worker Project, to address the need of the indigenous migrant workers from southern Mexico. And, during José’s tenure, CRLA continued to pursue impact litigation and develop special projects of critical importance to farm worker women, and LGBTQ communities.
José Padilla attended Stanford University, UC Berkeley School of Law, and received an Honorary Doctorate in Humane Letters from Chapman University.
We are 4 days away from Realizing Equity: A Transdisciplinary Approach to Justice & Transformative Research Symposium to be held virtually on Friday, April 14th, 2023. Register online - link in bio.
In honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the EmPOWER Center presents Bandanas with a Purpose. Join us from 12:30-2pm on 4/11 at Descombes Lawn, CGU or from 12-1pm on 4/12 outside Malott, Scripps.
Decorate your own bandana in support of survivors!
This event is open to the 7C community.
Calling all international students! Searching for an internship or job off-campus? Join the Career & Professional Development Office and SLDL for a readiness workshop to learn about the Job Search in the U.S. You will learn about post-completion Optional Practical Training and valuable tips to remember while searching for employment. You will have the opportunity to hear from currently employed international students who have gone through the job search process themselves! Register using the link in bio!
Join us Monday, April 10th, 11:30am-1:00pm | Burkle Room 14 / Zoom (Hybrid)
Join us to close out Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week!
Karaoke @ Hagelbarger’s Cafe | Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership at Hagelbarger's | 11:30am – 1:30pm
Warm up those vocal cords and bring your friends for some singing fun! Which song will you share?
Day 4 of Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week!
Succulent Planting | Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership 131 E 10th St | 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Plant your succulent to take home and care for! Spring is a time of renewal and a great time to add some green to your life. Join us while supplies last!
It's Graduate Student Appreciation Week! SLDL would like to give a shout-out to our amazing Graduate Assistants who bring their shine and passion to campus every day!
Thank you for making such a difference for our team!
Day 3 of Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week!
Coffee and Dessert Break | Office of Student Engagement House 1017 N Dartmouth Ave | 11:00am – 12:00pm
Join us in the Office of Student Engagement house for coffee, dessert and calming activities!
Coffee with the CLSA Deans.
Tony Jimenez and Xochitl Casillas look forward to connecting with CGU and KGI graduate students today! Drinks are on CLSA. 😊
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