5-College Campus Resources

Department of Campus Safety
150 East 8th Street
909.621.8170 (off-campus)
ext. 72000 (on-campus)
Campus Safety personnel are on duty 24 hours a day year round to help provide safety and security for our students, faculty and staff. Campus Safety is staffed by employees who are specifically trained and responsible for a full range of public safety services including crime reports, apprehension and arrest of suspects, enforcement of all federal, state, and local laws, as well as College policies and regulations, responding to suspicious persons and activity calls, medical emergencies, fire emergencies, traffic accidents, parking and traffic enforcement, safety hazards, escort services, and a host of related security services. The department has crime prevention professionals to help provide the community with comprehensive programs promoting the reduction of crime.

Cards and Claremont Cash (Connection)
CUC’s Connection
Honnold/Mudd Library 1st Floor
800 N. Dartmouth Ave.
Connection is located in the South Lobby of Honnold Library and around the corner from the Café and provides ID card services for The Claremont Colleges. In addition to ID card services Connection includes copy services, postal services, passport and visa photos, and other goods and services. Connection also manages the Claremont Cash program. Claremont Cash can be used to purchase both food and non-food items throughout The Claremont Colleges, as well as local merchants in and around Claremont. Please visit the website for more information on the program and to view a complete list of on and off campus locations that accept Claremont Cash. https://cards. cuc.claremont.edu/

The Chaplaincy of The Claremont Colleges
McAlister Center
919 North Columbia Avenue, ext. 18685
The Claremont Colleges is served by the Interfaith Chaplaincy, which represents, coordinates and directs the programs of McAlister Center for religious activities. McAlister Center offers a full schedule of weekday and Sabbath worship, along with a wide range of events and programs for the Jewish, Roman Catholic, Protestant, Islamic, Zen Meditation, Latter-Day Saints, Christian Science, and other communities. There is a meditation chapel and a library, as well as a lounge and chaplains’ offices. The Claremont Colleges Volunteer Service Center, which offers diverse opportunities in the local community, is also located at the Center.

Chicano/Latino Student Affairs (CLSA)
Tranquada Student Services Building
757 College Way, ext. 18044
The Chicano/Latino Student Affairs Center provides various academic, social and cultural support services. These include a New Student Retreat, the Sponsor Program, the César Chávez Commemoration Program, Latino Heritage Month, DEDa de la Familia, Community lunches, academic advising, graduate school and career development sessions. The mission of the Center is to assist Chicano/Latino students in achieving academic success. This is accomplished by offering academic support services which complement existing resources at the Colleges. Events which foster personal growth and multicultural awareness such as DEDa de los Muertos are also provided throughout the year.

Club Sports Program
Pomona College, Rains Center, ext. 77928
The Claremont Colleges have established a Club Sports Office to assist club sports teams in scheduling fields and facilities for practice and competition. To be eligible to use a Claremont College field or facility or to receive funding assistance from the associated student governments, all club sports must register with the Club Sports Office.

EmPOWER Center
1030 Dartmouth Avenue, ext. 72689
The EmPOWER Center’s mission is to create a culture where all members of The Claremont Colleges respect and look out for each other, and where students impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking receive holistic support and care.  The Center provides free, confidential advocacy and support to 7C students impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.  The Center also works collaboratively with students, staff, faculty, and community partners to build awareness and sensitivity and provide educational programs to the 7Cs community around healthy relationships, sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.  Additionally, confidential counseling is available at EmPOWER Center with counselors provided by Project Sister.  More information is available at http://7csexualmisconductresources.claremont.edu/empower-center/.

Health Education Outreach (HEO)
Tranquada Student Services Building
757 College Way, ext. 73602
The mission of HEO is to provide educational programming, services, and resources that will enable students of The Claremont Colleges to play active roles in achieving, protecting, and sustaining health and wellness. Website: www.cuc.claremont.edu/heo.

Huntley Bookstore
175 East Eighth Street, ext. 18168
Huntley Bookstore provides essential services to the students, faculty and staff of The Claremont Colleges. As the source for all course required textbooks and support materials used at The Colleges, the bookstore carries many academic trade and reference titles, new releases, bestsellers, academic study aids, school and office supplies, clothing and gift items as well as magazines, snacks and soft drinks. Huntley Computer Sales provides both Apple and PC hardware and software at academic pricing as well as a complete selection of computer supplies and peripherals.

International Place of The Claremont Colleges (I-Place)
390 East Ninth Street
Claremont McKenna College Campus, ext. 18344 or 73910
International Place is the intercollegiate center where domestic and international students can meet to increase multicultural understanding of friendship. I-Place is a “home away from home” for international students and provides orientation programs and a variety of other services. I-Place sponsors lunch discussion programs on global issues, the spring International Festival, a Fall Banquet, and social events and trips, as well as many other activities. The I-Place Website is located at http://iplace.claremont.edu.

Jumpstart
Atherton 415, ext. 79290
Jumpstart’s mission is to work toward the day every child in America enters school prepared to succeed. To this end, we train and support Claremont Colleges students to serve as part-time AmeriCorps members, working with young children in local, low-income preschools to build skills crucial to school success. Jumpstart Corps members have the unique opportunity to inspire young children, to serve in a local community, work on an AmeriCorps team, and build professional skills as part of a network that serves young children in more than sixty communities nationwide. Students enrolled in Jumpstart can receive work-study, academic credit or serve as volunteers.

Libraries
The Claremont Colleges Library is a shared resource of all The Colleges. Library resources include over 1.5 million print volumes and extensive holdings of journals, magazines and newspapers: currently the library provide s online electronic access to articles in over 65,000 titles. The library’s large collection of electronic resources provides ready access to a wide variety of bibliographic, full-text and multimedia information.

Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services (MCAPS)
Tranquada Student Services Building
757 College Way, ext. 18202
MCAPS is available for those in need of counseling. The center is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday during the academic year. Appointments after hours may be made available upon request. Appointments may be scheduled over the phone or in person. An on-call therapist is available in emergency situations, but otherwise an appointment is usually made a few days to one week in advance (depending upon flexibility of the student’s schedule). Psychological and psychiatric services are available at no charge. Any medication prescribed is the financial responsibility of the client. All sessions and discussions with a therapist are confidential.

The Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA)
139 East Seventh Street, ext. 73669
OBSA addresses the educational needs of students of African descent. The office, through its cultural programs and academic services, seeks to create a supportive environment for students that will help them attain their undergraduate and graduate degrees. OBSA also hopes to help students develop emotional autonomy, coping skills, feelings of self- worth and independence, a positive ethnic identity, mature relationships with peers, appropriate educational plans, mature career paths and a responsible lifestyle.

Queer Resource Center (QRC) Walker Lounge
Pomona College, ext. 71817
The Queer Resource Center is a 7 College resource center serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, omnisexual, pansexual and allied community at the Claremont Colleges houses a library of books, magazines and videos, and sponsors faculty lectures, movie series and student speakers’ bureau.

Student Health Service
Tranquada Student Services Building
757 College Way
621.8222 or ext. 18222, www.cuc.claremont.edu/shs
The Student Health Service is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday, Tuesday and Friday while school is in session, with extended hours until 7 p.m. on Wednesdays and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Appointments are highly recommended for all visits and can be scheduled in advance by telephone. Phones open at 8 a.m. for appointments. If you call early, same- day appointments are usually available.

Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC)
Tranquada Student Services Building
757 College Way, 607.7322 or ext. 77322
The Student Disability Resource Center (SDRC) is designed to serve the needs of students, faculty, and staff of The Claremont Colleges.  The Center provides resources inclusive of disability awareness training and workshops; instructional support for faculty; testing and study space for students; digital and online disability education resources.