How do I get a parking permit?
IMPORTANT: There are limited parking spaces on Pitzer’s Campus that can be used by students – parking permits will be capped at 290 and approved as they are received.
First Years & Sophomores
We are currently reviewing our parking policy and will be communicating any updates to the policy and procedures around August 1st, 2017. If the policy is amended, you will be informed of the new system for requesting a parking permit. If the policy is not amended, the requests will be reviewed at that time. If you have any questions, please email Dan Hirsch (Associate Dean of Students) at email@example.com.
Juniors & Seniors
1. Go to http://vehcite.cuc.claremont.edu/vehcite/login.asp (this link is only accessible on campus).
2. Click on “Create New Account-Student” and enter your ID number from your Pitzer ID card, or login if you already have an account.
3. Complete the required information or update existing information. If you are unable to create an account or login, a representative from Campus Safety can assist you.
4. Bring your Pitzer ID, driver’s license, and DMV registration to the McConnell Lobby on Thursday during the third week of classes from 9 AM-12 PM or 1 PM-3 PM to pick up your parking permit or renewal sticker (look for emails for specifics). First years and sophomores must also bring confirmation that their parking permit request was approved.
If you miss the on-campus registration, stop by the Campus Safety office from 8-5 PM, Mon-Fri.
Where can Pitzer students park?
1. Holden Lot – East of McConnell in spots that are not specifically labeled for another purpose.
2. Pitzer Road – there are few spots at the end that are not labeled.
3. East Mesa Lot – in spots that are not specifically labeled for another purpose.
What happens if I lose my ID card?
Please obtain new ID cards (in the event of loss or non-functioning card) at the Claremont University Consortium (CUC) Connection, 800 N. Dartmouth Ave., Claremont, CA. 91711 or 909.607.2273 (7CARD). The CUC Connection is located at the south entrance of the Honnold-Mudd Library. There is no cost for a damaged ID card if you bring the damaged ID card to the CUC Connection and the cost for a new card is currently $15. Residents living in PAS & W.E. Halls will need to have their new ID card coded by the Housing Office in order to have access to their room.
What happens if I lose my keys?
If you lose your key, it is important that you notify your Residence Director immediately to initiate a lock/core change. Charges for lock changes will be placed on your student account. Please refer to the Student Handbook for general charges.
What happens if I lose my roommate mid-summer?
If your roommate decides not to return to the College at any time, you will receive a new roommate. A confirmation will be sent to you via Pitzer email as soon as a new roommate has been assigned to you.
I would like to have cable TV in my room. What do I do?
Pitzer College does not have cable in residence halls rooms, but each residence hall living room (E. Sanborn Living Room, West Hall Living Room, and Mead Living Room) has cable TV. Students are welcome to contract with Time Warner individually if they would like cable TV in their rooms. Students should contact Time Warner to set-up an appointment for Fridays. Then the student should contact Pitzer Facilities at 909-607-2226 to let them know their appointment time so a representative from Facilities can be present to let Time Warner into the proper electrical closets in the building. Any questions? Please contact facilities!
Setting up your phone extension
If you would like to have your room extension activated, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information: Name, contact telephone number, email address, and room number. Your request will be sent to the CUC Telephone Office. Each request may take up to 5 business days to complete.
Students are able to change their meal plans through MyCampus portal. After logging on, click on the meal plan tab. The deadline to change meal plans vary by semester.
Flex dollars vs. Claremont Cash – What’s the difference?
All students of the Claremont Colleges have a Claremont Cash account established as soon as their ID card is created. Funds may be deposited in an account by cash, check, money order and credit card (Visa and MasterCard) at The Claremont Card Center or online at http://cards.cuc.claremont.edu. You may use these funds to purchase meals, books, sweatshirts and any other goods sold at locations accepting Claremont Cash. Unused funds will roll-over from one year to the next. There are no cash withdrawals permitted until you terminate, withdraw or graduate from the College.
Flex dollars are attached to the 16 and 12 meal plan. You may use flex dollars in the dining hall and other eateries on campus such as the Grove House and Pit-Stop. Flex dollars do not roll over in to the next semester so it is suggested that you use your flex dollars before the end of the semester.
I want to have my bed adjusted. How do I do this?
Any bed modification request (raising, lofting, or lowering) must be submitted before residents move into the hall for fall semester. Residents will be able to access an online form to request these bed modifications by visiting the housing page on Sakai. All bed modification requests must be completed no later than the end of the second week of every semester at 5:00 pm. No late requests will be accepted.
I need something in my room or bathroom repaired. What should I do?
If anything in your room or a common area in the residence hall is in need of repair, please fill out a work order online. After 5 p.m. and on weekends, please call the RA on duty for an emergency work order.
If something is leaking water, please contact the RA on duty immediately!
If computer service is needed, please contact Information Technology at email@example.com.