Mission: CGU's mission is to prepare a diverse group of outstanding individuals to assume leadership roles in the worldwide community through research, teaching, and practice in select fields.
Location: Claremont, California – 35 miles east of downtown Los Angeles
Faculty:135 Core faculty, 96% hold PhDs, 65% tenured or tenured-track, 89% full time, 36% female, 7% ethnic minority*; 82 adjuncts
Students:2,160 graduate students, 66% full time, 54% female, 19% ethnic minority*, 20% international students representing 53 countries. 2,368 total students for the entire year with an academic FTE of 1,224.9.
Student to Faculty Ratio:9:1
Alumni:446 Master's degrees, 132 doctoral degrees, and 96 certificates were conferred in 2014-15. Between 2010-2013, 32% of graduates pursued academic employment and 43% pursued non-academic employment.
Financial Aid:76% of eligible students received fellowships in 2014-15, with an average tuition discount rate of 31%.
Facilities: Beautiful 19 acre, tree-lined campus, 38 buildings. State-of-the-art Internet Access. Member of the Claremont Colleges – Scripps, Pitzer, Harvey Mudd, Pomona, Claremont McKenna, and Keck Graduate Institute.
Libraries: 2,000,000 volumes, 4 libraries
School of Arts and Humanities
School of Community and Global Health
School of Educational Studies
Peter F. Drucker and Masatoshi Ito Graduate School of Management
School of Social Science, Policy & Evaluation
Center for Information Systems and Technology
Institute of Mathematical Sciences
Degrees: CGU awards master's degrees in 45 fields, doctorate degrees in 22 fields, and certificates in 9 fields.
Current Tuition: Standard tuition for 2015-16 is $43,032 for full-time study (12 units a semester) and $500 in student and technology fees.
*Ethnic minority is comprised of Hispanic, American Indian, Black, and Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. The racial/ethnic distribution across CGU students and faculty is consistent with national averages.
Note: Data based on Fall 2014, unless specified otherwise.