Congratulations on your admission to Claremont Graduate University! We look forward to seeing you on campus. As you count down to your first day of classes for Fall (August 29), here are the top things you should do as you prepare to begin your graduate studies.
Secure your seat in the incoming class by submitting your non-refundable tuition deposit online at www.cgu.edu/tuitiondeposit. Or you can pay by check made payable to Claremont Graduate University when you return your decision card (included in your admission packet) by mail:
Claremont Graduate University
160 E. Tenth Street
Claremont, CA 91711
International Students: please follow this link for specific requirements.
JULY 16 - SUMMER MIXER - CAREER AND BEER!
A Summer Mixer will be held on July 16, 2016. Come to socialize and network with fellow incoming classmates, alumni, faculty, staff, and guests. RSVP here.
AUGUST 25 - NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
A CGU-wide orientation for all new students will take place on August 25, 2016 (for both Summer and Fall 2016 students). In addition, academic departments at CGU offer their own program-based orientations at the beginning of the summer and fall terms. Learn more at www.cgu.edu/orientation.
Attend your first individual program meeting and meet your classmates and professors.
Engage in panel sessions offered with your health and life balance in mind: diversity, health and wellness resources, and planning for your academic career.
International Students also attend orientation day at the International Place of the Claremont Colleges.
After you send in your decision card, connect with your academic department for information about academic advising and course registration. Also, visit www.cgu.edu/calendars for important dates and deadlines.
If you haven't been here yet, we would love to show you around. To schedule an individual campus visit, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 607-7811. You can also take a virtual tour at www.cgu.edu/map.
With a staff dedicated to helping you succeed, a living environment that fosters academic achievement, and a botanic garden as your back yard; the CGU Apartments offer it all. The CGU Housing Office will help with your on-campus living arrangements. Benefits of living on campus include:
Gated community, free parking, and short walk to campus
Campus Safety Patrols
On-site Community Advisor and Resident Advisor available 24/7
The Claremont University Consortium housing office may also be helpful if you want to live off campus.