Once you have been admitted, you will receive an official admission letter and an enrollment card that you must fill out and return with your deposit, signifying your intent to enroll.
Orientation typically takes place in the summer shortly before the start of classes. You will receive an invitation to orientation during the summer. At orientation you will have the opportunity to meet faculty, staff, administrators, and second-year students, and receive important information about your program. You will also receive instructions on how to set up your email account and obtain your Student ID card.
A listing of courses for particular semesters can be found by going to the For Current Students webpage. For syllabi pertaining to management courses, please click here for more information.
New students start in the fall semester, and it begins in early September. Fall and spring semesters are 14 weeks long. Regular four-unit classes meet once a week for three hours, for 14 weeks. Two-unit classes meet once a week for three hours, for only 7 weeks. These 2 unit courses may meet in the first seven weeks of the 14 week semester (Module I) or in the last seven weeks of the 14 week semester (Module II).
The FE Program also offers classes during the summer in two, seven-week terms. Summer Semester I (Module I) begins in mid-May and Summer Semester II (Module II) begins in mid-July. Because the summer semesters are only seven weeks long, four-unit classes meet twice a week for three hours.
Every student receives a campus e-mail address. It usually follows this format: firstname.lastname@example.org. You will be issued a cgu email account before orientation and receive your user name and password to log on to the CGU computer network. If you have technical problems, please contact helpdesk located in ACB 109 or you can visit one of the student labs for assistance. Please make sure to have your student ID card with you.
CGU Email Access
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If the professor approves, laptops may be used for purposes directly related to class participation. Professors will decide if laptops may be used during examinations. The Burkle Computer Lab is open Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
If you are planning to park your car on campus, please visit the Campus Safety office (located in Baxter Hall on the Scripps College campus, off of Eleventh and Dartmouth) to receive a FREE parking permit. You will need to bring your driver's license, CGU I.D. card, and your car registration. Campus Safety will not issue a parking permit without a valid I.D. card.
You are responsible for purchasing your own textbooks, case packets and/or course packs, and other supplemental documents. You can purchase most of your required materials at the Huntley Bookstore, which is located on campus at the corner of Dartmouth and Eighth Street.
Of course you are free to purchase your textbooks wherever you like, but be sure that you purchase your books in a timely manner because in many cases there is assigned reading before the first day of classes.
Drucker students can use the free Housing Referral Service organized by the Claremont University Consortium Housing Office and the Claremont Graduate University Housing Office. International students are also encouraged to contact International Place for additional assistance with housing arrangements. I-Place housing information is located here.
Real Estate & Housing Services
La Von Schwab
Tel: (909) 607-2609
Fax: (909) 621-8063
Director of Real Estate:
Katherine Hauser Rubel
Tel: (909) 621-8036
Assistant to the Director of Real Estate:
1229 N. Dartmouth Avenue
Tel: (909) 621-2609
Claremont, CA 91711
Office Hours: 8:30 am until 5:00 pm, Monday through Friday
390 East 9th Street
Claremont, CA 91711
phone: (909) 621-8344
Fax: (909) 621-8549
Office hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday - Friday