The following resources are available for both international applicants and newly admitted international students to Claremont Graduate University. For additional information, contact your CGU International Advisors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership works closely with all international prospective, current, and graduating students to provide the services and resources necessary to make their time in the United States successful. The SLDL staff provides advising for all F and J visa holders on topics such as admission and entry to the United States, work authorization, travel, and overall compliance with SEVIS regulations. In addition to international advising, our office works to build a community geared towards academic success, peer mentoring, and enrichment opportunities for professional, personal, and leadership development.
What We Do
Diversity and Inclusion
- Diversity programming
- Safe spaces for dialogue and learning
- Mentorship (MMP)
International Student Services
- International advising (F and J visas)
- Social and educational programming
Student Clubs and Organizations
- Maintaining student club records
- Providing funding for registered student clubs and organizations
Graduate Student Council
- Leadership training
- Advising executive board
As a multi-functional inter-college space, I-Place is an exciting hub of international activity throughout the year. The I-Place of The Claremont Colleges is also a center for cultural exchange and educational programming on key global issues as well as a resource for international students.
Assistant Dean of Students and Director of International Student Services
SEVIS Designated School Official / Responsible Officer