Claremont University Consortium’s Campus Safety department protects and serves The Claremont Colleges 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

The department is responsible for a number of campus safety and security programs, including emergency management, community safety, security education, and special event management. It serves as first responder to emergencies of any kind and is charged with protecting the persons and property of students, faculty, staff and visitors to The Claremont Colleges. In addition, the department provides around-the-clock safety escort services on campus as needed.

Contact

From On Campus: Dial extension 72000 or 7-SAFE (77233)
From Off Campus: 909-607-2000 or 909-607-SAFE (909-607-7233)
Email: Campus Safety dispatch
Web: Campus Safety Website
Address: Pendleton Business Building, 150 E. Eighth Street, Claremont, CA 91711

Parking

Campus Safety is charged with vehicle registration and parking enforcement. Student parking permits are valid only on the campus for which they have been issued. All parking permit fees and citation fines that are collected become revenue for the students’ or employees’ campus.

All vehicles parked on Claremont Colleges’ property must display a valid parking permit or authorized guest parking permit. All vehicles not displaying a valid parking permit are subject to being cited and/or towed. Temporary parking permits are available at Campus Safety.

Clery Act Reports

In compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security and Crime Statistics Act, Claremont Graduate University published its Annual Security and Fire Safest report. Information is gathered from Campus Safety as well as the other Claremont Colleges and local law enforcement. The latest report is available online.

Sexual Assault Prevention and Advocacy

If you are a survivor of sexual assault, you may not be ready to take action but may want to speak with someone confidentially about what happened to you. The Claremont University Consortium can refer you to several resources that are permitted by the nature of their profession to maintain your confidentiality.

EmPOWER Center

The EmPOWER Center’s mission is to create a culture in which all members of The Claremont Colleges respect and look out for one another, and in which students impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking receive holistic support and care. The Center provides free, confidential advocacy and support to 7-C students impacted by serial violence, dating/domestic violence, and stalking.

In addition, Monsour Counseling and Psychological Services staff and members of the Claremont Colleges Interfaith Chaplaincy are available to provide support and confidential counseling.

Outside Sexual Misconduct Resources

Several local and national resources are available for students and family members who are survivors of sexual violence or sexual assault.

Other Support Sources

There are many sources of support at the colleges. However, many individuals are mandatory reporters of sexual misconduct. You may choose to talk with someone who is not a confidential reporter, such as a resident advisor or dean of students staff member. Unless an organization is listed explicitly as a confidential reporter, it may be a mandatory reporter. Mandatory reporters must file  reports with the Title IX coordinator, and if identifying details are provided, disciplinary action may be necessary. If you are not sure if you want to pursue action, you may want to speak with a confidential support resource first.

CGU’s Title IX coordinator is Assistant Vice President of Student Services Lisa Flores Griffith.

Contact

Harper Hall East, Room 123 in Student Affairs Suite
160 E. 10th Street
Claremont, CA 91711

Email: Elysabeth.Flores@cgu.edu