Claremont Graduate University is committed to supporting you in all areas of your graduate student experience.

From degree planning within your department and writing assistance to tech support and disability services, academic support is available through a variety of campus resources covered by your student services and technology fees.

We encourage you to learn more about all resources designed to help you achieve academic success.
 

Assistant Vice President of Student Services

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Lisa Flores Griffith

Assistant Vice President, Student Services

Email
Elysabeth.Flores@cgu.edu

The Assistant Vice President of Student Services integrates all of the services dedicated to student success in and out of the classroom. The Writing Center, Preparing Future Faculty, Career Development Office, Minority Mentor Program, and Office of Disability Services work together to provide optimal student support.

Important Offices

 

Important Resources

MyCGU

MyCGU is a campus intranet serving the needs of current students, faculty, and staff of Claremont Graduate University. The site features centralized resources for students, access to important applications, integrated messaging, an event calendar, social media access, and more. Customized faculty and staff landing pages feature information geared specifically toward each audience as well as access to such central services as Human Resources, campus directory, and more. MyCGU’s responsive design works on all devices and was implemented with accessibility in mind.

Student Study Spaces

There are many places around campus where you can relax, study, and collaborate. From computer labs to community spaces, the resources listed above can help you get started.

Study space at and around CGU is plentiful, with varying options to suit your needs depending on your ideal environment. Whether it’s weekly reading or finishing a research paper under deadline, our study spaces offer students the critical resources to collaborate and succeed.