Scripps College is a member of the prestigious Claremont Colleges, a consortium comprising five undergraduate institutions: Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, and Pomona Colleges; and two graduate institutions, Claremont Graduate University and Keck Graduate Institute.
Each of The Claremont Colleges is an independent institution with its own student body, faculty, campus, and distinctive mission and identity. Together, the schools form a rich intellectual network with myriad benefits for students, faculty, and staff: joint academic programs, cross-registration in courses, a two-million-volume library, student bookstore, health and counseling services, chaplains offices, and recreational facilities, among others.
Students may cross-register within The Claremont Colleges when off-campus enrollments fall within the guidelines listed in the Registration Policies and Information section of this catalog. There are over 2,000 undergraduate courses offered across the Claremont consortium. Individual course restrictions are indicated in semester course schedules. Scripps College does not separately fund course costs, such as materials or travel costs, associated with courses at other Claremont Colleges.
For more information about The Claremont Colleges, visit www.claremont.edu.