New Student Programs and Orientation

Finding Community

Students sitting outdoors at scripps

Making meaningful and lasting connections at college is a goal for many incoming students.  Scripps is here to help facilitate those opportunities for connectedness amongst incoming students and with others in the community. Scripps students find community in a variety of ways, including but not limited to clubs and organizations based on interest, identity, community service, philanthropy, sports/recreation and student government. The opportunities listed below are just a sampling of community connections. More information about getting involved will be available after you arrive.

SAS (Scripps Associated Students)

Scripps CLORGS (Clubs and Organizations)

SCORE (Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment)

First Generation at Scripps

CMS (Claremont Mudd Scripps Athletics)

iPlace (International Place of The Claremont Colleges)

OBSA (Office of Black Student Affairs)

QRC (Queer Resource Center) 

Chaplains

CLSA (Chicano Latino Student Affairs)