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October 9, 2019

Lyanne Dominguez ’13, Senior Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite thing about Scripps: I spent many of my Scripps days at the Performing Arts Center (or PAC) playing alongside musicians from Scripps, Claremont McKenna, Pitzer, and Harvey Mudd in chamber ensembles and the Claremont Concert Orchestra. The opportunity to create and learn alongside passionate artists with ranging academic and personal interests expanded my own […]

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Jamilla Jamison, Director of Enrollment Strategies and Operations

Favorite thing about Scripps: The Scripps Presents speaker series provides amazing opportunities to learn from authors, musicians, journalists, entrepreneurs, and scientists. I still remember how inspired I felt by Lena Waithe’s story, ambition, artistry, and joy. Why a women’s college: Women’s colleges provide an academically challenging environment where students can actively engage with peers and […]

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Jessica Johnston, Associate Director of Admission, International Recruitment

Favorite thing about Scripps: Traditions! From weekly Scripps Tea to Matriculation and Commencement at the Denison Library to the Graffiti Wall, Scripps’s traditions bring the community together across the generations of alums.   Why a women’s college: As a graduate of a women’s college, I really value the alumna experience; something I’ll have far beyond my four years on campus. I’m […]

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Zenaida Reyes, Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite thing about Scripps: In Fall 2019 I attended a CMS Women’s basketball game against Pomona-Pitzer (PP). During the game you really could get a sense of the students’ pride in their campuses, some healthy rivalry between CMS and PP, but also the energy each community offered was contagious, you couldn’t help but chant for […]

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Victoria Romero, Vice President for Enrollment

Favorite thing about Scripps: The 5C environment (5C= Scripps, Pitzer, Harvey Mudd, Pitzer, and Pomona Colleges) allows students the opportunity to expand their social and academic experiences without giving up all the advantages of a small, residential liberal arts and science college. I appreciate the mission of each of the colleges and also appreciate the […]

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Priyanka Singh, Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite thing about Scripps: Engagement is an important aspect of the Scripps community, and it’s neat to see students get involved in so many different clubs and organizations (known as CLORGs) both at Scripps and across The Claremont Colleges (over 200!), but engagement can be whatever you want it to be at Scripps such as: getting involved in Scripps Associated Students […]

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Laura Stratton, Director of Admission

Favorite thing about Scripps: Scripps is a place where students can explore their academic interests, which can be very different – like biology and French or studio art and chemistry. The classroom environment is collaborative and supportive, not competitive, and students are encouraged to share their perspectives and actively participate. Why a women’s college: Equal […]

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Anna-Marie Wood ’13, Senior Assistant Director of Admission

Favorite thing about Scripps: The amazing faculty! As a first-generation college student, I was initially nervous about going to office hours and talking to my professors. But in the Scripps classroom, I felt like my voice was heard. I still grab lunch in the Scripps dining hall with some of my professors to this day! […]

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