Get connected and discover what it means to belong to the Scripps community. You have the opportunity—and support system—to explore, try new things, and challenge yourself to leave your comfort zone. Join us for On Wednesdays We Wear Green: Show your Scripps pride and wear green every Wednesday! Meet inspiring women leaders in the Laspa Center for Leadership’s “Read to Lead” book reading and discussion series, and take part in a tradition that’s part of Scripps’ history: weekly tea. Take advantage of all that Scripps has to offer you as a member of our community.
With more than 30 organizations to choose from, Scripps students often meet their closest friends, discover a hidden passion, gain new skills, or all of the above!
Scripps Associated Students (SAS)
Scripps Associated Students (SAS) is the student governing body of Scripps College. The function of SAS is to liaise between the student body and the administration, faculty, and the Board of Trustees of the College. SAS plans a variety of programs and activities, funds clubs and organizations, and serves as an advocate for student needs and concerns in an effort to improve student life on campus.
Laspa Center for Leadership
Guided by values of integrity, service, creativity, and inclusion, the Laspa Center for Leadership seeks to advance gender equity by providing distinctive programming, enhanced networks, and experiential learning designed to expand the global influence, power, and impact of Scripps College graduates and future leaders.
If your interest lies in team sports, Scripps provides opportunities for its students to be an Athena through the Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (CMS) Athletics program. CMS Athenas compete in the Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference in 11 sports.