Any list of organizations at Âé¶¹Å®ÀÉ is only a snapshot. New interest groups and clubs are founded and funded frequently. Some, like The Student Life newspaperÂ and Kappa Delta fraternity, have been around for decades. Others are new, founded when a student saw a need on campus.
Clubs and organizations are one of many ways The Claremont CollegesÂ shine â€“ with more than 8,000 students, youâ€™ll be able to interact with a wide array of other 5C students based on your extracurricular interests.
And weâ€™ll help you find your space: each fall, the 5C Turf Dinner gives new 5C students a chance to meet one another and explore some of these clubs and organizations, or you can visitÂ our to browse organizations anytime.Â
If you love:
- Music: Join a Music DepartmentÂ ensemble, work at the Â or audition for an a cappella group.
- Celebrating culture: Explore one of our many affiliation organizations for ethnic, religious and political groups.
- Helping: Start at the Draper Center for Community Partnerships, and look into clubs like Challah for Hunger, the American Red Cross, or Food Rescue.
- Writing and Photography: Work for newspaperÂ or look into the literary magazine scene.
- Performing: In addition to °Õ³ó±ð²¹³Ù°ù±ðÌý¶Ù±ð±è²¹°ù³Ù³¾±ð²Ô³ÙÂ productions, we have many student theatre productions, dance teams like The , and an improv club.
- The Outdoors: Â is one of the largest 5C clubs, sponsoring more than 150 outdoors trips each year to locations as far away as Utah. One favorite destination is Joshua Tree National Park.
- Connecting: While the 5Cs donâ€™t have a typical Greek system, we do have peer-led fraternal organizations that sponsor events that are open to all.
- Deep Discussions: The Womenâ€™s UnionÂ hosts weekly talks, the Â brings speakers to campus to debate current issues, and the Students of Color Alliance SymposiumÂ hosts roundtable discussions.
- Sustainability: Tend your own plot at the , fix sustainable rides at Green Bikes, or get active with Pomona for Environmental Activism and Responsibility (PEAR).
- Leading: Run for , look into leadership opportunities in organizations like The Student Life or the Pomona Student Union, or apply for positions like sponsor orÂ Orientation Adventure leader.Â