Claremont Graduate University is a private, graduate institution established in the state of California. CGU is one of seven institutions included in the Claremont Colleges consortium, which provides the colleges with a central library and other resources. While the college offers a wide variety of Masters and Doctoral degree programs, it also offers interdisciplinary concentrations, dual degrees, certificates, and joint degrees. Students attending classes on campus have the opportunity to visit a number of facilities, such as Paul Gray PC Museum, the Albrecht Auditorium, and the Transdisciplinary Studies House.
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CGU is an amazing school and they have the best faculty I have ever seen. They are always opening opportunities for students to network and meet other students as well as professionals outside of the Claremont Consortium. Their programs are top notch, in any of their schools.
Nasya from Azusa, CA
The university includes social justice and transdisciplinary (interdisciplinary) studies in its curriculum. Because I have the opportunity to learn on a deeper level and how each discipline is interconnected, the awareness I gain is not just in my area of study. These things promote lifelong learning, personal growth, and an awareness of others and the world we live in.
Gail from CLAREMONT, CA
Claremont Graduate University is a small campus with big university resources. It has small classrooms that allow you to truly connect with your professors and fellow classmates. It is an innovative and creative place that encourages students to explore and research topics beyond their own field.