(MCAPS) promotes psychological wellness for students at The Claremont Colleges. A team of psychologists, psychiatrists, and post-doctoral and intern therapists offer support for various psychological issues in a confidential and safe environment. To view Fall 2013 groups and workshops please visit: http://www.cuc.claremont.edu/monsour/pdf/Groups-and-Workshops.pdf
Mission: The Pomona College Women’s Union provides a safe space for people of all genders to gather. The WU promotes discourse and provides support for all students and members of our community. The WU holds Thursday noon lunches and co-sponsors events. The WU is a chill, quiet place to study — with comfy couches, lots of pillows, cool stuff to read, current magazines, yoga mats, craft supplies, and even snuggies.
Location: The Women’s Union is on the 2nd floor, southeast side of Walker on Pomona’s north campus.
Hours: The WU is open Sun-Thurs from 4-11pm and 12-7pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Mission: The Queer Resource Center is a 7 College resource center serving the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, asexual, omnisexual, pansexual and allied community at the Claremont Colleges. Their space houses a great collection of over 1200 LGBTQ-related books which can be checked out, used as textbooks for classes or research material for papers, and they also have a wide selection of queer movies that can be rented for free. The QRC’s student staff members work hard every semester hosting a number of fantastic programs in addition to co-sponsoring many other events with various organizations. The lounge and lobby (aka rainbow ski lodge) can be used for organizational meetings, doing homework and studying, or simply hanging out with good friends in a safe and welcoming space.
Location: The QRC is located on Pomona’s campus south east of Frary Dining Hall, in Walton Commons. The address is 395 E. 6th Street.
Hours: Monday – Thursday 1:00 PM – 8:00 PM and Friday 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Mission: The mission of Scripps Communities of Resources and Empowerment (SCORE) is to provide organizational support and resources to empower student organizations so that they may further promote social and political awareness, specifically with respect to issues of class, ethnicity, gender, race, religion, sexuality, and sexual orientation. In addition to offices, a kitchen and lounge area, the SCORE Office contains a conference room for student use.
Location: The office is located on the north side of Scripps campus in the area formerly known as the Routt-Frankel exercise room.
Hours: Hours vary
Scripps Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault
Phone line: (909)-214-2138
As of February 15th, Scripps Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault began taking calls on our phone line. Scripps Advocates is a new student organization dedicated to providing peer support and information regarding access to resources on and off campus for survivors of sexual assault. Underlying our mission is our belief that sexual assault is a traumatic, power-based incident and that the survivors are the experts on their own experiences.
The student-staffed phone line is active every day from 8:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. Each student Advocate has participated in 20+ hours of training in survivor support. Community members can also access our website, www.scrippsadvocates.wordpress.com, for information and additional campus, local, and national resources.
In addition to our support services, Scripps Advocates provides on-campus programming to empower our community. This spring, keep an eye out for events and collaborations focusing on education about sexual assault prevention, power based sexual violence, and consensual sex.
Other On-Campus Organizations:
- Asian American Resource Center (PO)
- Berger Institute for Work, Family and Children (CMC)
- Black Student Affairs (CUC)
- The Center for Human Rights Leadership (CMC)
- Chicano Latino Student Affairs (CUC)
- Community Engagement Center (PZ)
- International Place (CMC)
- Kravis Leadership Institute (CMC)