Our core value of Intercultural Understanding can be seen on campus through our commitment to diversity throughout the entire Pitzer experience. Learn about the different student-run affinity groups below, as well as our Diversity Fly-In Program for prospective applicants. Any questions about diversity at Pitzer or the program can be sent to [email protected].
Affinity Groups at Pitzer College are student organizations that promote safe spaces, solidarity, and support for marginalized students. These organizations embody intersectional and complex identities, such as, race, gender, class, sexuality, etc.
These affinity groups are defined as: low-income students, First-Generation students, Undocumented students, Black and African Diaspora students, Queer/Trans/Gender Nonconforming students, students with disabilities, Chicanx/Latinx students, Native and Indigenous students, as well as, Asian, Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (A/ANHPI) students.