Resource Fair

Virtual Admitted Student Day – Resource Fair

Program Descriptions

Learn more about each of the sessions offered during the Resource Fair to decide which ones you’d like to attend. 

REMINDER: All sessions will be recorded and emailed to you after the event. So, if you’re not able to make one of them, you can always catch it later.


Meet Your Admission Counselors
1:40-4:00 PM

Drop in with your admission counselor! Our admission counselors will be available throughout the Resource Fair to answer any question you may have, or just to say hi and make an introduction. They are the ones who read your application, so they’d love to get to meet you face-to-face.

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Career Services 
Session 1: 2:40-3:20 PM
Session 2: 3:20-4:00 PM

Our Career Services office is here for students from the moment they set foot on campus until long after they’ve graduated. They assist students and alums in finding jobs and internships and generally chasing their career dreams. Join Brad Tharpe, Director of Career Services, to learn what our students do post-Pitzer, and how we support your career journey once you get here. 

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Community Engagement Center (CEC)
Session 1: 1:40-2:20 PM
Session 2: 2:20-3:00 PM

The Community Engagement Center supports Pitzer faculty, students, staff and community partners in forwarding social responsibility and community engagement in the surrounding area through research, service, and advocacy. If you want to learn how you can get involved as a Pitzer student, join Tricia Morgan, the Managing Director of the Community Engagement Center, to learn more. 

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Financial Aid
3:00-4:00 PM

Have questions about financial aid? Our financial aid team will be going live in a chat room to answer general questions about Pitzer’s financial aid policies and practices. Questions about your specific financial aid package? They’ll let you know how to connect one-on-one. 

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The Hive
3:20-4:00 PM

The Hive (official name: The Rick and Susan Sontag Center for Collaborative Creativity) is a five-college center that helps students increase their creative capacity and practice collaboration across multiple disciplines. The Hive is a colorful and artistic maker-space that allows students to bring their ideas to life through all forms of art. Please join Peri Cuppens (Pitzer ‘19), one of the Post-baccalaureate Associates of The Hive to learn about this special center.

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International Student Support
3:20-4:00 PM

Are you an international student curious about what about the types of support we offer to ease your transition to life at Pitzer? Todd Sasaki, Director of International Programs, would love to meet and chat with you about resources for international students. 

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Study Abroad
1:40-2:40 PM

The Office of Study Abroad helps students to achieve their travel and international study goals. Over half of Pitzer students study abroad, some of them up to three times throughout their four years! Pitzer offers over 65 exchange, cooperative, and direct-run programs around the world. Join this program to learn more about study abroad opportunities with Mike Donahue, our Director of Pitzer Programs and Intercultural Education.

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Chat with the Dean of Students
1:40-2:40 PM

The Office of Student Affairs is responsible for anything related to the day-to-day life of students, and the different resources we offer. Join Sandra Vasquez, Assistant Vice President and Dean of Students (and your future neighbor in PAS!), to discuss aspects of student life at Pitzer including clubs and events, student support services, campus dining, and more! 

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Pitzer Academic Support Services (PASS)
2:00-2:40 PM

Pitzer College’s Academic Support Services (PASS) assists students with achieving academic success. The PASS office oversees academic accommodations/disability and access needs, provides academic coaching, and leads health and wellness programming for the College. If you have questions about possible supportive services you may need at Pitzer, drop in to chat with Gabriella Tempestoso, the Associate Dean and Director of PASS. 

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Residence Life (ResLife)
2:40-3:20 PM

The Residence Life (ResLife) Office invites admitted students to talk with the first-year complex Residence Director, Tasmia Moosani, as well as several Resident Assistants (RAs) about what they can expect from life in the Pitzer, Atherton and Sanborn Residence Halls. They will present a brief overview of the standard PAS room and complex amenities and will take any questions you may have about life on campus!

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Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability (RRC)
2:40-3:20 PM

The mission of the Robert Redford Conservancy for Southern California Sustainability is to situate instruction, research, outreach, and policy work surrounding regional environmental justice issues within national and international contexts. Join Professor Brinda Sarathy, Professor of Environmental Analysis and Director of the Robert Redford Conservancy to learn more about how this one-of-a-kind opportunity could shape your Pitzer experience as a student or maybe even a Conservancy Fellow! 

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Virtual Campus Tour
Tour 1: 1:45-2:40 PM
Tour 2: 2:40-3:20 PM
Tour 3: 3:20-4:00 PM

One of our current student tour guides will lead a tour of our beautiful, sustainable campus (virtually, of course). The following students will be offering tours: 

1:45-2:40 PM – Milena Passage

  • From New York City, NY
  • Sophomore
  • Organizational Studies major 
    • Anthropology minor

2:40-3:20 PM – Jahaan Vaswani

  • From Hong Kong
  • Junior
  • Economics and Psychology double major
    • Behavioral Economics minor

3:20-4:00 PM – Vivian Anable Eme

  • From Piedmont, CA (Bay Area)
  • Sophomore
  • Neuroscience major 
    • Developmental Neuroscience minor

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