No. For public health reasons, the College does not intend to offer any campus housing or dining services for the fall semester. Students may choose to stay at home with family, live off-campus locally, lease elsewhere, or contact the Claremont Collegiate Apartments (CCA) to sign a direct lease with them for the fall semester (details here).
We recognize that the decision not to offer campus housing, and the move to a remote mode of instruction, may create additional hardships for students. Students who do not have housing options for the fall, or will be in a situation that makes remote learning extremely difficult, should reach out to TreasurersOffice@pitzer.edu to initiate a process to have their circumstances reviewed by the Office of Financial Aid, Student Affairs, Treasurer’s Office, and other partners.
8/24/2020 Update: As the academic year has now begun, review of applications for students experiencing housing insecurity for the fall has now ceased. Any extenuating/emerging circumstances can reach out to Financial Aid directly to discuss.
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