Latinx Student Resources

 Chicano Latino Student Affairs (CLSA): The Office of Chicano Latino Student Affairs is dedicated to providing programs and services to enhance the academic success and personal development of Chicano/Latinx students at The Claremont Colleges. CLSA’s office is a space for students and they offer many resources such as:

Mi Gente!: Mi Gente is a CMC club that hopes to create a welcoming and inclusive community that will support all students who identify as Latinx at CMC in gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to improve their lives. The club is open to Latinx students and allies. More info

La Asociación: La Asociación is a CMC club that hopes to create a supportive environment for international Latin American students on campus through community, events, and discussion about prevalent issues.  The club is open to international Latin American students and their allies. More info

The  Claremont Caballeros: The Claremont Caballeros are a brotherhood that encourages and fosters the ideals of academic success, comradery, and service through community and outreach. They strive to provide a safe space that builds coalitions that affirm and educate about the multi-dimensional, intersectional identities of students of color. More info

Las Claremont Senioritas: Las Claremont Senioritas is a 5C organization that seeks to establish a long lasting social network amongst the female Latinx community through sisterhood that can bring social, emotional, and cultural support. They hold weekly social gatherings for Latinx women to express themselves while growing and developing character.  More info

Empowered Latin@s in Action: Empowered Latin@sb in Action is an organization that strives to equaliza opportunities for Latin@s and other underrepresented groups. They work to bring social, political, and cultural awareness and change to the Claremont Colleges and the surrounding communities. More info

La Fe: La Fe is focused on providing a community of faith to Latinx students at The Claremont Colleges. They are a non-denominational group of students that represent students from Catholic to Pentecostal backgrounds who want to maintain their faith throughout their college experience. They meet weekly to have bible study and there is a chapter for CMC-HMC-and SC. More info

The Claremont Colleges SACNAS Chapter:  The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science is dedicated to advancing minorities in scientific fields including technology, engineering, mathematics, and STEM research, teaching, leadership, and policy. They seek to increase and maintain the number of minority students seeking these degrees. More info