Policies and Procedures
Guide to Student Life
The Guide to Student Life is a resource for Claremont McKenna College students containing information about residential life at CMC, programs and services offered at the College, and ways to get involved in campus life. The Guide includes the policies that govern campus life at CMC. Students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the information contained in the Guide to Student Life. For information on academic regulations, see the CMC catalog and the Statement of Academic Policy.
Basic Rule of Conduct and Discipline Process Procedures
Students are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the Basic Rule of Conduct and Discipline Process Procedures, which provides a detailed explanation of the College's discipline procedures. Click the link for a PDF of the latest version (August 2012).
Civil Rights Grievances (including Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment and Misconduct, Hazing, and Stalking)
CMC maintains several policies related to civil rights, including hazing and stalking, which are found in the Guide to CMC’s Civil Rights Policies and Civil Rights Grievance Procedures. Individuals who believe they have experienced discrimination, harassment, sexual misconduct, stalking, and/or hazing should review the Guide by clicking on the link above. You are also encouraged to speak to the College’s Title IX Coordinator, Mary Spellman, Assistant Vice President/Dean of Students, whose office is on the first floor of the Heggblade Center. You can also contact her at 909-62108114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In circumstances in which the complaint refers to a member of the CMC faculty, please see Procedures for Student and Faculty Grievances Against Faculty Members and for Faculty Grievances Against Academic Administrators (PDF).
The Claremont Colleges are committed to working together when there is an incident involving individuals from more than one institution. If you have been subject to discrimination, harassment, and/or sexual misconduct by a student, faculty member, or staff member from another of the colleges and you decide to make a complaint, the complaint should be made to the home institution of the alleged perpetrator. Please speak with the Title IX Coordinator or one of the deans in the CMC Dean of Students office who will assist you with pursuing resolution at the home institution of the alleged perpetrator.
Missing Student Notification Policy
This policy contains the official notification procedures of Claremont McKenna College for missing students who reside in campus housing, in accordance with the requirements of the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008, Section 488(j). Click here for a PDF of the policy.
If you have any questions or other grievance concerns, please contact a member of the Dean of Students Office in the Heggblade Center.