Welcome letter from President Kuan:
As a school which is United Methodist in origin and affiliation and ecumenical and interreligious in spirit, Claremont School of Theology strives to be a truly diverse and multicultural community. The residents in our housing come from many different countries and diverse ethnic, cultural, and religious backgrounds. Living together in such a community, our students and their families learn what it means to be good neighbors to one another. As President, I welcome you to explore living in such a diverse and multicultural community to “create a difference for the world we live in.”
Kah-Jin Jeffrey Kuan
Introduction to Housing:
Claremont School of Theology offers a remarkable variety of on-campus apartments for singles, couples and families. All units are unfurnished and they range from single rooms with kitchenettes to three-bedroom/two-bath units. All housing areas have laundry facilities, picnic areas, playgrounds for children and ample parking. The apartments also are in the Claremont Unified School District, affording parents and their children access to top quality public education.
In addition to saving commuting time, students who live on campus have available to them many campus activities and services. Lectures, plays, art exhibits, movies in Mudd theater, limited food service and the library are just steps away. On-campus housing is also an international experience, with neighbors coming from across the nation and around the world, making for a dynamic and multicultural living experience.
Applications submitted by Claremont School of Theology and Bayan Claremont students for Fall housing MUST be submitted by the May 1st deadline to receive priority assignment. Advance reservations and administration fees are required to secure housing availability. Submission of application and reservation fee does not guarantee placement.
Housing priority is offered to full-time (9-units) students who are actively enrolled at Claremont School of Theology or Bayan Claremont. Priority is determined as follows:
1) International students 2) First-year students 3) Other full-time students
Full-time students are defined as degree-seeking students enrolled in a minimum of 9 credits per semester or maintenance and matriculation.
New housing rates are effective June 1 of each calendar year. Rates include utilities as of June 1, 2015.
Pets are allowed on a limited basis with a nonrefundable Pet Fee and the express approval of housing officials.