Cultural Support and Education Resources
In addition to services offered through Harvey Mudd’s Office of Institutional Diversity (OID), the Claremont Colleges offer a number of resources for cultural support and education.
- Office of Black Student Affairs (OBSA)
- Pitzer’s Intercollegiate Department of Black Studies
- Chicano/Latino Student Affairs Center
- Asian American Resource Center
- Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies
- The Queer Resource Center
- International Place
- Intercollegiate Women’s Studies Center
Voting Resources (National and Local)
Registering and voting demonstrates informed citizenry. Harvey Mudd College encourages you to vote in general and local elections in your home state or here in Claremont.
To register to vote, you must be:
- A United States citizen
- At least 18 years old at the time of the election
HMC students may register either in California, as a resident of Claremont, or in your home state using your permanent home address. If you register in California using your HMC Claremont address, note that your HMC mailbox address is an invalid residential address.
If you live on campus, list the name of your dorm as your address. The dorm street addresses are available by selecting your dorm on the HMC campus map. If you live off campus, use your off-campus street address.
Voting Information and Registration
The following will assist you in registering to vote either in California or in your home state:
- California state election and voting information
- California voter registration and information
- Downloadable national mail voter registration form