Watch a recent discussion on campus of the Oscar-nominated film “The Barber of Little Rock” with one of its directors, John Hoffman, and the film’s subject, Arlo Washington (pictured).
Pitzer College is recognized for the 15th consecutive year for producing a high number of student recipients of Fulbright awards.
Beihua Guo ’21 explores California's water wars in his photos as part of a new grant project sponsored by The Aftermath Project.
Pitzer receives a 2024 Carnegie Elective Classification for Community Engagement as students, faculty, and partners turn knowledge into action.
A distinctive liberal arts and sciences college located in Southern California, Pitzer links academic achievement, social responsibility, and community involvement.
The Pomona-Pitzer women’s swim and dive team wins the 2024 SCIAC Championship.
Hayley Blain-Weinstein ’91 talks about her reality TV casting career from Extreme Makeover to The Price Is Right.
The Presidential Initiative on Constructive Dialogue facilitated a conversation between Salam Al-Marayati and Daniel Sokatch.
Registration is open for students interested in continuing their education in an atmosphere distinct from the traditional school year.
Professor Bahar Acu takes two students to an immersive math village in Turkey with funding from Pitzer’s Institute for Global/Local Action & Study.
Pitzer’s Season of Giving campaign netted more than $1.1 million, doubled from last year thanks to alumni and families’ support.
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Join a Pitzer College campus tour with student guides Natalia and Stephen. Discover how students, faculty and staff live Pitzer’s innovative and inspiring core values: Social Responsibility; Environmental Sustainability; Intercultural Understanding; Interdisciplinary Learning and Student Engagement. Natalia and Stephen walk you through our campus from the LEED-certified residential halls to our academic programs such as media studies, Keck Science program and environmental analysis.
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