1050 N Mills Ave
Claremont, CA 91711
Pitzer College is a top-ranked liberal arts and sciences college that emphasizes our five core values: interdisciplinary learning, environmental sustainability, social responsibility, intercultural understanding, and student engagement.
Applications Accepted: Common App
Do you require test scores for the Class of 2022? No, we are test blind
Admissions policies for Undocumented and DACA Students: Pitzer College has one designated, full cost of attendance scholarship for undocumented students each year.
Forms Required: FAFSA, CSS Profile
Do you meet full need? Yes
Pitzer is committed to meeting 100% of demonstrated need for our admitted students.
Additional financial aid information: Pitzer offers excellent need-based financial aid and on-campus resources for low-income students. Similar to many other private liberal arts colleges, the total cost of attendance (tuition, room, board, etc.) can feel scary and out of reach, but financial aid can and will make it accessible to you. For a handful of students, given institutional funding through grants that we are able to provide, attending Pitzer can be more affordable than in-state tuition would be at universities near your home. Pitzer also has a strong FGLI presence and several faculty and staff members who identify as First-Gen to college - many of whom attended Pitzer themselves. We have identity groups and affinity spaces on campus for the wide variety of identities on our campus has to ensure that you are supported academically, financially, socially, and emotionally throughout college.
Average Class Size: 15
Retention Rate (percentage of students who return for year two): 90%
6-Year Graduation Rate: 84%
Majors: Click Here
Other: Pitzer is an academically flexible institution that encourages students to explore a wide variety of courses over their four years while also providing them with great autonomy over their work. You don't have to declare a major until the end of your second year on campus, giving you plenty of time to find out what path is right for you.
1,200 Undergraduate Students
12.5% Asian/Asian American
8% Two or more races
0.7% American Indian/Alaska Native
0.3% Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander