Map from Claremont McKenna
Claremont is located about ten miles west of Ontario International Airport (ONT). Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is approximately 50 miles west of Claremont.
Super Shuttle provides ground transportation from local airports. The Pomona Online Discount link provides a 10% discount for all Airports which include Ontario (ONT), Los Angeles International (LAX), John Wayne Orange County (SNA), Long Beach (LGB) and Burbank (BUR). Use the code Z87GL.
The Los Angeles area Metrolink serves the city of Claremont with a station two blocks from the campus. Take the San Bernardino line east from Downtown Los Angeles, or west from San Bernardino. Once at the Claremont Metrolink station, walk east to College Avenue and then north to access the campus.
DoubleTree By Hilton Claremont
555 W. Foothill Blvd.
Claremont, CA 91711
$119 per night
Please, click here to book through our group sales link. The group rate deadline is October 31, 2015.
Reference CHAS Black and Latino Male Conference when making reservations via telephone.
For information on housing hosted by the Claremont Colleges please contact:
Assistant Director of the Draper Center, Community Based Research & Learning
THIS YEAR’S CONFERENCE THEME IS:
“Race, Class, and Sexuality for High Achieving Men of Color in Higher Education”
The Consortium on High Achievement and Success (CHAS) invites proposals for concurrent workshops to be presented at the 15th Annual Black and Latino Male Conference, November 20-22, 2015 at the Claremont Colleges. Sessions are 75 minutes in length. You will likely have 15 – 25 student participants in your sessions.
Some workshop ideas to support the conference theme include:
- Creating pipelines for postgraduate study / career development
- Educational access
- Highlighting the power of the selective liberal arts college experience
- Classroom climate / developing classroom confidence
- Creating community/ networks of support
- Coalition building
We thank you for your submission to present at the 2015 Black and Latino Male Conference hosted by The Claremont Colleges!
CHAS member institutions receive complimentary registration for the first six participants.
Note: We encourage delegations to include four students, one administrator and one faculty member.
Additional participants are welcome and require a $60.00 registration fee.
If your institution is not a member of CHAS, we welcome your participation.
The registration fee of $100.00 per person will be billed to your institution.
We look forward to seeing you at the 2015 Black and Latino Male Conference hosted by The Claremont Colleges.
Please submit one registration form per institution.
The 15th Annual Black and Latino Male Conference hosted by The Claremont Colleges
Claremont, California November 20-22, 2015!
The Claremont Colleges (Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pomona College, Pitzer College, and Scripps College) will host the 15th Annual CHAS Black and Latino Male Conference. Each year, the Black and Latino Male Conference brings together students, faculty, administrators and thought leaders from across the nation to consider how to best facilitate the high achievement and success of our Black and Latino male students at elite institutions.
This year’s conference will focus on the Intersections of Race, Class and Sexuality for High Achieving Men of Color in Higher Education. At this critical time in the nation’s history, speakers will share cutting-edge research and lead discussions on crime policy, masculinity, race and sexuality.
The conference will also offer workshops to prepare participants to be competitive applicants to graduate, medical, and other professional schools. Workshops will focus on writing a successful statement of purpose and securing graduate fellowships. Students will have the opportunity to meet representatives from leading institutions.
On Saturday evening, students will have the chance to network with alumni from the Los Angeles area.
Please join us as CHAS continues to lead higher education toward inclusive excellence through institutional transformation in promoting the high achievement and success of men of color.