Congratulations on choosing CGU for your graduate studies! Our services, resources, and staff are here to help you succeed. In short, our focus is your success. Below is a sample of important information for you, incoming student.
The Admissions Office helps you navigate through CGU's application and admission process. The office also manages related procedures and activities, reviews application materials, maintains student files, and develops recruiting programs.
The Dean of Students addresses a variety of student interests and concerns, as well as oversees admission, registration, financial aid, student accounts, recruitment, student life, student governance, career services, the writing center, and student wellness, health, and counseling.
The International Students team helps non-domestic students throughout the admission process. Our staff can provide you with valuable advice on government forms, transfers, health insurance, housing, and employment.
The Registrar's/Records Office helps with all your registration needs, oversees class scheduling, maintains student transcripts, helps set and enforce university policies, works within strict federal FERPA guidelines to protect the privacy of your educational records, and supervises commencement.
The mission of the Office of Student Life and Diversity is to provide organizational support and resources to empower students through our peer mentoring program, workshops, social events and student organizations whose mission is to promote social and political awareness, specifically with respect to issues of class, ethnicity, gender, race, physical and learning challenges, sexuality, and sexual orientation.
Offers nearly 2 million volumes in books and collections (journals, magazines, newspapers). Handles interlibrary loans, electronic resources, affiliated libraries benefits, educational workshops, and individual and group study areas.
Check out the listing of services offered to students, staff, and faculty.
CGU students can join gyms of consortium schools:
The Rains Center (Pomona) is $75 per semester. The hours vary and more information is available on their website.Tiernan Field House (Scripps) has daily ($10), semesterly ($150), academic year ($275), and full calendar year ($450) options. Their hours also vary and more information is available on their website.