Harvey Mudd Community Announcements

Update from HMC President Maria Klawe

May 17, 2021

<p>Dear Harvey Mudd College Community, As we close out the 2020-2021 academic year and begin looking ahead to summer and our plans to reopen the campus for in-person activities this fall, I have been reflecting on my 15 years as president of Harvey Mudd College. As you know, the board of trustees held its May […]</p>

Condemning Asian and Asian American Violence

March 19, 2021

<p>Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, Tuesday’s brutal and deadly attack by a white gunman in metropolitan Atlanta, which ended the lives of eight people—including six Asian women—is the latest in a series of extremely violent incidents against Asians and Asian Americans across this country. Begun largely by the xenophobic language used against members of this […]</p>

International Students to be Allowed into U.S. if Classes Online

July 14, 2020

<p>Dear HMC Community, We are very happy to share the news that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has reached an agreement to rescind its earlier policy directive requiring international students take in-person classes in order to study in the U.S. Harvey Mudd values our international students highly and earlier had joined colleges and universities […]</p>

Addressing Systemic Racism

June 24, 2020

<p>Dear Students, Faculty and Staff, Black Lives Matter. We condemn these senseless killings. We condemn police violence. We condemn the crushing sense of injustice that we feel when we hear these stories day in and day out. We believe that no Black person should be afraid of a traffic stop, of a jog in their […]</p>

Message from the President

June 1, 2020

<p>Dear members of the Harvey Mudd College community, I write this message as Los Angeles County again prepares for another night of curfews in the wake of protests in cities across the U.S. This is a time of great challenge, extreme frustration and deep sadness in our community and in our country, with inequities and […]</p>

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