The Kravis Center, named in honor of CMC Trustee Henry Kravis '67 and Marie-Josée Kravis, is composed of intimate indoor and outdoor meeting spaces, flexible classrooms, and academic research areas. The building's design creates an exciting synergy among students, faculty, departments, and research institutes.
Designed by world-renowned architect Rafael Viñoly, the Kravis Center creates a defining architectural identity for CMC. Sunny terraces and breathtaking views of the Claremont Colleges and the San Bernardino Mountains set the stage for the growth of the College's collaborative culture.
The Kravis Center houses the Office of Admission and the Office of Financial Aid, as well as the Trustees' Boardroom, the Freeberg Forum, the Center for Writing and Public Discourse and the Poppa Family Technology Classroom.
It is also home to several of the College's distinctive research institutes and centers, which give students a chance to study and effect real-world change: the Mgrublian Center for Human Rights, the Keck Center for International and Strategic Studies, the Kravis Leadership Institute, the Rose Institute of State and Local Government and the Salvatori Center.
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