Travel Programs

In keeping with the Alumni Association’s mission of providing the CMC community with ongoing opportunities for engagement and continuing education, the alumni travel program offers a variety of domestic and international options to travel with fellow CMCers. All of the travel programs are of high quality and provide professional leadership. Most feature faculty participation that provides a rich educational component to the trips. Many are in conjunction with the other Claremont Colleges, providing enhanced opportunities for fellowship within the Claremont family.

Watch this space for upcoming travel opportunities once they become available again.

Prior offerings include:

Galapagos Island cruises (2003, 2007, 2013, and 2019)
Cruises: Columbia & Snake Rivers (2003), Alaska (2004, 2016), Antarctica (2004), Baja California (2007), the Greek Islands (2011), the Arctic (2014), and Hawaii (2015)
Alumni Colleges in Washington, DC (2000, 2001, 2004)
African safaris (2002, 2006)
World War II in England and France (2008)
Summer Athenaeum Retreats (2009, 2010, 2012) 
Rediscover Cuba (2017)
Exploring Scotland and Ireland (2019)
Summer Euromeets (1989 to present)

In addition, alumni have been offered the opportunity to travel in Europe with the Stags football team. A number of family camping adventures in Southern California have featured faculty members from the Keck Science Department discussing the flora, fauna, and geography of the local area. Other local travel adventures, including sleep-overs at the LA Zoo, have been enjoyed by many CMC families.

If you have travel ideas to suggest, please contact the Office of Alumni and Parent Relations at 909-621-8097 or

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