No, students can expect the same services they have come to know from the Huntley Bookstore. The new location will continue to provide textbook services, school supplies, and house the campus Apple Store. Campus apparel will be available through an online kiosk with in-store pick-up.
No, the Library’s books will not be removed but rather moved different shelves on Honnold 1; the “T” books were moved to Mudd 1.
No, construction for this project will run through winter break and conclude early in the spring semester.
The Huntley Bookstore will be temporarily located within The Claremont Colleges Library awaiting the construction of the new The Claremont Colleges Student Center. The new TCC Student Center is being developed under the guidance of TCCS and will serve as a new hub for student activity on campus and provide a centrally located home for the Huntley Bookstore and select student services.
Huntley’s new location will be fully functional by February 2022. For the spring semester, students will need to pick-up textbooks at the original Huntley Bookstore building at 175 E. 8th Street.
The Huntley Bookstore will be relocated to The Claremont Colleges Library first floor. Huntley guests will access the new location by entering the Library through the south entrance by Connection and will immediately see the bookstore upon entering the Library.
Our institutions are growing! The Claremont Graduate University purchased the Huntley Bookstore building to house the new Yuhaaviatam Center for Health Studies, an innovative and multi-disciplinary health research center serving vulnerable populations in the Inland Empire and Indian Country.