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Scripps College handles this in a unique way: it is a member of the Claremont University Consortium, along with the undergraduate coeducational colleges Pomona, Claremont McKenna, Harvey Mudd, and Pitzer. The purpose of the consortium is to offer the personal attention typically found in a small college, while providing all of the resources of a large university. Accordingly, facilities and services are shared among the colleges. Although Scripps dormitories are exclusively female, the library, campus, and even classes are open to all students from the neighboring colleges. Classes are small and personal, as is the school, which accommodates fewer than one thousand students.

As for recreational activities, all students may participate in the high tea every Wednesday to refresh and relax while engaging in stimulating conversation.

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