• Unfortunately, there is no pending meal information for the Malott Commons in the system at this time. Please visit the Sodexo website for information on dining plans, catering, gifts, and more!
  • Summer Construction/Renovation projects. Summer is here and for the Facilities and Grounds Departments, that means construction and renovation time. Most exterior building construction will not begin until 8am. Interior work, where noise will not impact residents or summer conferences, may begin earlier.
  • Malott Dining Commons closing for Summer Break. The Malott Dining Commons will serve our last scheduled meal for the Spring semester on Friday, May 15th for Dinner (4:45-7:00 pm)-NO Sushi Bar that night. Our last meal will be a Continental Breakfast on Saturday, May 16th from 9:00 am-12:00 noon. NO scheduled meals will be served during the Summer Break.
  • LAST DAY TO NOMINATE-2015 Staff Outstanding Contribution Awards. The Office of Human Resources is pleased to announce this year’s Staff Recognition Award Program. These awards honor eligible staff members who have made recognizable contributions to Scripps College. This is an opportunity to nominate and recognize your colleagues. Awards will be presented at the upcoming Staff Appreciation lunch on Tuesday, May 19. Please Note: Nominations are due to Human Resources by May 8, 2015
  • Scheduled Power Outage on Sunday, May 24th. All of the affected buildings will operate using emergency generators that will power just those devices that are considered essential; life safety, minimal lighting, IT and in the Malott Commons case refrigeration/freezer. We have scheduled this project for morning and be completed during daylight to least impact the residents, living in the residence halls. If your building is affected, we need your help to prepare.
  • Presidential Post-Board Community Communication. Another academic year, filled with discovery and growth, is over, and there is much to celebrate! As always, our Commencement ceremonies were meaningful and memorable for the graduates and their families.
  • Faculty Brief- Scripps Professor Awarded for Essay on Absurdity of Life. Scripps College Associate Professor of Philosophy Rivka Weinberg was one of two philosophers awarded by The Immortality Project, a research project funded by the John Templeton Foundation at the University of California, Riverside.