1938 - The first year the campus is open for enrollment (then called the Cal Poly Voorhis Unit), the first governing body, Student Activities Committee (SAC), is formed and headed by Avon Carlson.
Faculty in all disciplines put theory to practice, providing students with opportunities to apply their knowledge in hands-on projects, research collaborations, and valuable internship and service-learning programs.
Students may choose to work side-by-side with faculty on research, garner unique internships or volunteer in community development projects. Lecture series, such as the Kellogg Distinguished Lectures, bring high-profile thought leaders to campus each quarter to discuss critical issues important to learning and leadership in an increasingly global world.
Our goal is to provide you with resources and assistance to address all aspects of career planning and job search. Choosing your career or making a professional transition is a very exciting process and we are here to help!
While Cal Poly Pomona course instruction has transitioned to a virtual format given the COVID-19 concerns, the university will continue to offer student services. Visit the Academic and Student Services Support website for information and access to various services.
DRC authorizes and facilitates the use of accommodations and services for students with disabilities. Each student receives an individualized set of accommodations based on their specific disability-related limitations. A DRC disability specialist will determine this need based on the documentation provided and interactive process with student.
We believe that the Library should be a home away from home for students, faculty and staff. We also believe that the Library should serve as an important connection to the community.
The definition of the library continues to change as we expand services via innovation and experimentation. Budget challenges will continue and the library will evolve as a result.
For your convenience, this section provides links and information available through the LRC, resources across campus, and resources in the Pomona Community. See Our Services for information on tutoring, workshop, study skills and test preparation.
Health Services is an ambulatory care facility (you have to be able to walk in on your own) offering visits with medical providers by appointment or through Urgent Care for non-life threatening sudden accidents or injuries.
The Residence Halls are conveniently located on-campus and are within easy walking distance to the academic buildings, library, computer labs, dining areas, the Bronco Student Center and parking lots. All halls have a laundry room, study areas, recreation room/TV lounge, and community kitchenettes. Satellite television service and high-speed Internet connections are provided in each room. Each Residence Hall has their own particular theme living community for residents to enjoy. All Residence Halls are co-ed and non-smoking.
As part of your fee-covered basic services, professional Health Educators are available to provide one-on-one education on a variety of health topics at no cost. Most appointments are scheduled for 45 minutes to an hour. Please call (909) 869-5272 for an appointment, or stop in to the SHCS Wellness Center (Bldg. 46, Parking lot entrance) to receive confidential information and assistance on the following:
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). The College of Education and Integrative Studies is accredited by the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing.
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