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Cal Poly Pomona

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About Cal Poly Pomona

Cal Poly Pomona is known for its polytechnic identity and learn-by-doing approach to education. The university recognizes that students who solve the classroom problems of today have an advantage as employees solving the real-world problems of tomorrow. Faculty in all disciplines apply theory to practice, providing students with numerous opportunities to use their knowledge in hands-on projects, research collaborations, and valuable internship and service-learning programs.

The university offers a unique blend of affordability, access and academic excellence, which helps low-income students reach personal, career and financial success. 

Campus information

Benefiting from a diverse campus community, Cal Poly Pomona is alive with academic, social and volunteer opportunities.

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.

Students are encouraged to get involved and make the most of their college experience. The campus community boasts nearly 300 clubs and organizations reflecting a broad range of interests.

Students can help build the annual float for the Tournament of Roses Parade, take part in national competitions, perform in theatre and musical production, discover Greek life, cheer on one of our 10 NCAA Division II teams. The list goes on and on.

Cal Poly Pomona is strategically located at the nexus of Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino and Riverside counties. The university is easily accessible from the 10 and 57 freeways, 

Accommodation

All first-time freshmen who graduated from a high school outside the local service area are required to complete a housing contract and pay the initial housing fee in order to be eligible to enroll for classes.

There are more than 250 campus activities and programs that reflect the diverse interests and backgrounds of our student community. Students who live on campus enjoy an even greater variety of these programs to choose from.

As a great deal of your time is spent outside of the classroom, the University Village strives to provide accommodations which are conducive to living, learning, and community building.

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Courses available 10

Accounting and Finance 2 Agriculture & Related Subjects 1 Computer Science and IT 1 Engineering 4 Hotel Management & Hospitality 1 Mass Communication & Media 1

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