Human Resource Services will host an informational presentation on the Health Care Reimbursement Account (HCRA) and the Dependent Care Reimbursement Account (DCRA) on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at 2 and 3 p.m. in the Bronco Student Center, Centaurus Room. For more information, contact Melvin Alegado, benefits assistant, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Norma Camacho, benefits coordinator, at email@example.com.…
Before we begin the planning process for the development of next year's (2004/05) operating budget, I thought it might be helpful to update the campus community on the status of the current year (2003/04) budget.
I am writing to inform you of a significant change concerning freshman enrollment for fall 2004. Following consultation with several constituencies on campus, we have requested and received approval from the Chancellor's Office to impact the campus for freshman applications beginning with fall 2004.
Cal Poly Pomona welcomed more than 1,000 new students to campus on Sept. 24 at BroncoFusion, a daylong orientation that included workshops, campus tours, open houses and entertainment.
I wanted to share with the entire campus community my sincere appreciation for all of your efforts on BroncoFusion. The event proved to be a huge success, showcasing Cal Poly Pomona in its most positive light. More than 1,000 new students, most of them commuters, registered to attend mixers and workshops, buy parking permits and textbooks, acquire their Bronco ID, enjoy dinner with faculty and attend a special concert.
A key project to enhance the campus infrastructure, the new pedestrian Olive Lane walkway beautifies the campus and upgrades the way people move through Cal Poly Pomona. The walkway is a direct result of the Campus Master Planning process, which identified the creation of larger pedestrian zones on the campus.
Five years ago, 21-year-old Matthew Shepard?s death at the hands of homophobes sparked vigils, rallies and discussions nationwide. On the anniversary of the day that the University of Wyoming student was found strapped to a fence, beaten and tortured, his mother will speak at Cal Poly Pomona about the lasting legacy of hope and compassion he leaves behind.
The recipients of Cal Poly Pomona?s prestigious President?s Council Scholarships will receive their awards from university President J. Michael Ortiz on Wednesday, Oct. 1.