May 2009

Archives for May 2009.

Parking Fees Increase Begins Summer Quarter

Cal Poly Pomona and Parking & Transportation Services will implement a parking fee increase for the 2009-10 academic year, beginning June 11 when summer quarter parking permits go on sale. The new rates are supported by Associated Students, Inc. Student Leadership and reflect the first increase in five years when current rates were set to fund construction of the parking structure.

Greek Chapter Suspended After Hazing Incident

Cal Poly Pomona announced today that the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and nine of its current members have been placed on immediate interim suspension, pending the completion of both criminal and disciplinary investigations involving alleged multiple acts of hazing that occurred on March 6, 2009. The fraternity's campus accounts have been frozen and it will not be permitted to use university facilities.

Eucalyptus Lane to Temporarily Close

Eucalyptus Lane will be temporarily closed from University Drive to the Bronco Bookstore Building from June 10 to Aug. 1 to accommodate construction on Phase II of the Residential Suites. Road closure signs and pedestrian walkway closure signs will be posted and provide detour directions.

Open Forums for Director of Academic Support and Learning Services

The campus community is invited to meet the remaining two finalists for the position of Director of Academic Support and Learning Services in the Office of Undergraduate Studies. On Thursday, June 4, Dr. Allison Douglas-Chicoye, director of Transfer Services at LaGuardia Community College, CUNY, will be on campus. On Friday, June 5, Dr. Sonya Hildreth
dean of Student Services, Counseling and Guidance at Fresno City College, will visit campus. For more information, visit

Children's Center Needs Readers

Children's Center Needs Readers

Storytelling is a time-honored way of passing information and knowledge from one generation to the next. Volunteers are needed to share those priceless tales with Cal Poly Pomona's youngest students. The Children's Center needs volunteers to read to eager listeners.