In his first video update of the fall quarter, President Ortiz welcomed students and faculty back to campus, talked about an incident last week that required activating the Safety Alert system, and touched on efforts to improve the student experience.
The commemorative shirts go on sale Thursday, Oct. 10, at the Bronco Bookstore for $7.95. Quantities are limited.
“Build the Future” is one of the themes for this year’s 75th Anniversary celebration, and the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Fund is giving supporters the opportunity to do so with a 36-hour online campaign aimed at raising $75,000.
A construction worker works on the ceiling of third floor of the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex at Cal Poly Pomona. The building is slated to open in Fall of 2014.…
Faculty, staff and students who attended a series of workshops during Fall Conference learned about Cal Poly Pomona traditions, new opportunities to increase course sections, supporting student success, and improving the student experience and advising.
The signals that allow pedestrians to cross Temple Avenue at the western and eastern sides of the intersection no longer operate together: only one crosswalk will be open for pedestrian crossings at a time.
President Michael Ortiz encouraged faculty and staff Monday to honor the achievements others have made in building Cal Poly Pomona in the past 75 years and to help shape the university’s legacy for future generations.
Police cleared University Village and the vicinity Wednesday evening after searching for a burglary suspect.
Students get to know each other during Bronco Fusion mixer at Cal Poly Pomona.…
Police are still looking for a burglary suspect near University Village. If nearby, continue to shelter in place. Suspect is described as black male with black shirt. Do NOT approach. Anyone with information should call university police immediately at (909)…