Author Archives: PolyCentric Editor

PolyCentric is Cal Poly Pomona's communications hub. The online publication features breaking news, announcements, events and more. PolyCentric is also the online face of the Office of Public Affairs, the university's central communications office.

Support with Fundraising: Bronco Launchpad 2020

Does your department, program or student organization have compelling fundraising needs to share with potential donors? If so, the Cal Poly Pomona Annual Fund wants to help. They are offering training, consultation and solicitation support to launch crowdfunding campaigns through…

NSF I-Corps Fall Course

Cal Poly Pomona is one of three CSUs that earned a National Science Foundation (NSF) Innovation Corps Grant in 2018. As an I-Corps site, our campus coordinates projects through the various stages of commercialization. Faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community entrepreneurs…

Access University

Access University, a comprehensive library dedicated to understanding and creating accessible technology, is now available to the Cal Poly Pomona community thanks to the Division of Information Technology & Institutional Planning. The resource provides a collection of courses and live…

Labor Day Holiday

The university will be closed next Monday, Sept. 7, in honor Labor Day. The federal holiday honors and recognizes the labor movement, as well as the contributions of workers to the development and achievements in the United States.…

Stylized Zoom Backgrounds

We now have nearly 20 Cal Poly Pomona Zoom backgrounds available for you to download and use, showing off your campus pride. Make sure to check out the five “stylized” ones, which are artistic renditions of campus landmarks and buildings.…

Commencement Update

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the region and the corresponding health guidelines, the university has determined that an in-person ceremony for 2020 graduates in December will not be possible. Various contingency plans are underway for a…

Blackbaud Data Breach

Cal Poly Pomona recently received a notice from third-party technology provider Blackbaud informing the university that between February and May 2020 hackers breached its network and unsuccessfully attempted to install ransomware to lock customers out of their data and servers. Blackbaud…