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First-Day Photos

With fall semester underway, there is plenty of excitement to see some familiar faces again, even if it’s on a computer screen. Whether you’re a CPP student, faculty or staff member, post your first-day-of-school photos on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook…

What To Do With Old Bananas?

In the latest episode of quarantine kitchen, College of Business Administration lecturer and culinary teacher Laura Pohopien turns aging bananas into beautiful banana nut chocolate chip gluten-free muffins using a few ingredients you probably already have in your pantry. Check…

Basic Needs Assistance

In addition to emergency grants, the Broncos Care Basic Needs Programmaintains a resource list with information on housing, financial help, food resources, mental health, technology assistance and more. For general questions, email basicneeds@cpp.edu.…

Emergency Funding for Undocumented Students

Cal Poly Pomona is offering emergency grants to undocumented students who have been impacted by COVID-19. DACA, non-DACA and TPS students are eligible to apply. Funding is limited and will be disbursed based on student need and time of submission.…

Free Software for Students

CPP students can get software downloads for programs like Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Cloud and more. View the list and download programs on the Student Software webpage.…

Farm Store Open for Business

Summer squash, corn and watermelon are in season at the Cal Poly Pomona Farm Store. Come get Cal Poly Pomona-grown produce and other items. Employees are regularly cleaning surfaces and door handles, wearing gloves, masks and using hand sanitizer. Sanitizer…

Mental Health Support

Students seeking support can reach Counseling and Psychological Services by phone at 909-869-3220, private message via Instagram or Twitter, or by email at caps@cpp.edu. Be sure to provide your name, Bronco ID, phone number and availability. CAPS also maintains a COVID-19 resource page.…

Laptops for New Students

Virtual education has become the new normal, and our students have been resilient navigating these changes. But owning a laptop can be a financial struggle for some students, and not having access to one will prevent them from reaching their…

Major League Debut

Cody Ponce, who played baseball at Cal Poly Pomona from 2013-2015, made his major league debut on Aug. 2, for the Pittsburgh Pirates. The pitcher became the 12th former CPP player to play in the major leagues. Ponce was drafted…