2021

Archives for 2021.

Scholarship Fest Ends March 2

This year’s Scholarship Fest is almost over. With nearly 300 scholarships and thousands of dollars ready to be awarded, now’s the time for students to apply. Most scholarships close March 2 (and some even sooner). Some require additional materials like a short essay…

Share Your Opinion about PolyCentric

PolyCentric, the university’s news center, is undergoing a redesign in order to better serve the needs of students, faculty, staff and community members. The goal is to improve the site’s design and content as well as its searchability and usability.…

No In-Person Events

Consistent with California Department of Public Health recommendations, we are promoting social distancing by canceling all events and gatherings on or off campus through at least April 30. No public gatherings of any size affiliated with the university are permitted either…

Suit Up

CPP’s Clothes Closet is partnering with JCPenney for the biannual event Suit Up, which offers an extra 30 percent off professional attire through Feb. 28 This opportunity allows for all CPP community members to improve their professional look. To receive the…

Must-See Documentary “Bullied”

The documentary “Bullied,” written and directed by Tom Keith, an adjunct faculty member of philosophy and gender studies, can now be streamed for free on Tubi. The film, which explores the reasons, consequences and solutions to bullying in schools, premiered…

Connecting with the Land

Alex Armendariz, a master’s student in regenerative studies, wants to become an advocate for sustainable food production in urban Indigenous communities. His dedication earned him recognition as a President’s Scholar, an award that honors exceptional graduate and undergraduate students annually…

Celebrating Black History Month

Throughout February, there are a variety of opportunities to celebrate Black History Month with the Cal Poly Pomona community. The Division of Student Affairs is hosting online events throughout the month, which kicked off with a celebration of Blackness on Feb. 9, that explored…