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.

Update to Face Coverings Guidelines

To adhere to public health guidelines, individuals are required to wear a mask on campus, indoors and outdoors. Fully vaccinated individuals can choose not to wear a face covering outdoors. However, masks are required when attending crowded outdoor events, such…

Workspace Preparations for Repopulation

Environmental Health and Safety and the Office of Emergency Management will hold meetings with divisional leads, colleges and campus stakeholder groups to provide information on the process of preparing workspaces for the June 21 start of Stage 2 of employee repopulation.…

BRIC Pilot Reopening

ASI has announced that the BRIC will launch a pilot reopening on June 14. This pilot is only for students enrolled in summer classes, continuing students and recent alumni. (Incoming students are not eligible until fall.) Reservations are required. For…

Be Active: Summer Session

Get moving! The Be Active CPP Step Challenge, brought to you by ASI, is a competition where individuals and teams strive to stay active and earn steps via a fun and competitive challenge. Compete solo or in a team to…

Farm Store Flavors

This summer, help yourself to everything the Farm Store has to offer including plenty of CPP-grown produce, such as beets, squash, citrus and more. Freshly squeezed orange juice, made from naval and Valencia oranges harvested in CPP groves, is in…

NSF I-Corps Summer Course 2021

CPP 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 are invited to participate…

Summer Camp for Teen Fashionistas

Apparel Manufacturing and Merchandising faculty are offering nine online classes for teenagers who want to learn more about fashion products, technologies and career possibilities. No special skills or equipment are required beyond access to a home computer and the internet.…

Memorial Day Holiday

The university will be closed Monday, May 31, for Memorial Day. The national holiday, which is considered the unofficial start of summer, honors those who passed away while serving in the U.S. military.…