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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…

Office of Equity & Compliance

The Office of Institutional Equity & Compliance, commonly referred to as OIEC, is now the Office of Equity and Compliance (OEC). OEC will continue to ensure the university’s compliance with federal and state laws and relevant CSU Executive Orders concerning…

Welcome to #CPPFestPlus!

CPP Fest PLUS is our virtual welcome back campaign for students. Check out the many online events from now through Sept. 11 to help students connect with others, find out what’s happening and learn about campus departments. Event registration is…

#MaskUp Broncos

Face coverings continue to reach new levels of creativity as the COVID-19 pandemic continues and we want to see our CPP community’s unique masks. Post a picture of your mask to Instagram, Twitter or Facebook using the hashtags #MaskUp and…

A Tomato a Day

Create the perfect summer salad with fresh picked squash, snacking peppers, cherry tomatoes, kale and sweet corn. The Farm Box features Cal Poly Pomona grown fruits and veggies from the Discovery Farm at AGRIscapes. Purchase a box online and pick…

Add Pacific Time to Communications

In a predominately virtual environment, it’s important to remember that not every person studying and working at CPP is in the Pacific Time Zone (PT). To help those living in different time zones, add “PT” to your communications, social posts, websites,…

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.…

Alumnus Helping Stem Educational Divide

The pandemic has necessitated that many students and educators use imaginative solutions to adapt to virtual learning, exposing long-existing problems in the resources for both. CPP alumnus Elgrie J. Hurd III will share his two decades worth of education experience…

Alumnus Helping Stem Educational Divide

The pandemic has necessitated that many students and educators use imaginative solutions to adapt to virtual learning, exposing long-existing problems in the resources for both. CPP alumnus Elgrie J. Hurd III will share his two decades worth of education experience…