Cal Poly Pomona is a suburban campus of 21,000 students and spans 1,438 rolling acres on the eastern edge of Los Angeles County. Ranked among the top public universities in the western United States, Cal Poly Pomona provides a rich academic experience that encourages hands-on learning in every program, course, and activity on campus. The university features eight academic colleges: Agriculture, Business Administration, Collins College of Hospitality Management, Education and Integrative Studies, Engineering, Environmental Design, Letters, Arts and Social Sciences, and Science. In addition, community access to traditional extension programs is offered through the Extended University.
Students may choose to work side-by-side with faculty on research, garner unique internships or volunteer in community development projects. Lecture series, such as the Kellogg Distinguished Lectures, bring high-profile thought leaders to campus each quarter to discuss critical issues important to learning and leadership in an increasingly global world.
Students are encouraged to get involved and make the most of their college experience. The campus community boasts nearly 300 clubs and organizations reflecting a broad range of interests. Students can help build the annual float for the Tournament of Roses Parade, take part in national competitions, perform in theatre and musical production, discover Greek life, cheer on one of our 10 NCAA Division II teams. The list goes on and on.
Cal Poly Pomona is situated in Pomona, a largely suburban city that is part of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. The city of Pomona is located in the eastern portion of Los Angeles County and borders the neighboring county of San Bernardino to the east. The city is the site of the Fairplex, which hosts the L.A. County Fair and the NHRA Auto Club Raceway at Pomona (formerly known as Pomona Raceway), and the Powerade Winternationals Drag Racing competition.
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