Cal Poly Description
Perhaps the most diverse of the California State (CSU) schools, Cal Poly Pomona features a multicultural student body with many international students. Student life reflects this diversity, with more than 280 clubs and organizations to choose from, as well as many community service and internship opportunities.
Cal Poly Pomona’s academics are similarly varied. The university consists of nine academic units. Some of these divisions are typical, such as Business Administration and Engineering. However, CSU Pomona also home to colleges of Environmental Design, Hospitality Management and Agriculture, which features several unique programs of study.
About two-thirds of Cal Poly Pomona students receive financial aid. The university awards more than $130 million in financial aid each year, and assistance for those who qualify comes in the form of grants, loans and scholarships.
Cal Poly Pomona’s admissions are among the more selective of the CSU System. General undergraduate admissions requirements include college prep coursework in high school and SAT or ACT scores. Admissions requirements for graduate students vary by school.
Quick Facts about California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Mid-size City Setting
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