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March 6

Landscape Architecture Ranked Top 10 Nationally by DesignIntelligence

Cal Poly Pomona’s undergraduate landscape architecture program was ranked No. 10 in the nation by “DesignIntelligence Quarterly” in their 2017-18 list of America’s Best Architecture and Design Schools moving up one spot.
February 19

Tasting & Auction Will Feature Great Food, Wine & Craft Ale

Early bird tickets are now on sale for the 11th annual Cal Poly Pomona Tasting & Auction on Sunday, May 6. The event presents delicious food from dozens of popular Southern California restaurants, great wine and craft beer, entertainment, and live and silent auctions.
February 14

University Program for First-Year Male Students Earns $100,000 Grant

A university program that helps first-year male Latino and African-American students thrive academically and socially has received a grant to bolster its efforts.

In This Issue

Blue Chip Investment

Cal Poly Pomona has always been known for producing graduates who are ready to take on the professional world because of its learn-by-doing approach to …

A Rich Polytechnic Heritage

For nearly 70 years, Rose Float students at Cal Poly Pomona have sacrificed their free time, spent long nights and weekends applying their classroom knowledge, …

Rose Float Flashback

In 1948, with only 100 days until the next Rose Parade, Cal Poly Pomona Don Miller committed students at Cal Poly Pomona and Cal Poly …

A New Rose Float Lab

With a rich 70-year Rose Float legacy and 57 awards, Cal Poly Pomona has announced plans to build a new $3.7 million Rose Float facility. The …

70th Rose Float

A red panda, sea otter and koala will soar into the sky in homemade planes as "Dreams Take Flight" on the 2018 Cal Poly Universities' …

Rose Float Dreaming

About 25 students pack into a small room on the edge of the Cal Poly Pomona campus at 10 a.m. on a Saturday in late …

Battle Scars

A permanent crease between his brows tells the story of who Larry James Martin used to be. The ready smile, his effortless ability to make friends …

Emerging Scholars

It would be completely understandable if Marwa Mhtar and Su Yeon Kim ('17, biology) someday boasted about earning their bachelor's degrees from The School of …