Self-Guided Tour Cal Poly Pomona Visitor & Information Centers 19 Courses are taught by faculty from different disciplines on campus, and students from any major at Cal Poly Pomona or the public (through the College of the Extended University) may take courses or complete a 30-unit resident or a non-resident minor program.
Classroom lectures address issues of regenerative and sustainable systems at many scales ranging from local to global and hands-on laboratories provide the opportunities to “learn by doing.” Lectures and labs focus on integrated systems, emphasizing the critical relationships between community building, energy, water, shelter, food production, waste and other essential functions while determining appropriate levels of human intervention in the environment.
Motor Development Clinic, #43 Cal Poly Pomona’s Motor Development Clinic was established in 1979 to fulfill the needs of children in the local community who have some type of movement difficulty.
The clinic has three main goals in providing its services: to provide movement therapy for children between the ages of five and thirteen who are experiencing movement problems; to provide parents with the concepts and materials that will supplement clinical experience at home; and to provide practical experience in working with children for Cal Poly Pomona students who wish to enhance their teaching abilities with meaningful, practical activities.
Today, the Motor Development Clinic at Cal Poly Pomona is the largest program in the area for children experiencing movement problems.
The summer program allows the children to experience a variety of movement experiences in a realistic adapted physical education setting.
During the school year, the emphasis is on the improvement of individual motor skills and on the enhancement of the children’s behavior within the movement setting.
Parents, school districts or other interested parties can simply write or phone the Motor Development Clinic for an application form, (909) 869-4030.
New clients are welcomed each Summer Quarter.
NASA Commercialization Center, #220 The Commercialization Center, developed in partnership with NASA, assists companies commercializing a product, when NASA funds the technology development.
The NASA and Cal Poly Pomona partnership led to NCC piloting the first chapter of a program specifically for small technology companies that have received funding through its Small Business Innovative Research Program (SBIR).
NASA is now rolling the program out nationally.
The NASA Commercialization Center is part of a larger program called AccelTech that helps early stage companies attain and accelerate growth.
More than 20 companies are either leasing space or participating in intense programs.
AccelTech is spawning collaborations with faculty, opportunities for student internships, and joint writing.
Real Estate Research Council (RESC) RESC is a university resource that furnishes information and quarterly analysis on real estate, mortgage lending, construction and related industries in Northern and Southern California.
Sponsoring members include Bank of America, FNC, Inc., First American Real Estate Solutions and Wells Fargo Bank.
Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch, #79 Come for lunch or dinner at the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch where current Cal Poly Pomona students will dazzle you with the skills they have developed from their Collins School of Hospitality Management classes.
The Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch is open October through May to both the campus community and the general public.
For reservations, or to inquire about special dining events, contact the Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch at (909) 869-4700. 20 Cal Poly Pomona Visitor & Information Centers Self-Guided Tour University Village, #200 Students who want to live on campus but prefer apartment life should consider the University Village where you can live a little more independently in an apartment adjacent to campus.
Two- and four-bedroom furnished apartments include a full kitchen, living room and individual bathrooms, as well as over 40 cable channels including MTV, VH-1, and ESPN.
Also included in monthly rent are all utilities except basic phone services.
Recently, the University Village just completed Phase III, which created 120 new apartments, all single bedrooms, for 472 students; a new community center; new data/telecommunications infrastructure and upgraded landscaping.
The University Village, which is located on Temple Avenue near South Campus Drive, offers picnic areas with barbecues; a swimming pool; table tennis; pool table; lighted, and full-size basketball courts.
Gated parking and a shuttle to other campus locations are also available.
To live at the University Village, students must be at least 21 years of age and/or have completed at least 36 units.
Over 1,200 students live at the University Village.
A team of live-in Foundation Housing Services employees staffs the University Village.
The Residence Life Manager and two Residence Directors are the professionals responsible for the general supervision and management of the community.community Advisors are paraprofessional student staff that receives ongoing training to assist and advise students.
The Residence Life Team is also responsible for programming within the Village.
Some past programs have included barbecues, dances, and costume parties.
Events are open to all residents and their guests.
For questions or to schedule a tour, feel free to call at (909) 869-4242, Monday-Friday, 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.
Also, visit the web site: cppvillage.com.
Kellogg Arabian Horse Center, #29 The W.K.
Kellogg Arabian Horse Center hosts the Sunday Arabian Horse Shows, our oldest campus tradition that was first started by W.K.
Kellogg in 1926.
Public performances are given on the first Sunday of the month, October through May, at 2 pm.
The program, featuring the Arabian as an English, western, stock, and jumping horse, is planned and produced by students working with horses they have trained.
The Cal Poly Pomona Sunday Arabian Horse Show is designed to promote interest in the Arabian breed and demonstrate the horse’s versatility, beauty, and intelligence, as well as to offer valuable experience for students in handling horses.
The Arabians are utilized in the animal science courses related to the ever-expanding field of light horse production, research, and training.
The Kellogg Ranch has long been one of the world’s outstanding Arabian horse breeding farms, and the university continues the breeding program today, perpetuating the Arabian and making valuable blood lines available to the public.
The Arabian horse breeding program is the oldest in the United States and the fifth largest in the country.
More than 70% of the domestic Arabian bloodstock in this country can trace its lineage to the original Kellogg breeding program.
The Kellogg Arabians are a noted attraction for thousands of Southern Californians and tourists who view the show each year.
Kellogg Arabian Horse Library, #26 The W.
Kellogg Arabian Horse Library is a collection of Arabian horse materials located in a separate room in the University Plaza.
The collection mainly consists of books and periodicals, both current and out-of-print, dealing with the Arabian horse.
The Library attempts to collect and preserve all types of Arabian horse information whether in printed or non-printed format, and includes books, pamphlets, artwork, brochures, newsletters, videotapes, magazines, newspapers, photographs, letters, manuscripts, and reports.
The collection is a research facility for university students and personnel as well as interested persons outside the academic community.
Self-Guided Tour Cal Poly Pomona Visitor & Information Centers 21 Cal Poly Pomona Facts & Figures President: Dr.
Michael Ortiz, 2003-present Past Presidents: Bob H.
Suzuki, 1991-2003; Hugh O.
La Bounty, 1978-1991; Robert C.
Kramer, 1966-1977; Julian McPhee, 1938-1966 Instrumentum Disciplinae (Application of Knowledge) Cal Poly Pomona is part of the largest system of higher education in the country, the California State University system (CSU), granting bachelor’s and master’s degrees in 1,800 degree programs.
Nearly 450,000 students (2008-09) attend 23 CSU campuses.
Western Association of Schools and Colleges; California Commission on Teacher Credentialing; Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business; Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology; American Society of Landscape Architects; American Planning Association; National Architectural Accrediting Board; National Association of Schools of Art and Design; American Chemical Society; Computing Sciences Accreditation Board; Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration; Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care, Inc.; Accreditation Commission for Programs in Hospitality Administration; Individual programs and departments are also approved by accreditation boards and councils.
Learn By Doing Green & Gold Billy Bronco Broncos (adopted in 1940) University Motto: Affiliation: Accreditation: Philosophy: School Colors: Mascot: Nickname: MISSION To advance learning and knowledge by linking theory and practice in all disciplines, and to prepare students for lifelong learning, leadership and careers in a changing, multicultural world MAIN CAMPUS 3801 West Temple Avenue Pomona, California 91768 (909) 869-7659 (POLY) www.csupomona.edu ACADEMIC CALENDAR The Quarter System is comprised of four quarters, 11 weeks each – Fall (late September to early December); Winter (early January to middle March); Spring (late March to middle June); Summer (late June to early September).
ACADEMIC COLLEGES Cal Poly Pomona has eight academic colleges and open education: Agriculture Business Administration Education & Integrative Studies Engineering Environmental Design Letters, Arts & Social Sciences Science Collins College of Hospitality Management Extended University (open education, certificate programs) DEGREE/PROGRAM OFFERINGS Cal Poly Pomona awards bachelor’s degrees in 64 areas, 80 minors, master’s in 23, credentials in 4 and certificates in 17.
It offers an Ed.D.
In education, jointly with UC Irvine.
Altogether, Cal Poly Pomona offers 103 fields of study. 22 Cal Poly Pomona Visitor & Information Centers Self-Guided Tour
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