As a graduate student at Cal Poly Pomona, you have a lot of advantages going for you. Our student-centered faculty has strong connections to the professional world. Graduate research and internship opportunities give you valuable experience. Learning with faculty and students from different cultures and backgrounds helps ensure you get the most out of your college life here. A Cal Poly Pomona education is very affordable and there are a number of ways to get financial aid.
You are considered a graduate applicant if you have or are completing a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and are applying for a master's degree for professional or personal growth.
You are considered a doctoral applicant if you are a working professional applying for the Ed.D. Program in Educational Leadership which is designed for P-12 educational leaders. Learn more by visiting the links below.
After You are Admitted
Learn about the next steps for the Admissions and Enrollment.
Paying for College
Your college education is one of the biggest, most important investments you and your family will make. You may be wondering where to start in making the right decision. Learn more by clicking the links below.
Cal Poly Pomona integrates learning-by-doing into a broad liberal arts education as well as the applied sciences and professional fields. You gain career expertise along with critical thinking, interpersonal and communication skills.
The opportunities to get involved in the campus are endless. We offer student clubs and organizations, sports, support services, cultural centers, housing and dining, student jobs and internships, and much more.
Visiting the Campus
Less than 30 miles from downtown Los Angeles at the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains, Cal Poly Pomona invites you to visit the campus and the surrounding communities through the links below.