Do I have to turn in a payment with my License Agreement?
Yes, you must submit the initial payment of $300.00 once you have completed your online Student Housing License Agreement. Charges will be posted to your BroncoDirect account. The remaining charges for housing and meal plan will be posted at the end of June and the balance will be due early July.
What if I receive Financial Aid to pay for housing?
If you anticipate receiving or have applied for financial aid, you are still responsible for paying the initial payment. Once your financial aid is disbursed, it will pay your tuition first and the remainder will be used toward housing. If you do not receive enough aid to cover your housing or if your aid is not disbursed, you will be required to pay the balance by the scheduled due date, as indicated here.
What forms of payment do you take?
The University accepts personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders and major credit cards/debit cards. VISA credit cards may not be used online, but may be taken over the telephone or in person with the Cashier’s Office for housing and meal plan payments.
Where do I send my Housing payment?
*New, first time students may make their initial payment through BroncoDirect (online student account), or may walk in or mail their payment to the Cashier’s Office (see below). Instructions will be provided once the Student Housing License Agreement has been submitted.
*Current residents (students already living on campus) that are contracting for the next year MUST PAY THEIR INITIAL PAYMENT OF $300.00 IN PERSON AT THE CASHIER’S OFFICE. The balance will be due in July and this payment may be made online.
To send in a payment:
California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Student Accounting & Cashiering Services
3801 West Temple Avenue Bldg. 98-113
Pomona, Ca 91768
*Make your check payable to CAL POLY POMONA, and be sure to write the student BroncoNumber on the check. Include information that indicates your payment is for HOUSING.
How do I change my payment plan?
Resident’s may request to change their payment plan in writing (letter or email) or by visiting the Housing Office, Building 59, Monday through Friday between 8:00am-5:00pm.
What is IHC?
IHC stands for InterHall Council, which is the student government for the residential communities. The cost is $15 per year and it gives you access to the recreational equipment and discounted entry to programs and activities planned by IHC.