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CPP Receives $1.3 M Grant to Support Student Parents

The Children’s Center plans to add infant care and expand toddler care services and pilot evening care hours, thanks to a four-year, $1.3 million federal grant awarded to the Division of Student Affairs.
Student Services Building

WSCUC Accreditation Team to Visit Campus

A team of reviewers with the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC) will visit campus October 21 – 23. The reviewers are tasked with ensuring that that CPP offers a high-quality education that serves both students and the public good.
Agriculture students Coral Story and Amber Yoder

Life on Other Planets? It Could Be Out There

Astronomy student Christina Vides' research on the search for extraterrestrial intelligence will be published in “The Astronomical Journal,” a major scientific publication.
Lanterman Development Center

Developer FivePoint to Help Move Lanterman Project Forward

With a developer selected and an advisory committee in place, CPP intends to move forward with crafting a plan for the Lanterman site. Irvine-based developer FivePoint and the university are moving toward an exclusive negotiating agreement, a crucial step before development discussions begin in earnest.
Kevin Li with Ball of Fire
Kevin Li and Deck of Cards

"No matter if people forget my name or the exact trick I did, they are always going to remember the feeling in the moment, and that is something they are going to carry and remember for the rest of their lives."

 - Kevin Lee
Magician, '19 International Business

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Cal Poly Pomona Pumpkin Patch

If you missed the festival weekend, there's still time to enjoy Pumpkin Fest. The Cal Poly Pomona pumpkin patch is open Oct. 8-31 and features a corn maze, petting farm, hay rides, sunflower field, pony and horse ride and more.

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The Compass

Stay informed about news and real-time updates about construction projects, road closures, power shutdowns, mechanical malfunctions or maintenance work. The Compass also contains information about construction projects throughout the university. Visit the website to learn about the I-10 Kellogg on-ramp and off-ramp closures in 2019.

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