Counseling & Psychological Services (CAPS)

Bronco Kindness Project

bronco Kindness project


The Bronco Wellness Center and Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) are hosting a virtual letter exchange program to help students connect while attending classes virtually. All students at Cal Poly Pomona are welcome to participate. 

You can choose to write a letter, or you can request a letter.

Letter Writing Instructions: Looking for a way to support a fellow Bronco? Send a virtual letter to welcome a new student, offer support (to a new or current student), offer words of advice (to a new or current student), or show someone that they are cared about. Sending a virtual letter is a simple gesture where you can show your support to another student during this time of uncertainty. Your letter should be 500 words or less (about 1 page) and provide positive affirmations and supportive messages. You can write your letter in a Microsoft Word document or pdf. Once you’re done with the letter, click the link below to submit: 

Fill out the form at the link below and you will receive your letter within 1-2 weeks.

Terms of Agreement:  

  • Students must be enrolled, and provide their Bronco ID. For privacy reasons all letters will be de-identified of personal information like name and email. You may choose to leave your major, class standing and/or student involvement.  
  • The delivery/receival process of letters may take 1-2 weeks depending on the number of current requests.  
  • Please keep the content of your letter to 500 words or less, about 1 typed page. If your submission exceeds 500 words it may be edited.   
  • You can choose to send a general letter, or send a letter targeted towards a student’s involvement (first year students, transfer students, student-athlete, veteran, cultural center, major)  
  • Virtual letters are meant to provide positive affirmation and supportive messages. Any submission that includes explicit content, threats, or are deemed inappropriate will not be processed.  
  • If there is any content of concern (our primary focus is your wellbeing) a referral to the Behavioral Intervention Team may be initiated to help connect you to appropriate campus resources. 

Questions? Email Jennifer Kohagura or Carla Jackson

Participating Organizations:


Active Minds

African American Student Center

Asian & Pacific Islander Center

ASI Campus Recreation

Body Project

César E. Chávez Center for Higher Education

College of Ag – Peer Mentors 

Counseling and Psychological Services 

Engineering Student Ambassadors

Fraternity & Sorority Life 

Bronco LEAD

Native American Student Center 


Peer Health Educators

Poly Transfer 

Pride Center 

Reading, Advising, & Mentoring Program (TRIO Student Support Services) 

Sources of Strength

CPP Student Parent Group

Survivor Advocacy Services

Womxn’s Resource Center 

The Mind and Heart Lab


University Housing Services

Orientation Services

Disability Resource Center

Bronco Care Basic Needs


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