University Updates in Response to COVID-19

University Updates in Response to COVID-19

Campus Status 

All classes and most services are remote/virtual for the remainder of the Spring semester. Employees will work remotely from home unless they are designated by their supervisor as critical to maintaining certain on-campus services and public safety personnel are to report as directed. 

Cal Poly Pomona is monitoring the reports and developments of COVID-19 (coronavirus) and there are NO confirmed or presumptive cases at Cal Poly Pomona. 

Spring Break (March 28 through April 3) will proceed as currently scheduled. 

The university is postponing the May 15, 16, and 17 graduation ceremonies until we can ensure the safety and security of our students and their families and friends. 

Cal Poly Pomona's Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts are posting important updates in real-time. Please refer to the university's Health Alerts website, the Frequently Asked Questions listed on the Health Alerts website, and the emails sent by the Provost or President's Office. Students should send any further questions or concerns to, or by calling the Health Alert hotline at (909) 869-2500 during regular business hours. 

Click here for Collins College-related inquiries. 

Click here to read President Coley’s letter regarding COVID-19 county and statewide orders.