ENV Emergency Assistance Program


During this unprecedented time, the College of Environmental Design (ENV) is committed to the success of our students while keeping the safety and well-being of our community a top priority.

To address the unforeseen hardship that students face in their academic, professional and personal lives, the College has established the ENV Emergency Assistance Program, which awards deserving students a one-time $500 stipend. To qualify, they must be enrolled in a major within ENV during the academic year the application is filed and be able to demonstrate an urgent financial need with documentation.

A small committee comprised of ENV faculty and staff will review applications. All information will remain strictly confidential. (Note: Applicants will be asked to sign in via the CPP portal to securely access and submit the application.)

Apply for the ENV Emergency Assistance Program

You can contribute to the   ENV Emergency Assistance Program   online by designating your desired amount to the   Dean’s Excellence Fund .

Or, make checks payable to:

Development Department
P.O. Box 3121, Pomona, CA 91769
Memo line: ENV Emergency Assistance Program


The College of Environmental Design expresses its gratitude to the early supporters of this program:

Steve Preston & Janet Whaley * Richard Willson *   Stan Braden  * Danielle Takata Herring *   Kevin Wilkeson * Lauren Weiss Bricker *   Randy & Mona Shulman * Marco Martinez *   Walter Allen III (In Memory of Patricia Allen, '75 B.A. Behavioral Science) * Mary & David Marquardt (In Memory of Howard O. Boltz)  * Allyn Winderman * Shimpei Koyama *  Brian Walker * Bruce Arita *  David Nguyen * Mark McKnight *  Alyssa Lang * Robert Perry *  Wendy Rogers * Janice M. Hubbell *  Tracy Yao * Bernadette Jeffries *  Brian Garcia * Lillian Wu *  Jocelyn Ajao * Jenkins Shannon *  Audrey Sato * Philip Pregill *  John King * Karen King *  Marvin Sawyer *  2019-20 Environmental Design Student Council *  Barry Lehrman * Louise Le *  Juan Gomez * Gabrielle Miani *   Oscar Gomez

ENV is working together with   CPP Broncos Care,   a program that provides critical services including emergency housing, hotel vouchers, meal cards, virtual care coordination, counseling and psychological services. Like the   ENV Emergency Assistance Program, Broncos Care Emergency grants have been established to help meet the rising needs of students facing unexpected challenges during this time. 

Support Broncos Care Program