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Impact of Giving

Mitch Hill

A Family Legacy Continues

Transtech Engineers Awards $15,000 in Scholarships to Civil Engineering Students

Mitch Hill (’80, economics) launched Avanade, a Seattle-based technology services company in 2000. After he died in 2013, Avanade created the Mitchell C. Hill Memorial Endowment, which helps fund the Mitchell C. Hill Center for Digital Innovation within the College of Business Administration and houses the pioneering student-run data center.

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Planned Giving

Philanthropic Purpose: Rundback Supports Student Success

“Each one of these students are changing their families. I really believe and see that Cal Poly Pomona is changing the education and economic landscape of California, and our philanthropy is fueling this engine of change.” Carol Rundback (’69, social sciences)

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Carol Rundback
A student takes care of Brooklyn, a new colt at the Arabian Horse Center

Foundation Giving

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Supports Horse Center During Pandemic

In response to the demands that arose due to COVID-19, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation provided $75,000 to the W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center to help maintain the pastures and support the student assistants who continue to care for the horses on campus.

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Individual Giving

Planning for the Future

The Earl Gales Jr. Endowed Scholarship will support Cal Poly Pomona’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, making higher education more accessible to students from underrepresented groups or socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds.

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Ear Gales Jr.
Ron and CPP President Soraya M. Coley

Individual Giving

The Coleys Establish Endowment to Support Innovative Learning Experiences

The Coleys’ life experience inspired them to work to eliminate barriers that separate people and to seek ways to help others discover and develop their talents and fully use them for the betterment of their communities, our country and globally.

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Disability Resource Center Receives $2 Million Federal Grant

The Achievement, Retention, and Commitment to Higher Education Success (ARCHES) program under the Disability Resource Center was established at Cal Poly Pomona in 2997 with the goal of establishing academic support services for students with disabilities. Today, the program serve 150 students annually.

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Cal Poly Pomona students