Residential Halls/Traditional Halls/ Residential Suites

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Residential Halls

Halls Descriptions

The residential halls are first-year communities located on the south side of campus. The residential halls are close to the colleges, library, and Bronco Student Center. Each residential hall houses two or three students per room, with communal restrooms located in each wing.

The residential halls feature staffing, events, and services that support community building and student success. The residential halls have a laundry room, study areas, common spaces, and community kitchens. IP television service and high-speed Internet connections is provided in each room. Each residential hall floor has a theme, with programs and events for residents to enjoy. All Residential Halls are co-ed and non-smoking.

Secoya and Sicomoro Hall

Secoya and Sicomoro have a similar design and layout. Each building is eight stories tall, with communal spaces on the first floor and bed spaces on floors two through eight. Each hall accommodates approximately 450 residents and staffed by 14 student Resident Advisors (RA) and a professional live-in Hall Coordinator. Secoya and Sicomoro feature spacious lounges and community kitchens. Each floor is divided into two wings. The majority of floors are coed by alternate male and female wings. Accommodations are available in Encinitas Hall for students who have a mobility restriction. Rooms measures approximately 143 sq. ft. to 254 sq. ft..

Co-Ed Wing

A co-ed wing is a floor within a residence hall where residents residing in one room identify as the same-gender, however, different genders may live next door or across the hall from one another. For example, a room with female residents may live next door to male residents.

Gender-Inclusive Spaces

Gender-Inclusive Housing is one of the ways Cal Poly Pomona University Housing Services supports students who identify as transgender, genderqueer, or gender questioning (TGQQ). The gender-inclusive housing may be a good fit for you if you consider yourself supportive of or a member of the TGQQ community, and are comfortable having a roommate of any gender identity or expression. Offering this option continues our efforts to create accepting and comfortable communities for all students living within University Housing Services.

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Traditional Halls

Halls Descriptions

The traditional halls are first-year communities located on the south side of campus. The Traditional Halls are close to the colleges, library, and Bronco Student Center. Each residence hall houses two or three students per room, with communal restrooms located in each wing.

The traditional halls are home to college themed communities, featuring staffing, events, and services that support community building and student success.  

The traditional halls feature staffing, events, and services that support community building and student success. The traditional halls have a laundry room, study areas, common spaces, and community kitchens. IP television service and high-speed Internet connections is provided in each room. Each Residence Hall floor has a theme, with programs and events for residents to enjoy. All traditional halls are co-ed and non-smoking.

Alamitos Hall, Aliso Hall, Encinitas Hall, Montecito Hall

The four red brick halls (Alamitos, Aliso, Encinitas and Montecito) have a similar design and layout. Each hall accommodates approximately 212 residents and staffed by five student Resident Advisors (RA) and a professional live-in Hall Coordinator. The traditional halls feature a small community atmosphere, spacious lounges, and a common garden patio. Each floor is divided into two wings. The majority of floors are coed by alternate male and female wings. Accommodations are available in Encinitas Hall for students who have a mobility restriction. All halls have conveniently located laundry facilities. Each room measures approximately 11' x 15'.

Co-Ed Wing

A co-ed wing is a floor within a residence hall where residents residing in one room identify as the same-gender, however, different genders may live next door or across the hall from one another. For example, a room with female residents may live next door to male residents.

Gender-Inclusive Spaces

Gender-Inclusive Housing is one of the ways Cal Poly Pomona University Housing Services supports students who identify as transgender, genderqueer, or gender questioning (TGQQ). The gender-inclusive housing may be a good fit for you if you consider yourself supportive of or a member of the TGQQ community, and are comfortable having a roommate of any gender identity or expression. Offering this option continues our efforts to create accepting and comfortable communities for all students living within University Housing Services.

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Residential Suites

The residential suites are suite-style communities designed with privacy, comfort and convenience in mind. Offering beautiful views of the campus and the San Gabriel Mountains, all suites have balconies, an interior entrance leading into a living room and kitchenette area, with individual bedrooms. Each building has elevators to the upper levels and large areas for studying.

Gender-Inclusive Spaces

Gender-Inclusive Housing is one of the ways Cal Poly Pomona University Housing Services supports students who identify as transgender, genderqueer, or gender questioning (TGQQ). The gender-inclusive housing may be a good fit for you if you consider yourself supportive of or a member of the TGQQ community, and are comfortable having a roommate of any gender identity or expression. Offering this option continues our efforts to create accepting and comfortable communities for all students living within University Housing Services.

Phase I of the Residential Suites is Vista Bonita and Vista del Sol.

Phase II of the Residential Suites is Vista de las Estrellas, Vista de las Montañas and Vista de la Luna.

The Den is located in the heart of the suites community, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner menu items late into the night. Adjacent to the diner is the Vista Convenience Store, stocked with snacks, groceries and a wide variety of prepared to-go meals. A great place to eat and meet!

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