Safer Return at Cal Poly Pomona

Student Life

Cal Poly Pomona recognizes the desire for students to be connected and engaged with their clubs and organizations, affinity groups, Greek life chapters, ASI and other campus communities that remain an important part of the college experience as they return for Fall semester.

As LA County Health guidelines are updated and we initiate a safer return to campus, the Division of Student Affairs and ASI will announce changes to these areas of campus, including any re-opening initiatives at the BRIC or BSC. The university is currently planning for a hybrid student engagement model that includes on-campus events.

Clubs and organizations will be provided information to ensure they have everything they need to properly host an in-person activity based on guidelines.

For questions or resources, contact the Office of Student Life & Cultural Centers at oslcc@cpp.edu.

(Page updated 6/3/2021)

Yes - the University is currently developing a hybrid engagement model that will include some in-person events, based on guidelines. As guidelines continue to evolve, student engagement experiences will follow suit.

The BRIC will operate on a pilot reopening beginning June 14. This pilot is only for Cal Poly Pomona students (enrolled in summer 2021 classes or continuing students) and recent alumni. Incoming first-year and incoming transfer students are not eligible to use the BRIC until fall 2021. For details regarding eligibility, BRIC membership, how to make a reservation, what you need to do before coming to campus, FAQs and more, visit the BRIC Pilot Reopening webpage.

Stay tuned for more information from ASI regarding when the BSC will open. By fall, all ASI facilities anticipate operating close to normal in terms of capacity, based on guidelines.