Safety and Emergency Information

Housing

University Housing Services and Foundation Housing Services (Housing Services), in partnership with Student Health and Wellness Services and Foundation Dining Services, are approved by the CSU Chancellor’s Office to house 500 residents between the two housing programs.

For the safety of all residents, assignments will first be offered to Renaissance Scholars (former foster youth), students identified by the Disability Resource Center, Kellogg Honors scholars, international students and students experiencing housing insecurity. As space allows, consideration will be given to students who have a demonstrated need, have daily activities on campus or have a large distance to come to campus. 

The limited number of students living on campus should ensure they understand and follow housing guidelines outlined in the Bronco Care Housing Pledge and residence hall policy. For more information, residents can contact their RA.

University Housing Services can be contacted at housing@cpp.edu. Additional FAQs are available on the housing website.

Foundation Housing Services can be contacted at village@cpp.edu or the University Village website.

(Page updated 8/24/2020)

The approved CSU Chancellor’s Office plan will allow University Housing Services and Foundation Housing Services to provide housing for 500 residents. Housing will be offered and based on the specific criteria outlined in the approved Chancellor’s Office plan. Fall 2020 will have limited spaces, community types, and room types. As we are able, we will open more spaces and adjust the policies throughout the year.

We will be adapting our room configurations and community guidelines based on the recommendations of state and local health department officials. This will limit the number of students who will live in each room, which affects availability of spaces throughout the year. Due to the uncertainty and limited occupancy, we cannot guarantee that students will be offered a space. As we are able, we will open more spaces and adjust the configurations throughout the year.

The assignment process will begin the week of July 20. Assignment priority will be based on specific criteria outlined in the approved Chancellor’s Office plan.

If a student is assigned a space for fall 2020, they can cancel until August 20 without any financial penalty. Students on the wait list and/or those interested in a spring 2021 assignment only may cancel at any time and will not be charged.

University Housing Services can be contacted at housing@cpp.edu. Additional FAQs are available on the housing website.

Foundation Housing Services can be contacted at village@cpp.edu or the University Village website.

The City of Pomona COVID-19 Action Committee has put together a comprehensive list of resources, including information on testing locations, drive-up and traditional food pantries, mental health services and more. This list is accessible online by visiting bit.ly/pomonacovid19. You may also gain additional information by calling the hotline at 909-620-2311.