Parenting Student Support


On Campus

Children's Center

Provides quality preschool services for campus parenting students, faculty, staff, alumni and community. Cost of care is income based - visit the site to complete an interest form for childcare!

Care Center

The Care Center on campus (located in Bldg. 97) is the first stop space for wellbeing and basic needs resources. Connect with the Center to get assistance with food, housing, financial and clothing resources. They also assist in times of distress.

Student Event Fund

Funding opportunties up to $1,000 for professional development conferences and workshops.

Bronco Advising Center

The Bronco Advising Center (BAC) can answer your questions about general academic advising, graduation pledge, class registration, acadmic records, financial aid and student accounting

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)

Provides many services such as workshops, group or individual therapy, wellbeing coaching, crisis intervention, and a meditation room.

Lactation Spaces

There are a number of lactation spaces located across campus. Familiarize yourself with them and check back for new locations.

University Library - Bronco Family Space

The Library has a family friendly space for you to study with your children located on the 3rd floor! 

Womxn's Resource Center

Promotes gender equity through empowerment and conciousness raising, and strives to establish a brave space which encourages awareness and discussion of womxn's issues.

Clothes Closet

Part of the Care Center, the Closet provides FREE professional business and interview attire for students.


Ensures a transfer receptive culture by providing resources and programming that connect and support transfer students as they achieve their desired academic, professional and personal goals.

Health Services

Student Health Services provides CPP students with affordable, accessible and high-quality health care. Most services are covered by the mandatory student health fee already included in tuition payments.

CPP Kares

A site developed by CPP students providing parents/caregivers of children aged 0-12 with access to educational activities and resources.

Parenting Broncos Club

Looking to meet other Parenting Students at CPP, join the Parenting Broncos Club!

Office of Undergraduate Research

Starting your research journey? The Office of Undergraduate Research provides greats support. Did we mention there's opportunities to fund presenting your work, check out the Conference Presentation Award section for details!

CPP Connect

Your one-stop hub to make an appointment with a campus resource including advising, tutoring, career services, and financial aid.

Career Center

Are you workforce ready? The Career Center has you covered! They provide resume, cover letter, mock interview, career counseling and more! In addition, view handshake to search a variety of employment and internship opportunities - including on-campus employment and federal work study positions.


The CalWORKs point of contact can provide general information, process documents and provide assistance for submitting verification packets.

Reading, Advising, & Mentoring Program (RAMP)

RAMP's goal is to provide academic and personal support to participants so they persist at Cal Poly Pomona and graduate in a timely manner. RAMP's core services are reading tutorials, supplemental academic, career, and personal advising; and peer mentoring. Our services help students improve reading and study strategies, enhance personal growth, and develop professional skills.

Off Campus

Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) provides federal grants to states for supplemental foods, health care referrals, and nutrition education for low-income pregnant, breastfeeding, and non-breastfeeding postpartum women, and to infants and children up to age five who are found to be at nutritional risk.

Library Access

Many local and county libraries offer free children programming and resources.

Pomona Unified School District Child Development Program

The Pomona Unified School District Child Development Program provides childcare services for parents and children in the Los Angeles & San Bernardino County. The goal of this program is to help pay for childcare services for parents who are employed, attending school or job training.

Child Care Resource Center

Offers a wide range of programs for both parents and child care providers in the communities of the Antelope, San Fernando and Santa Clarita Valleys, as well as the entirety of San Bernardino County.