Cal Poly Pomona is a member of the California State University System, known around the world for providing quality education that is affordable and accessible. The 23-campus system is the largest public university system in the United States.
As an academic institution, Cal Poly Pomona benefits from strong leadership across campus and across disciplines, in its students, faculty, staff and administrators.
The university’s chief executive is its president, who brings leadership and experience to ensure the university serves its mission, lives up to its values and achieves its goals.
Management of the university is divided into five divisions:
Academic affairs oversees the university’s academic endeavors, including the university’s colleges and departments.
Administrative affairs provides fiscal, human and facility services in support of the university community.
Student affairs provides student-centered programs and services that promote learning and success.
IT provides innovative, strategic and cost-appropriate technology services for the university.
University advancement generates support for the university through fundraising, stewardship, communications and external relations.
A number of organizations are involved in the university’s governance, including:
The Academic Senate is the official voice of the university faculty and the primary consultative body in issues related to education and academic policies.
Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) is the university’s student government as well as a non-profit corporation serving students on many levels.
The foundation is a public-benefit charitable-educational organization that supports the university community. It provides goods and services and develops assets and resources for the university.
Collective bargaining units also represent groups of Cal Poly Pomona employees, such as: