Current Residence Halls

A Cal Poly Pomona student studying in her roomCal Poly Pomona’s four oldest residence halls were built from 1958-1962 to house 250 freshman students each. Two more halls were built from 1968-1970 with room for 200 freshman students each. Phase I of the residential suites, consisting of two buildings to accommodate 414 students, was built in 2003-2004.

A second phase, built in 2010, includes three buildings with room for 622 students. Each suite features four single bedrooms, two baths, a living room and a kitchenette. One-and-a-half buildings of suites primarily are for sophomores and juniors.

The Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies has 19 beds. Four students share a two-bedroom, one-bathroom unit. This housing is reserved for sophomores and juniors.

Visit University Housing Services for more information about current residence halls.