New Residence Halls

Estimated Completion: Fall 2019

Project Overview:

Cal Poly Pomona is a burgeoning campus with a growing student population. This growth has prompted the need for additional on-campus housing.

In February 2015, the university announced plans to construct a new housing project to consist of residence halls and a dining commons.

The project, to be built on a small portion of the horse pastures, will also involve shifting Kellogg Drive to the east to create space for the additional student housing and dining facility. The intersection of Kellogg Drive and Red Gum Lane will be reconfigured as part of the project. The horses, which are an important part of Cal Poly Pomona’s legacy, present, and future, will be allotted additional land to the east of where they currently graze.

University’s Long-Term Goals:

The addition of new on-campus housing will help Cal Poly Pomona meet three of the university’s long-term goals — enhancing campus life for students, reducing the carbon footprint by cutting the number of students who commute, and improving safety for pedestrians and cyclists by directing traffic away from the campus core.

Benefits of Housing

Cal Poly Pomona students having fun during Broncofusion

Current Residence Halls

A Cal Poly Pomona student studying in her room

Housing Needs

Employees assess the current dorm rooms