Student Success Central

Student Support Services

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African American Student Center

The African American Student Center promotes the retention, education, and celebration of the African, African American and black community at Cal Poly Pomona.
Phone: 909-869-5006
Location: Bldg. 95, Room L110

ARCHES

Achievement, Retention, and Commitment to Higher Education Success (A.R.C.H.E.S.) is committed to enriching our student experiences by providing academic and personal support to help facilitate graduation.
Phone: 909-869-2386
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 214

Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center

The Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center promotes the retention, education, and celebration of the Asian and Pacific Islander community at Cal Poly Pomona.

Phone: 909-869-5023
Location: Bldg. 95, Room 101 (Behind the African American Student Center)

Associated Students Incorporated (ASI)

Associated Students Incorporated (ASI) is more than just student government: we are a non-profit corporation serving students on many levels. These services include Center Court, Games Room Etc., Marketing, Design and PR, Intramural Sports, the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC), the Children’s Center and much more.

Phone: 909-869-2800
Location: Bldg. 35 (BSC)

Bronco Bookstore

The Bronco Bookstore proudly supplies the academic community with textbooks, supplies and tools for the mind.

Phone: 909-869-3274
Location: Bldg. 66

Bronco Copy 'N Mail

Bronco Copy 'N Mail provides quality copying and mail services for students, faculty, and staff at a reduced cost.

Phone: 909-869-3011
Location: Bldg. 35 (BSC)

Bronco Tutoring and University Writing Center (UWC)

Bronco Tutoring provides one-on-one and small group tutoring on an appointment, online, and drop-in basis for courses in math, science, engineering, business, social sciences, liberal arts, etc. (courses other than reading and writing).

The University Writing Center (UWC) offers one-on-one and small group tutoring on essays, the GWT, application letters, memos, reports, research papers, and other assignments. The UWC offers these services on an appointment and drop-in basis.

Phone: 909-869-3502
Location: Bldg. 15 (Library), Room 2921

Bronco Wellness Center

The Bronco Wellness Center provides Cal Poly Pomona students with education, resources and programs on various health topics, including but not limited to nutrition, sexual health, mental health, physical activity, sleep and stress management.

Phone: 909-869-5272
Location: Bldg. 46

Cal Poly Pomona IT Service Desk

The IT Service Desk can help students with technology, WiFi and software troubleshooting.

Phone: 909-869-6776
Location: Bldg. 15 (Library), 2nd Floor

The California Promise

The California Promise is a program that supports freshman students in earning a baccalaureate degree within four years, or two years for community college associate degree for transfer students.

Phone: 909-869-3121
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Blue Counter

CalWORKs

CalWORKs, located in the Registrar’s Office, develops, improves, and promotes the advancement of supportive services in higher education for single parents and low- income families.

Phone: 909-869-3000
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Blue Counter

Career Center

The Career Center provides you with resources and assistance to address all aspects of career planning and job searches.

Phone: 909-869-2342
Location: Bldg. 97 (Campus Center)

Center for Community Engagement

The Center for Community Engagement provides service-learning, volunteering, cooperative education and academic internship programs.

Phone: 909-869-4269
Location: Bldg. 1, Rooms 108 & 318

Cesar E. Chavez Center

The César E. Chávez Center for Higher Education (CECCHE) promotes the retention, education, and celebration of the Chicanx/Latinx community at Cal Poly Pomona.

Phone: 909-869-5035
Location: Bldg. 95, Room L100

Children's Center

The Children's Center provide quality preschool services for campus student- parents, faculty, staff, alumni and community.

Phone: 909-869-2284
Location: Bldg. 116

College of the Extended University

Cal Poly Pomona's College of the Extended University offers a wide variety of educational programs.

Phone: 909-869-2288
Location: Bldg. 220A, Room 209

Counseling Services

Mental health is an important part of your overall health and wellness. If you are struggling with anxiety, depression, substance abuse, or other mental health problems, you can make an appointment with one of the counselors in Counseling Services or a physician in Health Services.

Phone: 909-869-3220
Location: Bldg. 66 (Bookstore), Room 116

Credential Programs

Cal Poly Pomona's credential programs prepare you for the challenges of diverse classrooms and assist you to become teacher leaders within your school and community.

Location: Bldg. 6

Dining Services

Dining Services provides exceptional dining experiences to support and nourish the Cal Poly Pomona community.

Phone: 909-869-6928
Location: Bldg. 55

Disability Resource Center (DRC)

The Disability Resource Center authorizes and facilitates the use of accommodations and services for students with disabilities.

Phone: 909-869-3333
Location: Bldg. 9, Room 103

DREAMers Ally Network

The DREAMers Ally Network educates dreamers and allies about AB 540, the federal DREAM Act, the CA-Dream Act, Deferred Action, and the rights of undocumented students.

Phone: 909-869-6986
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 114

Early Assessment Program

Early Start helps students prepare for math and English courses before their first year.

Phone: 909-869-3763
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 113-C

Early Start Program

The goals of Early Start is to better prepare students in math and English before their first year, thereby supporting student long term success.

Phone: 909-869-4803
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Orange Counter

Educational Opportunity Program

EOP serves low-income, typically first generation, students who demonstrate the motivation and potential to succeed in college.

Phone: 909-869-3362
Location: Bldg. 94, Room 121

Graduate Studies Office

Graduate Studies supports graduate students across all eight colleges.

Phone: 909-869-3331
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Orange Counter

Greek Life

The Greek Life office provides fraternities and sororities with educational programs and services that create, promote, and foster a learning community.

Phone: 909-869-2841
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 124

Institutional Equity and Compliance (OEIC)

The Office of Institutional Equity and Compliance (OIEC) promotes an environment that ensures the protection and development of talents, equality, access, opportunity, and a preference for inclusion, in accordance with its policies, as well as federal and state mandates.

Phone: (909) 869-4646
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 2nd Floor

International Center

The International Center supports international students and students who are interested in Study Abroad programs.

Phone: 909-869-3267
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 104

Kellogg Honors College

The Kellogg Honors College is a community of motivated high achieving students at Cal Poly Pomona.  The honors college promotes academic excellence and intellectual exploration through honors courses, civic engagement and special events.

Phone: 909-869-3355
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 201

Learning Resource Center

The Learning Resource Center’s offers tutoring, workshops, test preparation, and study skills development.

Phone: 909-869-3302
Email: lrc@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 15 (Library), Room 2921

Library

The University Library provides students with access to study rooms, research materials, workshops, computers and more.

Phone: 909-869-3074
Location: Bldg. 15

Maximizing Engineering Potential (MEP)

MEP prepares traditionally under- represented minority, women, low-income, and first-generation engineering students to become professionals and leaders capable of tackling life-long, intellectual, socio-ethical, and career challenges in a changing world.

Phone: 909-869-2482
Email: mep@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 9, Room 153

McNair Scholars Program

The McNair Program provides undergraduate students an opportunity to work with a faculty mentor, explore and research in their discipline, while preparing for future graduate school enrollment.

Phone: 909-869-3381
Location: Bldg. 8, Room 306

Native American Student Center

The Native American Student Center promotes the retention, education, and celebration of the Native American community at Cal Poly Pomona.

Phone: 909-869-3967
Email: nasc@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 105

Office of Admissions & Outreach

The Office of Admissions & Outreach helps students with admissions questions, as well as transcript and test score submissions and Bronco Access Cards.

Phone: 909-869-5299
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 2nd Floor

Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships

The Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships provides financial assistance to students and their families.

Phone: 909-869-3700
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Blue Counter

Office of Student Life & Cultural Centers

OSLCC empowers students through campus engagement, leadership development, and diversity enrichment.

Phone: 909-869-3601
Email: osl@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 124

Office of Undergraduate Research

The Office of Undergraduate Research encourages student participation in research programs.

Phone: 909-869-5296
Location: Bldg. 9, Room 258

Office of the University Ombuds

The Ombuds Office offers confidential, neutral, independent, and informal assistance in resolving issues, problems, or concerns.

Phone: 909-869-3728
Location: Bldg. 1, Room 106

Orientation Services

Orientation Services ensures that incoming freshmen and transfer students successfully transition into the academic community.

Phone: 909-869-3604
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Room 1730

Parking & Transportation

Parking & Transportation Services assist students with parking issues, bus passes, tickets, Rideshare and public transit questions.

Phone: 909-869-3061
Location: Bldg. 109

PolyTransfer

PolyTransfer cultivates a transfer-receptive culture by providing resources and programming to connect and support transfer students.

Phone: 909-869-6367
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Orange Counter

Pride Center

The Pride Center provides education, advocacy, support and a safe space for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning (LGBTIQQ) and ally community at Cal Poly Pomona.

Phone: 909-869-3601
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 107

Project Success

Project SUCCESS is a mentoring program for male students of color with a focus on African American, Latino, Native, and Southeast Asian male first-time freshmen.

Location: Bldg. 95, Room 409

Reading Advising & Mentoring Program (RAMP)

RAMP supports low-income, first-generation college students, and students with disabilities, in academic excellence, leadership development and cultural awareness.

Phone: 909-869-4349
Email: ramp@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 15 (Library), Room 2919

Registrar's Office

The Registrar's Office assists students with records, registration, transfer credit and graduation-related questions.

Phone: 909-869-3000
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Blue Counter

Renaissance Scholars

The Renaissance Scholars program is a comprehensive support program that empowers former foster youth.

Phone: 909-869-3169
Location: Bldg. 94, Room 121

Rideshare Program

The Rideshare Program helps students find carpooling options.

Phone: 909-869-3233
Location: Bldg. 109

Science Educational Enhancement Services (SEES)

Science Educational Enhancement Services (SEES) serves historically low socioeconomic, under-represented minority students in the College of Science.

Location: Bldg. 3, Room 2123

Student Accounting & Cashiering Services

Student Account & Cashiering assist students with account balance questions.

Phone: 909-869-2010
Email: sacs@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB), 1st Floor, Green Counter

Student Conduct & Integrity

Student Conduct & Integrity is responsible for holding students accountable to the Student Conduct Code.

Phone: 909-869-6985
Location: Bldg. 26 (Old Stables), Room 133

Student Health Services

Student Health Services provides Cal Poly Pomona students with affordable, accessible and high-quality health care.

Phone: 909-869-4000
Location: Bldg. 46

Student Support & Equity Programs

Student Support & Equity Programs houses the Educational Opportunity Program, Summer Bridge, Transfer Bridge, Renaissance Scholars and the Veterans Resource Center.

Phone: 909-869-4000
Location: Bldg. 94, Room 121

Survivor Advocacy Services

Survivor Advocacy Services provides confidential support, prevention education, and promote advocacy for individuals impacted by sexual violence, dating/domestic abuse and stalking.

Phone: 909-869-2196
Location: Bldg. 66 (Bookstore), Room 116

Testing Services

Testing Services administers the Graduation Writing Test, ALEKS PPL, California Component Exam and Personal Computer Proficiency Test, and proctors other testing.

Phone: 909-869-3353
Location: Bldg. 98, Room P2-4

University Housing Services

University Housing Services provides on-campus housing and community in the University Halls, University Suites and Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies.

Phone: 909-869-3307
Location: Bldg. 59

University Police

University Police is responsible for law enforcement, security and emergency response at Cal Poly Pomona. The department is operational 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, year-round.

Phone: 909-869-3070
Location: Bldg. 109

University Village

The University Village provides off-campus housing and community for upper division students.

Phone: 909-869-4242
Location: 3400 Poly Vista, Bldg. 200

Veterans Resource Center

The Veterans Resource Center provides a dynamic and supportive academic community and hands-on opportunities for student veterans' leadership, academic and personal growth.

Phone: 909-869-6994
Location: Bldg. 121 (SSB) West, 1st Floor, Office 1940

Women's Resource Center

The Women's Resource Center promotes gender equality through empowerment and activism, and strives to establish a safe space which encourages awareness and discussion of women's issues.
Phone: 909-869-3112
Email: wrc@cpp.edu
Location: Bldg. 95, Room 201