Cal Poly Pomona Campus Highlights by osu10981


									Cal Poly Pomona
Campus Highlights

Fall 2004 Counselor
      The Campus and Campus Life
   Campus Enrollment 19,804

   Kellogg tradition - What is now the green
    wooded expanse of the university was originally
    the winter ranch home of W.K. Kellogg.

   Location - Cal Poly Pomona's location (35 miles
    SE of Los Angeles) is ideal for studying, social
    and cultural activities, and recreation.

   Student-faculty ratio          20:1

   Diversity - Cal Poly Pomona is one of the most
    diverse universities in the West.
    Admissions Practices
 Apply online:
 Apply during the initial filing
 Only accept freshman applications
  in the fall term
 Closed for all terms to lower-
  division transfers, second
  baccalaureate and unclassified post
  baccalaureate applicants
    Campus-Specific Admissions
        Practices (Cont.)
   Make sure high school students are on track with UC
    a-g coursework
   Transfers will need to have completed 60 units for
    Fall 2005
   Admissions Handbook link:
   Check our Admissions and Outreach website at for:
    admission requirements, term closures, major
    closures, programs/services and more.
         Academic and Student Support

   Number of Majors - 66 Bachelors degrees
    and 21 Masters degrees
   Internships are a hallmark of our teaching
   Nationally recognized academic programs
     – Engineering and Hospitality Management
   Ranked fifth on the western regional list of
    “Top Public Universities” (U.S. News & World
    Report’s 2004 college rankings)
   250 student clubs and organizations
   Impacted programs - Architecture
          Architecture Admissions
   Applications are accepted only during the initial filing
    period of October 1 – November 30, prior to admission
    in the following fall quarter.
   Admission of first-time freshmen will be based on the
    eligibility index.
   Admission of upper division transfer students will be
    based on overall GPA in transferable courses.
   Oral communication, English composition, Critical
    Thinking and Quantitative Reasoning must be
    completed with a grade of "C" or better by the
    end of the fall quarter in which the student applies
    to the program.
   March 1 - Transcripts must be on file in the Office of
    Admissions and Outreach.
        Housing and Financial Aid
   Residence Halls, Residential Suites and
    University Village
    – Cal Poly Pomona encourages students to live on
      campus and get involved by offering a number of
      affordable housing options.
   Capacity
    – Approx. 2,400
   Cost
    – Approximately $7,212 (double occupancy Residence
   Financial aid support
    – Over fifty percent of our students receive aid of
      some type.
    New Student Information System
   Cal Poly Pomona is one of 23 CSU
    campuses, which involved a CSU project
    to replace existing student information
    systems (i.e. Banner) with PeopleSoft
    Student Administration

   Prospects went live on December 8, 2003
    and Admissions on January 20, 2004
          Become a VIP

 90%   of prospects are served
 A prospective student can request
  information 24/7
 Provides event management
  capabilities (i.e. students can RSVP
  for events via the Web)
 Sign on to VIP at
           Important Information
   E-mail is considered an official form of
    communication from the University.

   Admissions and Outreach, Financial Aid and
    the Registrar’s Office contact students

   Stay updated electronically with your own
    VIP Counselor’s Page at

   Campus Tours - Please call (909) 869-3529
    or see
         New Online Service

 Available   24 hours a day, 7 days a
 Applicants can view their 2004-2005
  application status
 Update mailing and e-mail address
 And much more
 Sign on at
            Key Contacts
 Admissions & Outreach           869.3210
 Athletics                       869.2810
 Disabled Student Services       869.3333
 Educational Opportunity Program 869.3362
 Financial Aid                   869.3700
 Library                         869.3074
 Orientation Services            869.3604
 Registrar's Office              869.3426
 Test Center                     869.3353
 University Honors Program       869.3875
 University Housing Services     869.3307
 University Village Apartments   869.4242
 Visitor Center                  869.3529

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