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California State Polytechnic University, Pomona Athletics: 12 varsity teams NCAA Division II Cal Poly Pomona Broncos


AASCU California Collegiate Athletic Association California State University. Cal Poly Pomona

Website: Motto: Motto in English: Established: Instrumentum Disciplinae Latin Application of Knowledge 1938 (as the Voorhis Ranch in San Dimas, California)[1] Public University Space grant college[2] US$33.2 million (2008)[3] J. Michael Ortiz[4] Marten L. denBoer[5] 2,600[6] 21,447[7] 17,306 1,911 Pomona (pop. 152,631)[8], California, USA Suburban, 1,438 acres (5.8 km2)[9] The Poly Post Green and Gold

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The California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, commonly known as Cal Poly Pomona,[12] is a public, nationallyranked,[13] coeducational university, and one of the 23 general campuses of the California State University system.[14] The main campus sits on 1,438 acres (5.82 km2) of a suburban district in the western corner of Pomona, California a city within Los Angeles County.[15] This figure includes a 53-acre (210,000 m2) ranch in Santa Paula, California donated in 1978,[16] thus making it the second largest campus in the California State University system.[17] Founded in 1938 as the Voorhis Unit,[18] the university implements a hands-on-approach to academics.[19] As a polytechnic university, Cal Poly Pomona emphasizes science, technology, engineering, and mathematics programs.[20] In 2009, the university’s engineering program was ranked 5th in the nation by U.S. News &


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World Report based on peer assessment, student selectivity, financial resources, and other factors in the “Universities-Master’s” category for public universities and 12th overall.[21] Cal Poly Pomona is a member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU)[22] and a "University of Excellence" according to the National Association of State Universities and Land-Grant Colleges.[23] Cal Poly Pomona offers more than 65 undergraduate programs, over 20 graduate programs and 13 teaching credentials/certificates in seven colleges and one professional school.[24] Cal Poly Pomona’s sports teams are known as the Broncos and play in National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division II of the California Collegiate Athletic Association. Their nickname was inspired by the horse ranch which the campus grounds used to be before being given as a gift to the state university system in 1932. The women’s basketball team won back to back national championships in 2001 and 2002.

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The old Kellogg horse stable, now used for offices established an institution which today is known as the California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo).[29] A few years later, on September 30, 1903, the school started teaching high school-level classes to its first class of 20 students. In 1924 full institutional control was shifted to the California State Board of Education. In 1933 the institution’s academical level was changed to that of a two-year technical or vocational college and in 1942 to a Bachelor’sgranting university. After a long period of financial struggles due to World War II, in 1947 the university changed its name to California State Polytechnic College to better reflect the educational level of the institution.[30]

In addition to its official names of "California State Polytechnic University, Pomona" and "Cal Poly Pomona", the university is commonly referred to by other names. Among local residents, it is often called by the shortened form "Cal Poly",[25][26] which does not fully distinguish it from its sister CSU campus in San Luis Obispo. Though not official, "Poly", "CPP", "CSPU" or simply "Pomona" are also commonly used to refer to the university. While Cal Poly Pomona is part of the California State University, it is improper to refer to the campus with names such as "CSU Pomona"[27] and "Cal State Pomona".[28] (see also CSU Campus Naming Conventions).

The Early Stages of the Polytechnic in Los Angeles County: Kellogg, Voorhis, and McPhee
In 1925 industrialist and food manufacturer Will Keith Kellogg, known for pioneering the process of making baked cereal, purchased 377 acres (1.53 km2) of land in Pomona for $250,000[31] and turned it into a worldrenowned horse ranch to start an Arabian horse breeding program, which today remains the oldest in the United States and the fifth largest in the country.[32] Kellogg’s ranch eventually became so well-known around the area that even some Hollywood stars took time to frequent it.[33] The first building erected contained the horse stables and it used to be located where the university plaza currently stands. On May 17, 1932 a crowd of more than 20,000 spectators converged on the ranch to witness Kellogg’s donation of his Arabian Horse Ranch, which had grown to 750 acres (3.0 km2), which even included 87 horses, to the California State University system. In return for the generous grant, the University agreed to

The Origin of Polytechnic Schools in California
The history of the university dates back to the origin of the first campus in San Luis Obispo, California. On March 8, 1901, California Governor Henry Gage signed the California Polytechnic School Bill that


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Kellogg House at Cal Poly Pomona Plagued with financial problems, Voorhis was forced to close his doors only ten years after he had opened his facility. The demise of the facility gave McPhee the opportunity to expand Cal Poly Pomona. In August 1938, Charles Voorhis donated his facility as a gift to what is today the California State University System. In the same year, McPhee’s request for the land was approved and the entire horticulture program was moved from San Luis Obispo to the new Southern California campus.[1] Further expansion was halted by the onset of World War II. The southern Cal Poly campus was closed when the majority of its students were called into active duty and the former Kellogg ranch was transformed into an Army remount station. After the war, the ranch faced an uncertain future, but in 1949 the 813-acre (3.29 km2) W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Ranch was deeded to the state, a proposal to which Kellogg foundation agreed, provided the Sunday horse shows returned. In 1956, the first classes were held on the campus in the present-day science building. Six programs in agriculture, leading to four Bachelor of Science degrees, were offered. In the class of 1957, 57 agricultural majors were the first graduates of Cal Poly Pomona. By 1959, the curricula of the college included six degree programs in the arts and sciences and four in their nationally recognized engineering program.

Will Keith Kellogg made generous donations to the California State University which prompted the eventual foundation of Cal Poly Pomona keep the Arabian horses and to continue the Sunday Horse shows. During World War II, on October 28, 1943 the ranch was taken over by the U.S. War Department and was known as the Pomona Quartermaster Depot (Remount).[34] In 1928, a retired automotive executive named Charles Voorhis founded a college specializing in educating young, underprivileged male students in San Dimas, California. He was known for having donated over $3 million to various charitable institutions. It operated until 1938 when the Voorhis School for Boys was acquired by the state of California and later became part of the California Polytechnic School in San Luis Obispo, and in 1949, Kellogg’s ranch was acquired as well.[35] In 1933, Julian McPhee, assumed the presidency of the California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo. McPhee was known for his firm fiscal policy and he is often credited for saving the University during the years of the great depression. After those bleak years, McPhee’s vision of expanding Cal Poly to Southern California came close to reality.[36]

The Polytechnic Expands to Southern California

Independence from the polytechnic school in San Luis Obispo
Cal Poly Pomona broke off from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in 1966, becoming a separate

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campus of the California State University system.[37] The independent campus becomes the "California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg-Voorhis", and the 16th campus in the CSU system.[31] Since 1949, the Pomona and San Luis Obispo universities have cooperated on creating a float for the Rose Parade. Today, the long-running float program still boasts floats designed and constructed entirely by students year-round on both campuses.

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master’s degree, in the liberal arts and sciences, in applied fields and in the professions, including the teaching profession.”[38] The Legislature recognized the special responsibility of this institution as a “polytechnic college” by adding Education Code 40051 which authorized the college to emphasize “...the applied fields of agriculture, business, home economics, and other occupational and professional fields.” In 1966, the California State Polytechnic College, Kellogg-Voorhis, was established as a separate institution from the San Luis Obispo school. Both campuses were awarded full university status in 1972. On June 1, 1972, the campus name was officially changed to California State Polytechnic University, Pomona. The college has gone through tremendous growth in the last fifty years, with the construction of the CLA Building and new College of Engineering facilities and the addition of innovative programs such as the Center for Regenerative Studies and the I-Poly High School. Cal Poly Pomona’s biggest project, as of 2008, is a $58.5 million library expansion dubbed “Phase 1 – The Next Chapter”. This phase will add 101,853 sq ft (9,462.5 m2) and will provide interior renovation to the first three floors of the existing six-story building as well as a 24-hour research lab and a fullservice Starbucks coffeehouse.[39] According to university spokesperson Uyen Mai, "At this time the university is focused on the renovation of buildings 1 and 3 to create more classroom space. We’re also in the early phase of design for new student housing to accommodate another 800 students as well as a new building for one of our biggest colleges, the College of Business." In addition, the school just completed its first parking structure adding 2,378 new parking [40] Currently, Cal Poly Pomona is a spaces. nationally and internationally recognized institution with approximately 19,800 students and 2,640 faculty and staff members.

Profound Changes Occur

Classroom, Laboratory & Administration (CLA building) at dusk Many changes occurred in 1961 which affected Cal Poly Pomona radically. One of the changes included in the Master Plan for Higher Education established the California State College System with its own Board of Trustees, and 329 women enrolled at the University for the first time.[31] In that same year, the Legislature enacted Education Code Section 22606, which identified the primary function of the State College as “...the provision of instruction for undergraduate students and graduate students, through the

In recent years, there has been a major effort to build and improve campus facilities with over one-third of a billion dollars invested for this purpose alone.[41] One of the most expensive projects is the addition of the student residential suites phase II at a cost of over 60 million dollars.


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gazebo was added in the center together with the Walk of Fame. Japanese Garden - The Japanese Garden was built in the Summer of 2003, costing $777,000 and covering 58,000 square feet (5,400 m2), it is located next to the CLA building adjacent to the Rose Garden. Lyle Center for Regenerative Studies This facility, built adjacent to an old landfill, stresses sustainable technology and agriculture, with solar-powered dormitories, aquaculture ponds, and organic gardens. BioTrek - Composed of a rainforest greenhouse, a California ethnobotany garden, and an aquatic biology center, BioTrek provides environmental education at all levels. Innovation Village - The Innovation Village is a section of land that is part of the Kellogg ranch deed, as a separate section independent of the University, it is managed by a cooperative called AccelTech, formed between the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the College of the Extended University of Cal Poly Pomona. AccelTech is also sponsored by other institutions like Caltech and Larta Institute. The 65 acres (263,000 m2) tract of land is located between South Campus Drive and Valley Boulevard. International Polytechnic High School is a public college preparatory high school located on the western edge of Parking Lot K. It is operated by the Los Angeles County Office of Education in conjunction with the College of Education and Integrative Studies. American Red Cross blood processing center - The first and anchor tenant of the new Innovation Village, the American Red Cross built their largest blood processing center in the United States in Innovation Village, which was completed early 2005 and opened May 13, 2005.


The CLA Building (From Left to Right: Building 17 (Engineering), CLA Building, Building 13 (Art)) • CLA Building - Apart from the bland Modernist boxes that are typical of CSU campuses, Cal Poly Pomona is also home to a futuristic-looking structure called the Classroom/Laboratory/Administration Building. Designed by Antoine Predock, the CLA Building was used in the films Gattaca and Impostor as well as several TV commercials for products such as cars and cell phones. The CLA complex sits directly above the San José Hills Fault and has the second-highest seismic "risk score," 72.94, in the Cal State University system, after a building at CSU East Bay. It has leaked water since it was completed in 1993, and connections and beams at the building do not meet California earthquake safety standards. It needs so much work that university officials are contemplating tearing it down.[42] • Cal Poly Pomona University Library - The university’s library houses more than 3 million items in more than 300,000 sq ft (28,000 m2). It was recently expanded and renovated at a cost of $58.5 million dollars.[43] • W.K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center - As part of the 22 terms and conditions to the donation of the Kellogg ranch, the University maintains a herd of purebred Arabian horses. These horses became the defining character of the University’s mascot, The Broncos. • Old Stables - The Arabian Horse Center was formerly located here and horse performances were held behind the structure where the University Union now stands. The Old Stables is now part of the University Union Plaza and serves as offices for student services and organizations. • Rose Garden - The Rose Garden is located behind the CLA building and is one of the oldest sites of the Campus. In the 1990s a






Cal Poly Pomona promotes its "learn by doing" philosophy, where an essential part of the curriculum is hands-on application of knowledge. The university shares with the University of California, Riverside, the distinction of having the only agriculture programs in Southern California. Farmlands


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14th overall, in the publication’s 2006 Guide to Colleges 1.[1] The Architecture undergraduate program was ranked 15th nationally by the journal DesignIntelligence in 2008.[49] Unlike rankings for the other programs that compare Cal Poly Pomona to other Masters universities, DesignIntelligence ranked all national and research universities. In 2002 the department admitted 15 percent of undergraduate applicants,[50] and as of 2006, the department received nearly 2,000 applicants for just 100 spots[51] making it the most selective program of the university. Some departments (including engineering and architecture) continue to follow the originally mandatory requirement for an undergraduate senior/research thesis to graduate.

The University Library’s facade flank the campus, giving a stark contrast to a stereotypical urban university. Furthermore, Cal Poly Pomona and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo maintain the only accredited architecture programs in the California State University system. Cal Poly Pomona’s polytechnic approach of teaching applied sciences draws a large number of students from other states. The Washington State Higher Education Coordinating Board mentions that Cal Poly Pomona is regarded as a peer institution by both the University of Washington and Washington State University as well as the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the oldest polytechnic university in the nation.[44] In addition, the university is among six other institutions of higher education in California that have been designated a "Center of Academic Excellence" by the Department of Homeland Security and the National Security Agency (NSA). [45][46] The Cal Poly Pomona College of Business is one of the 500 institutions worldwide that are accredited by the prestigious AACSB International at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. Cal Poly Pomona ranked 31st among Western Colleges in the U.S. News & World Report’s 2006 college ranking[47] and was named one of the "Best of the West" by The Princeton Review.[48] The most popular undergraduate majors include Architecture, Business Administration, Liberal Studies, Computer Science, Animal Science, Hospitality management, Biology, and Psychology. In terms of comprehensive rankings, U.S. News & World Report placed Cal Poly Pomona’s Engineering Program 5th nationally among the best public undergraduate engineering programs, and

Cal Poly Pomona’s admissions process is selective. The California State University lists Cal Poly Pomona among five of its institutions with the strictest admission standards.[52] The average high school GPA of admitted freshmen was 3.24.[53] The average SAT Reasoning Test score was 1020 (out of a possible 1600), based only on reading and math scores.[54] For Fall 2007, out of 21,866 first time freshman applicants, 15,036 were admitted with an admissions rate of 69%. Of the 15,036 admits, 3,062 enrolled as first time freshmen, according to the Cal Poly Pomona Office of Institutional Research, Assessment & Planning (IRAP).[55] For some fields of study, the university requires prospective students to declare a major when applying for admission, as certain majors such as Architecture, Civil Engineering, Animal Science and Animal Health Science have stricter admission standards than others. To prevent students from applying for an easy-to-get-into major and transferring to another major, Cal Poly Pomona makes it troublesome to change to those majors.[56]

Programs and degrees
• College of Agriculture • College of Business Administration • College of Engineering • College of Environmental Design


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• College of Education and Integrative Studies • The Collins College of Hospitality Management • College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences • College of Science

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one of the largest student housing programs in the California State University system.[59] The goal of the fierce housing development launched by president Ortiz is to avoid an environment where many students come to school only for class. Unlike most California universities, Cal Poly Pomona does not have a student radio station, but campus events are covered by the student newspaper, the Poly Post. A rival newspaper/e-letter The Pomona Point formed in 2007 to satirize articles written in the Poly Post as well as to provide humour for students who are familiar with buildings, events, and ideas seen on campus. PolyCentric[60] is the university’s official online magazine. PolyCentric features up-tothe-minute breaking news, announcements of campus events, spotlights on various departments, and resources for faculty and staff. The Web site also provides a comprehensive archival search for past articles and photos. The students of Cal Poly elected their first female student body president in 1983. This was the last campus in the CSU to elect a female as the President of the Associated Students, Inc. Teresa Shuff, an Agricultural Business Management major, served as ASI President during the 1983-1984 academic year

Student life

Cal Poly Pomona’s Bronco Student Center There are three styles of residence halls on the Cal Poly Pomona campus. The first to be built are the six residential halls located on University Drive. Phase I of the construction of those halls are four red-brick halls named Alamitos, Aliso, Encinitas, and Montecito and provide room for 212 students each. The remaining two were part of Phase II of the construction project and are named Cedritos and Palmitas and have room to accommodate 185 students each.[57] In contrast to the residential halls, the University Village offers a different style of living as it provides apartments rather than just dormitories to its students. The Village has enough room to accommodate up to 1,300 students. The newest on-campus residential unit is referred to as "The Suites". Phase I of the construction of the suites was completed in 2004 and provides housing for 420 students.[58] The total on-campus population is 3,000 (as of 2008), but will grow to over 3,622 after the Phase II of the Residential Suites are completely opened in summer 2010, making it

Bronco Pep Band
The Bronco Pep Band is a student-run band at Cal Poly Pomona. The band is a group within the athletic department. It follows the tradition of other student-run bands in the sense that it focuses on its members individuality. The band attends athletic events during the year to encourage the school’s athletic teams and audience support/involvement. The pep band is entirely voluntary and all students at Cal Poly Pomona or anyone else in the area are free to join.

Greek Life
Greek Life at Cal Poly Pomona consists of 24 fraternities and sororities governed by the Greek Council.[61] • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. – African American Based Sorority • Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. – • Lambda Theta Phi • Omega Psi Phi • Phi Kappa Tau (ΦKT @ Cal Poly Pomona) • Pi Kappa Alpha


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African American Based Fraternity Alpha Phi Gamma – Asian American Based Sorority Alpha Pi Sigma – Latina Based Sorority (AΠΣ @ Cal Poly Pomona) Alpha Sigma Lambda – Asian Based Fraternity Beta Chi Theta (BXΘ @ Cal Poly Pomona) (Xῼ @ Cal Poly Pomona) Chi Rho Omicron Delta Delta – Coed Fraternity Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. – African American Based Sorority Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. – African American Based Fraternity Kappa Delta Sorority Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Inc. • Sigma Alpha Epsilon • Sigma Chi (ΣX @ Cal Poly Pomona) • Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. – African American Based Sorority • Sigma Kappa Sorority (ΣK @ Cal Poly Pomona) • Sigma Nu • Sigma Phi Epsilon • Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKΕ @ Cal Poly Pomona) • Zeta Tau Alpha Sorority (ΖTA @ Cal Poly Pomona)

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parade, as well as the only "self built" floats designed and constructed entirely by students year-round on both campuses. The Rose Float tradition continues today and marks the partnership between the two Cal Poly campuses.



The first fight song
Song of the Viking[63] Words by Jerry Voorhis Sung to the tune of The University of Maine Stein Song Stand, young men, and face your day; Life, with its hopes, now calls you; Think, and build the Faith of your age; Work, and make the world anew! So meet your destiny as men; Stand forth with loyal hearts and strong! For God in spirit is within you As now you chant your battle song. Chorus: To the courage and might Of the toilers of every craft under the sun! To the kindness and light Of generous hearts that hold love for mankind! To the thought, and the art Of the mind of the man who makes beauty anew! To the love and the heart Of the man who would die for a friend The greed that still holds men as serfsThe lies and the hate that breed warThe might that holds the weak in contemptThe ignorance that makes men fearThese shall stand condemned by the Light Of a Truth that shall set men free. Search until you find that Truth. Then speak, and the world shall see. We pledge our loyalty till death To all whom our school may call. We go together into the fight All for one and one for all. We pledge our lives and all our strength, Our powers whate’er they be; Our cause the Brotherhood of man-and The Kingdom of our loves set free.



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International Students
Cal Poly Pomona has over 1,000 visa-bearing international students. The majority of them come from Asia, but may others also come from Mexico, Russia, Morocco, Germany, and Zimbabwe.[62]

Rose Parade float

Cal Poly Pomona together with Cal Poly San Luis Obispo has participated in the Tournament of Roses since 1949; winning the Award of Merit in their first year. In the period from 1949–2005, the floats have won 44 awards. This joint program is one of the longest consecutive running self-built entries in the

Current fight song
The high-energy finale of the overture to the opera William Tell has served as the university’s fight song.[64] It’s usually played by the Bronco Pep Band at home games and is a


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Sport Baseball Men’s Cross country Women’s Basketball Women’s Tennis Total Team Championships very familiar work composed by Gioachino Rossini.

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Championships • NCAA Championship 1983, 1980, 1976 • Team NCAA Championships 1983 • NCAA championship 2002, 2001, 1986, 1985, 1982 • Individual NCAA Champions 1992, 1991, 1981, 1980 13

Voorhis Vikings

Voorhis Vikings baseball team Before the university moved from San Dimas to Pomona, the college had a handful of athletic teams named the "Voorhis Vikings". They were composed mostly of homeless and orphaned boys of all races who were cared for at the Voorhis School during the ten-year period it operated.[65] Despite this background, the university’s current athletic programs are named the Cal Poly Pomona Broncos.

Athletic mascot, the Broncos sports for women are tennis and track and field.[66] Cal Poly Pomona is a NCAA Division II school that competes in the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA). The Broncos most recent national championships came in 2001 and 2002 in women’s basketball. They remain a competitive force in most major Division II sports. The Broncos are currently, by far, the most successful program in their conference having achieved 53 CCAA[67] and 11 NCAA National Championships,[68] almost twice as many as their closest rival. Cal Poly Pomona National Championships

Cal Poly Pomona Broncos
The Cal Poly Pomona Broncos fields twelve sports for men and women for the fall, winter, and spring seasons. Fall sports for men are cross country and soccer. Fall sports for women are cross country, soccer, and volleyball. The winter sport for men and women is basketball. Spring sports for men are baseball, tennis, and track and field. Spring


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The university also has AIAW championships in Track and Field (1981). Over the years, 369 Cal Poly athletes have earned All-American honors in their respective sports, including 90 in men’s track and field alone.[69] Two notable sports facilities serve as home venues for Cal Poly sports. The Bronco baseball team plays home games at the Scolinos Field on campus, named after the baseball coach who led the team to three national championships. The volleyball team plays at Darlene May Gymnasium on campus. This facility was named after the women’s basketball coach who led her team to three national championships.[70] The women’s basketball team rarely plays in the May Gym preferring to play in the larger Kellogg Gym (seats 5,000) with the men’s team. Cal Poly Pomona has not had a football team since 1982. The university canceled their football program because of operating expense.[71]

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decision by the university not to grant the degree.

See also
• California State University • California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly San Luis Obispo) • California Master Plan for Higher Education


Notable faculty and alumni
More than 100,000 alumni have graduated from Cal Poly Pomona over the course of its history.[72][73] Some notable alumni include Academy Award winner Forest Whitaker;[74] Olympic medalists Chi Cheng[75] and Kim Rhode;[76] California State Senator Jim Brulte,[74]U.S. Representative Richard [77] and Secretary of Labor Hilda SolPombo is;[74] professional football player Jim Zorn[78] and footballer Jonathan Bornstein.[79]

In 1998, the university planned to confer an honorary degree to Robert Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe (the degree was to be conferred at the College of Business commencement, on June 13; Mugabe would be the commencement speaker). Strong negative opinion arose among students and employees; most often cited were anti-Semitic and antigay statements made by Mugabe and human rights violations that had taken place during his regime.[80] The Faculty Senate passed a resolution against conferring an honorary degree. Mugabe’s decision not to attend the commencement provided a rationale for the

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