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CPP prepares for possible online summer term

With COVID-19 cases on the rise in Los Angeles County, Cal Poly Pomona was ...

CPP organizations halt further furloughs and layoffs for this fiscal year

Cal Poly Pomona’s Foundation and ASI reported 1,022 layoffs, both temporary and permanent, for ...

ASI unanimously approves recommended basic needs allocation

Following last meeting’s recommendation from the ASI secretary of basic needs, the ASI Board ...

CPP programs assist students struggling with food or housing insecurity

The Cal Poly Pomona Foundation has partnered with the Poly Pantry and the university’s ...

Who’s First? I Am First

The I Am First program, operated by Cal Poly Pomona’s Office of Student Success ...

CPP faculty members share challenges of teaching remotely

As Cal Poly Pomona enters the halfway point of the fall semester, the switch ...

CPP NSF I-corps prepares for sixth cohort

Cal Poly Pomona’s National Science Foundation Innovative Corps program is preparing for its sixth ...

CPP to introduce Live Chat feature this spring semester

Cal Poly Pomona’s Academic Affairs and Information Technology divisions are creating a Live Chat ...

Biden proposes free college plans

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden introduced his plan for free college, a plan that ...

ASI leaders decry lack of student involvement in CPP budget meeting

Ahead of an Oct. 29 university budget meeting presented by top Cal Poly Pomona ...