Listings in Pomona
- Dominguez Hills4
- Long Beach2
- Los Angeles5
The Care Center is a first-stop location for any student seeking assistance with basic needs and wellbeing services. The Center connects students to resources they need to succeed (both on and off campus), support them through crises, provide advocacy, and offer Basic Needs services.
At Cal Poly Pomona, EOP continues to operate today as the University’s first and most comprehensive post-secondary access and equity program. Established in 1969, the program serves low-income, typically first-generation, students, who demonstrate the motivation and potential to succeed in college.
The mission of the CSU Project Rebound Consortium is to support the higher education and successful reintegration of the formerly incarcerated through the mentorship and living example of other formerly incarcerated students, graduates, faculty, and staff.
In 1967, Irwin created Project Rebound as a way to matriculate people into San Francisco State University directly from the criminal justice system. Since the program’s inception, hundreds of formerly incarcerated people have obtained bachelor’s degrees and beyond. In 2016, with the support of the Opportunity Institute and the CSU Chancellor’s Office, Project Rebound expanded into a consortium of nine CSU campus programs.
Charles Biddle, Outreach Coordinator
Launched in 2002, Renaissance Scholars (RS) is a comprehensive program dedicated to support the success of current and former foster youth attending Cal Poly Pomona to complete a bachelor’s degree. This innovative program draws its holistic service model from the Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) and the Casey Family Programs’ It’s My Life Framework for Youth Transitioning from Foster Care to Successful Adulthood.
Sara Gamez, EdD Director