The César E. Chávez Center for Higher Education exists to increase the outreach, recruitment, graduation, & cultural pride of Chicano / Chicana / Latino / Latina.
We are a professional society whose mission is to promote the study of history through the encouragement of research, good teaching, publication, and the exchange of learning and ideas among historians.
An Organization composed of a Hip Hop community that encompasses the 4 main elements of Hip Hop; Rapping, Break-dancing, DJing, and Graffiti. Members are given the opportunities to learn these elements and experience on-stage live performances.
This group recognizes students who volunteered at CPP's 75th Anniversary Homecoming.
AATCC provides test method development, quality control materials, education and professional networking for a global audience. Our goal is to bring these opportunities to Cal Poly Pomona students and give them the tools to set themselves apart.
Ability Allies are a network of faculty, staff and students who take a visible role in promoting disability awareness, supporting persons with disabilities, and maintaining resources for working and interacting with people with disabilities.
To increase awareness of, and to promote access and equity for, individuals with disabilities throughout the Cal Poly Pomona campus community.
A group of Cal Poly Pomona students looking to create a theatre and performing arts community on campus. (Any and all majors enouraged!)
Acts2fellowship is a Christian club on the Cal Poly Pomona campus. We meet every week on campus to study the Bible and find out God’s perspective. College is the perfect time to explore the big questions of life!
The AASC is committed to assisting African/African American/Black college students in successfully completing their degree programs. It provides retention and outreach programs and services that stimulate growth and development.