Established in 1938, Cal Poly Pomona encompasses the former ranch of cereal magnate
W.K. Kellogg — 1,400 acres of rolling hills located 35 miles east of downtown
Los Angeles. The university's more than 19,800 students benefit from Cal Poly Pomona's
practical "learning by doing" educational philosophy, many nationally
recognized programs and the faculty's commitment to academic excellence. Ranked
as one of the top five regional universities in the West by US News & World Report,
Cal Poly Pomona offers over 60 undergraduate programs, 20 graduate programs and
13 teaching credentials/certificates in eight colleges and schools. The university's
recent partnership with the American Red Cross will bring the nation's largest blood
processing center to the campus, providing educational and research opportunities
for students and faculty. www.cpp.edu
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