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California State Polytechnic University-Pomona Admissions Stats

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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Recommended
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Record: Required

Application Fees

$55
Undergrad Application Fee
$55
Graduate Application Fee

Special Factors

AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

Address:
3801 West Temple Avenue Pomona, CA 91768
Phone: (909) 869-7659
General Site: www.csupomona.edu
Admissions: http://dsa.csupomona.edu/admissions/
Application: http://www.csumentor.edu/

Reviews

Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Symone from San Bernardino, CA
  • Jun-19-2015 I am a current student here

    Get involved on campus and be an active member of clubs or programs that interest you. Learn what the campus has to offer because they often put on events that are very beneficial to those who attend and sometimes even give away free products and services that are available to all students. The campus has a wellness and health center where they often give away free things to students that will help them in class (such as an iClicker) as well as doctor visit walk-ins and even x-rays. Also, there is a student government that you can become a part of as well as cultural centers.

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  • Ryan from Santa Paula, CA
  • Feb-27-2015 I am a current student here

    Get involved as much as you can as there's opportunities to all over the place here. This is the type of school where you get what you put into it. If you don't make an effort to attend events, join clubs and meet people you'll complain and blame the school. Live on campus for at least your first year. It might be pricey, but gives you so much school spirit, a lot of friends that will last you all four years, and memories. A LOT of people commute and it sucks but a lot live on campus and guess who has the better time?

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  • Luisa from Los Angeles, CA
  • Dec-28-2014 I am a current student here

    University school work is very different from high school work. In college, a higher expectation is set for students and funny enough, second chances aren't always given. I had to learn that the hard way. I wouldn't do so good in a test and would expect the teacher to announce a make-up. Nope. Never happened. All I'm saying is that your work ethic needs to be at its best and you should have a goal in mind to help you stay motivated during school, especially those tough classes when you feel like you want to quit.

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  • Lisa from El Monte, CA
  • Dec-20-2014 I am a past student here

    Definitely go on a campus tour. The campus is always growing and changing. There's always something new to see. Another tip would be to space out your GE classes and mix them with your required major classes. By doing this, you'll create a cushion between the hard classes with a fast pace and the regular classes with a brisk pace. Get lots of sleep. All nighters are often depicted in movies and TV as something typical in college, but if you manage your time well, you can get a good night sleep and do better than those who pull all nighters. Make time to study, but also time to kick back and relax. Not everything is due the next day, but don't procrastinate either. Get help with assignments from a tutor. Most college campuses have free tutoring services to help you with your assignments.

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  • E.J from Pico Rivera, CA
  • Dec-12-2014 I am a current student here

    Try to join clubs and organizations to meet people that will help you transition into the college environment. Don't be scared, college can be great once you get used to it, especially if you make friends and get out there.

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