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Overnight Stays

2015-2016 Overnight Visit Schedule

Overnight stays are generally available Sunday - Thursday nights through early December, for current high school seniors and transfer students. Our Overnight Hosting Calendar will be available in early fall 2015 which will allow prospective students to see available dates and to register for a stay.

 

Spring overnight stays for have concluded for 2015. Admitted students may schedule an overnight stay for the month of April through their In at Pomona portal.

Prospective students who are in their senior year of high school and transfer applicants may arrange to stay overnight in a residence hall as the guest of a current student. An overnight visit provides one of the best ways to see Pomona up close. Visitors will be provided a visitor's ID and meal passes for the dining halls, passes for the libraries and athletic facilities, as well as cots and linens. Visitors may accompany their hosts to classes or select classes of interest from course schedules available in the Office of Admissions.

  • Currently, we can only accommodate students for one night, and we must receive your request at least TWO WEEKS prior to the requested date.
  • Overnight stays are reserved on a first-come, first-served basis. We cannot guarantee availability. 
  • Overnight stays are offered Sunday through Thursday nights; we are not able to accommodate students to stay overnight on Friday or Saturday, but please visit our Local Accommodations page for information on nearby lodgings. 

 

To schedule an overnight visit:

  1. Complete the online Overnight Visit Request Form, at least two weeks before your requested date. This form will be available in early fall for students wishing to stay on campus beginning September 2015. You will receive information regarding about your student host shortly before your stay. 

 

The Office of Admissions can suggest hotels and motels within a few minutes of campus. Please call 909-621-8732 for more information.