Expanding Scholarships for International Students
Back in her home country of Ghana, Sandra Ofori ’13 faced a choice—on the freedom to choose.
“In Ghana, when you start university, you have to know exactly what your major will be, and I had no idea of what I wanted to do,” she says. Students begin specializing in high school; those who study general subjects, for instance, cannot take sciences in college. Ofori wanted to explore different directions. So she enrolled at Pomona. LEARN MORE
Working Around the World: International Summer Internships
Last summer Jessie Yu ’13 began paving her career path in exceptional fashion: She interned at Broad & Bright, a law firm in Beijing. The firsthand work experience in China increased her passion for international law and broadened her as a person, says the Pomona senior.
“I think there’s just something about working abroad that is so different from taking classes or even being in an academic setting abroad,” says Yu. LEARN MORE
Construction Has Begun on Studio Art Building
Pomona College began construction this fall on a Studio Art Center on the east end of campus. Designed to reflect to a more modern, integrated approach to the arts and provide space for interdisciplinary teaching, the 36,000-square- foot center will replace the venerable 100-year-old Rembrandt Hall, which will be repurposed for another use. LEARN MORE