Dear Pomona College Community: I’m writing to ask for your help in making Pomona College a place where every student, faculty and staff member has the opportunity to flourish—academically, physically,...
I’m writing to share my thinking and next steps in response to conversations over the past year with members of the President’s Advisory Committee on Diversity (PACD). PACD has been...
Last week, the Pomona College Board of Trustees met on campus and held committee meetings and a strategic planning session. I want to share several key developments with you.
Westboro Baptist Church – infamous for its picketing around the nation – has announced plans to picket near our Pomona College campus and Claremont High this coming Monday.
We work to foster a safe and healthy campus community. Our participation in a survey on issues of sexual assault and campus climate is one of the ways we assess our progress, and work to understand issues that require additional commitments.
In its quarterly meeting, the Pomona College Board of Trustees discussed strategic issues for our community including the delivery of the culminating report from the Board-commissioned Task Force on Public Dialogue.
Earlier this year, the College sought proposals for the newly created Presidential Challenge Grants. Today it is my great pleasure to announce the result of this year’s selection process.
Pomona stands united with all DACA and undocumented students. As I’ve said to members of Congress and to our community, Dreamers’ aspirations speak to the highest ideals of the United States.
Pomona College is committed to providing a safe and nondiscriminatory educational, working and residential environment for all. We must aspire to provide members of our community with an environment that is free from sexual violence.
Congress is considering two major bills: the Senate is near to passing its version of the House’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act while the House is also seeking to overhaul the Higher Education Act of 1965.