Professor and student

Every class is taught by a professor. Office hours extend the mentoring.

Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens team

The Pomona-Pitzer Sagehens compete in 21 varsity sports. #OneTeam

Pomona student playing instrument

Pomona students have access to free, private music lessons on 20+ instruments.

Kellen Browning '20 in front of city backdrop

Pomona alumni leverage their liberal arts degrees. Kellen Browning ’20 had a front-page byline in The New York Times three months post-graduation.

... Let only the eager, thoughtful, and reverent enter here.

Because the life of a great liberal arts college is created in large part by the students who live and learn there, we work to enroll those who will both contribute to and benefit from the extraordinary opportunities here.

First-Year Admissions

If you're a senior in high school or applying with less than one year's worth of college credit, you will be a first-year applicant. 

Transfer Admissions

If you've completed at least one year's worth of college credit by the time of your potential enrollment at Pomona, you will be a transfer applicant. 

Diversity and Access

Diversity is crucial to Pomona's educational mission. It's that simple. From our strategic and institutional initiatives, to our need-based and 100%-needs-met financial aid policies, to our no-hassle fee waiver policy, and our commitments to enrolling and supporting undocumented students and veterans of the armed forces, we continually strive to promote access to a Pomona education.

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