March 22, 2018

Pomona College Admitted Students Days 2018 Are Scheduled for April 9 and April 16

Admitted students and their families are warmly invited to attend our Admitted Students Day open house program on Monday, April 9 or Monday, April 16, 2018. We hope the program will allow you to get a sense of the rich and varied student experience here at Pomona and show you the wonderful opportunities that await you on our campus for the next four years. Program details and schedules are available, and admitted students can register through their Destination Pomona portal.

February 24, 2018

Pomona College Announces That Students Disciplined for Peaceful Protests Will Not Put Admission in Jeopardy

To all applicants and admitted students: Pomona College wants to assure you that participating in peaceful protests in response to gun violence, even if this leads to suspension or other school disciplinary action, will have absolutely no impact on your admission to Pomona.

November 28, 2017 

Pomona College Announces Change to Score Reporting Policy

Pomona College is pleased to announce that, effective immediately, first-year and transfer applicants may self-report their test scores when applying for admission.

This change in application procedure applies to individuals who have applied or intend to apply for Fall 2018 entry to the College. All required test scores can be self-reported via the Common Application or the Coalition Application.

Enrolling students will be required to submit official test scores from the respective testing agencies or a designated school official after confirming their enrollment at Pomona College. Discrepancies between self-reported and official test scores may affect a student’s offer of admission and place in the class.

Pomona will continue to accept official score reports as well. Please email us at with any questions or concerns.

This policy applies to all testing required to complete an application.

Pomona College has a long history of promoting access and equity in higher education. Application fee waivers initiatives, a generous need-based, no-loan financial aid program, and long-standing support of undocumented and DACA students has the allowed Pomona to be a national leader in promoting college access.