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Students admitted to the Class of ’24 experienced a unique period of national history. For better or worse, most made their college decisions without the benefit of visiting campus in the spring. In March, the Pomona College community rallied together to ensure the health and safety of our members, and to safeguard those around us, as we all acted to minimize the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19). While we sincerely regretted the need to cancel our on-campus Admitted Students Weekend, we threw a virtual event and rolled out new ways to engage with our newest Sagehens, giving them access to our resources and sending them our wishes to stay safe and healthy.

Sagecast Podcasts: Listen & Learn

Recorded in the studios of KSPC, Pomona’s FM radio station, Sagecast offers our extended community a chance to listen in on vibrant intellectual conversations with Pomona College faculty and students. Listen on Spotify, Apple Podcasts or Google Podcasts. We’ve curated a few for you to try.

  • The Psychology and Biology of Stress Response with Professor of Psychology & Neuroscience Nicole Weekes
  • Language and Identity with Professor of Linguistics & Cognitive Science Nicole Holliday
  • From the Marines and Army to Pomona with Jordan Petersen ’19 and Travis Werling ’21
  • Summer Undergraduate Research Projects with Ian Poveda '21 and Pauline Bekkers '21
  • Mentorship Stories: Professor of Theatre & Dance Giovanni Ortega and Anais Gonzalez Nyberg '20
  • Mentorship Stories: Professor of Chicana/o Latina/o Studies Gilda Ochoa and Rene Valenzuela '20

YouTube: Almost Like Being Here!

Pomona’s YouTube channel offers visual insights into campus, residence halls, days in our students’ lives, Ski Beach Day and more.

Voices: Pomona students in their own words

Voices is a Pomona College student blog that opens a window into student life at Pomona College.

Pomona Professors: wisdom being dropped and knowledge being acknowledged

Pomona Alumni: making their mark

Pomona Students: this could be you