Connect with a Student

Let’s face it: Pomona students have the best handle on what academics, social life and opportunities are like at Pomona. They’ve studied abroad, conducted research with faculty, gained funding for internships, registered for classes, competed in conference finals, served as peer tutors, sampled seven dining halls and made lifelong friends. Wouldn’t you want to ask them questions?

Our student interns work alongside us during the academic year, and our summer fellows keep us company during the summer months. They help us connect with prospective students and families on campus and through virtual programs. Feel welcome to email them questions or to request a Zoom chat by clicking on their names.


Admissions Interns

Matthew Co Gonzales ’23

Hometown: Alexandria, VA

Pronouns: he/they

Majors: Anthropology & Economics (double major)

Campus Activities: head mentor for Asian American Mentorship Program (AAMP),  sponsor for Chicano/Latino Student Affairs (CLSA), housing sponsor, Kasama (5C Filipinx/American Student Association)

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): Being the first in my sponsor group to be fountained!


Vidusshi (Vids) Hingad '25

Hometown: Mumbai, India

Pronouns: she/her

Majors: Psychology & Gender and Women's Studies (double major)

Campus Activities: Pomona College Mock Trial, staff writer for TSL (The Student Life), Tamasha Bollywood Dance Team, peer advisor at the Career Development Office (CDO), Pomona Events Committee

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): Showing up at my favorite artist's sold-out concert and convincing the event organizer to give me and my friend free front-row tickets.


Eileen Kim '24

Hometown: Closter, NJ

Pronouns: she/her

Major: Politics

Campus Activities: tour guide, Pomona College Orchestra, research assistant for the politics department, 5C Archery Club (hey, I went once, but I thought I was pretty good at it for a first-timer)

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): There are so many memories I’ve captured through the thousands of photos on my camera roll. One was taken at 5:27 a.m. on a Friday: I had stayed up all night with my friend to play a board game called Wingspan for hours. Afterwards, we went to Thatcher Music Building to play piano and sing our hearts out since no one was in the building that early in the morning. Then, we walked over to Pomona’s permanent art installation “Dividing the Light,” or “Skyspace,” waiting for the light show that happens only during sunrise and sunset, only to find that we were over an hour late for the sunrise show. We took a quick nap back in our rooms, then recreated the scene in Euphoria when Cassie gets ready for school to impress Nate Jacobs.


Leandre Nsabimana Ndisanze '25

Hometown: Gakenke, Rwanda

Pronouns: he/him

Major/Minor: Chemistry, Sociology minor

Campus Activities: Pomona Events CommitteePomona Black Student Union, Pomona Scholars of MathAfrican Students Association, FLI Scholars (First-Generation Low-Income), mentor/grader for chemistry, International Student Mentor Program (ISMP) 

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): Narrow the memories to just one! Memorable times include weekend getaways to L.A., reading novels on Marston Quad, Sunday brunch at Frank, and trying out new dishes in The Village.


Leslie Paz '24

Hometown: Banning, CA

Pronouns: she/her

Major: Late Antique-Medieval Studies (LAMS)

Campus Activities: partner at the Center for Speaking, Writing, and the Image (CSWIM), FLI Scholars (First-Generation Low-Income)Chicano/Latino Student Affairs (CLSA), Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program (MMUF)

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): PaelLAMS for sure! It’s a spring event, when all the LAMSters (LAMS majors and minors) come together to enjoy some tasty paella!


Anisha (Nisha) Saboo '25

Hometown: San Jose, CA

Pronouns: she/her

Major/Minor: Undeclared (planned Computer Science), Economics minor

Campus Activities: Spotlight Musical Theatre (@spotlightmt), research assistant for public policy department, associate consultant for Claremont Business Group, Tamasha Bollywood Dance Team, South Asian Student Association, grader for economics

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): It’s so hard to pick just one! My favorites include playing a lead role in an amazing musical about impostor syndrome, experiencing Halloweekend, the 2000s party (I was Jenna Rink from 13 going on 30!), and, to be honest, my weekly CS labs.


Katie Stuart '25

Hometown: Poulsbo, WA

Pronouns: she/her

Majors: Linguistics & Romance Languages and Literatures (double major)

Campus Activities: 5C Dance Marathon, 5Circus, 5C Science Bus, dance, piano

Favorite Pomona memory (so far): I’ve loved being part of 5Circus here on campus! I have so much fun every week learning new skills on the aerial silks and trying new partner acrobatic tricks with my friends.