Pomona Admissions offers live monthly webinars on a variety of topics, from Pomona 101, to alumni panels, financial aid and application tips and explorations of different majors. Students, parents, counselors or educators are invited to register and log in to a webinar at a pre-designated time, but recordings will also be made available here once the sessions have concluded. Friendly admissions and financial aid officers, as well as current Pomona students, use video sharing to present information on a scheduled topic, always with a Q&A period at the end. Craving a topic you don’t see listed here? Share your idea with our webinar coordinator, Katrina Bruno.
Pomona 101: An Intro to Pomona College
Monday, June 13 • 3-3:45 p.m. PDT
What makes Pomona unique? Our curriculum, students, resources, location? Yes, yes, yes, and yes. This introduction to Pomona College's unique features and liberal arts curriculum may fill the gaps in your knowledge or introduce you to entirely new topics. Admissions staff and students share their knowledge!
Deep Dive: Majors Outside of STEM
Tuesday, July 12 • 3-3:45 p.m. PDT
Learn more about majors in the social sciences, the arts, humanities, and interdisciplinary fields (like environmental analysis or media studies), including research and internship opportunities, intriguing courses, and special majors or concentrations. Admissions officers and students will answer all your questions.
Eureka! Finding Yourself in SoCal
Friday, July 22 • 9-9:45 a.m. PDT
If you’re not from Southern California, our state motto—Eureka!—gives you a clue to how much promise and potential our location holds. You may know about our proximity to Los Angeles, but Claremont is nestled in a space even more special than that: we’re near beaches, mountains, and the desert. Pomona students and admissions staff will share what it means to be a college student in California.
Deep Dive: STEM Majors
Wednesday, July 27 • 3-3:45 p.m. PDT
Majors within STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) will be discussed in this session in greater detail, including research and internship opportunities, interesting courses, and special majors or concentrations. Here from both admissions staff and students.