The Career Development Office (CDO) is an invaluable guide for your student as they plan their future, and it’s never too soon to start the career planning process.
It will be May in a moment and celebration will be in order. Make arrangements now for your attendance and accommodations for Commencement Weekend on May 11-13.
In January, there might be a Sagehen winter break party coming to your neighborhood. See if one of the nine cities on the schedule is close to home and register today.
Family Weekend is a special event for families and friends of Pomona College students to visit, see, and learn about life at Pomona. Register today and join us Feb. 16-18, 2018.
I am writing to follow up on the message from Dean Townes last week (see below) regarding the memes and postings that recently came to the College’s attention. The IRT has completed its review and recommendations.
These past several weeks, many in our community along with their families have been directly or indirectly impacted by the natural disasters that have devastated Puerto Rico, and parts of Mexico, Texas, and Florida, among other places.
A recent article in the Claremont Independent raised awareness on campus of a secret Facebook meme group reportedly containing deeply offensive memes (including misogynistic, racist, Islamophobic, and anti-Semitic images and texts).
The U.S. Department of Education announced it has rescinded the “Dear Colleague Letter” from 2011 along with the 2014 FAQs that had been released under Title IX. In their place, the Department issued a new set of Interim Guidance.
I am writing to follow up on President Gabi Starr’s message. With the very difficult news today regarding DACA, I want to share with you additional information about the support and resources available to students.
Read a letter from Dean Miriam Feldblum regarding what’s happening on campus this summer; opportunities for students to forge career and life connections; and support structures to encourage students’ personal success and wellness.