Are you interested in animals? Growing things? Biology and chemistry? Making food healthier or safer? Clothing? Sustainability and the environment? Do you want a challenging career that has a direct impact beyond pure scientific research?
Our agriculture sector is faced with providing solutions to the world’s grand challenges. At Cal Poly Pomona we are committed to preparing our students to make a difference, wherever their careers take them; stretching the frontiers of science to find solutions and helping the people of California, the nation and the world improve their lives and livelihoods. Read more of the Dean's welcome →
We're very proud of our history – it’s our 75th Anniversary year
College of Agriculture - The Founding College of Cal Poly Pomona
The first students and graduates at Cal Poly Pomona were all agriculture students. Here is a picture of our first graduation in 1957 in the Rose Garden. Watch our 75th video and view a recap of our 75th Anniversary events.
Watch a video with Ron Simons sharing the history of the Voorhis campus as the start of the College of Agriculture and Cal Poly Pomona.
Read about and see the new video about the history of the W. K. Kellogg Arabian Horse Center.
Read about the history of the Cal Poly Pomona campus.
Thanks to our long-time, retired faculty and staff who’ve contributed so much to the College of Agriculture
Alumni Accomplishments – Honorary Doctorate Recipients →
Check out our pictures from our 75th Anniversary event on Flickr →
Check out our pictures from our 75th Anniversary event on White Rabbit Photo →
Check out our student produced 75th Anniversary video →
Check out our pictures from our 70th Anniversary event →
The College of Agriculture’s award winning annual magazine profiles people, highlights programs and reviews events.Read the latest issue of AgriColumn →
Each year awards are given to acknowledge outstanding accomplishment and performance by the people who are in the College of Agriculture.
Our alliances with industry and public sector activities strengthen the college.
Students achieving a grade point average of 3.5 or higher qualify for the Dean’s list or the President’s Honor List.
The Dean’s Council serves in an advisory capacity to the Dean for the benefit of the College of Ag.