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Cal Poly Pomona

ENV Resource Center

The ENV Resource Center houses a variety of materials designed to support the college curriculum. These include books, periodicals, technical reports, product information, samples, organizational newsletters, CDs and online access to a variety of informational service groups. These materials are available to current faculty, students and staff and, on a limited basis, to off-campus users. Verification of current schedule of classes and BroncoID is required for students.

Location and Hours of Operation

The ENV Resource Center is located in Bldg. 7, Ground floor

Hours: Monday-Friday 8:00 am-4:00 pm
Extended Hours: To Be Announced

Contact Information

Christine Johnson, Instructional Support Technician
EMAIL: cbjohnson@csupomona.edu Phone:(909) 869-2665.

Special Services

Faculty Reserves: A service that allows current faculty to place items on limited (hourly) reserve to maximize accessibility by students.

Class Orientation: A brief presentation to students by ENV Resource Center staff on the available services, any particular areas of interest, and the use of reference tools. Depending on the number of students, this presentation may be done either in the classroom or within the ENV Resource Center itself. This service is available by appointment only and requires advance notice.

Computer Search: Online searches of out-of-state library catalogs are only a few of the services accessible via our student Netscape info-stations.

Use of these services is provided free of charge to staff, faculty, and students. Students are required to present a current quarter study list as evidence of enrollment.

ENV Archive

The Archive is an organized physical accounting of the curriculum and history of the College, as well as documentation of the evolution of trends in Southern California architecture. Projects by students, faculty, and outside professions in the environmental design disciplines are stored at two on-campus locations. Items include models, books, plans, papers, and computer diskettes.

Retention of student work: All work of the students of the College of Environmental Design is considered the property of the College and, as such, may be retained to be displayed, archived, or used in promotional materials or for accreditation purposes at the discretion of the faculty, department chair, or other designated representative of the College.

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