Division of Student Affairs
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The Division of Student Affairs supports the university’s educational mission through comprehensive programs and services that promote student learning and success while fostering an inclusive and vibrant campus community. We partner with other stakeholders to enroll a talented and diverse student body, enhance student engagement and development, promote the safety and general welfare of the university community, and prepare students to be contributing members of a democratic society.
News & Announcements
The 75th anniversary Homecoming event on Feb. 7 and Feb. 8 was a success, with more than 5,000 students, faculty, staff and alumni in attendance.
The event brought a record number of Broncos -- 2,757 -- to Kellogg Gym to cheer the men’s basketball team on to a 73-53 win against Cal State East Bay on Saturday. The women’s basketball team also pulled a 75-70 overtime win over Cal State East Bay.
"Homecoming was amazing," says Dean of Students Rebecca Keeton. "It was so much fun to have alumni back on campus. They loved seeing the changes to the campus, and they loved spending time together. It was heartwarming." Read the complete story on PolyCentric.
When Thavery Lay-Bounpraseuth decided to apply for colleges, she faced far more obstacles than the average student. Lay-Bounpraseuth immigrated to the United States when she was 5 as a refugee from Cambodia. Since her parents had no experience with the American university system, she had to learn the ropes on her own.
"You wonder, who do you ask? What questions do you ask?" Lay-Bounpraseuth says. "I didn’t even know where to start."
Now, as coordinator of the Asian & Pacific Islander Student Center, she has a chance to provide guidance for students facing the same challenges that she did. On Saturday, Feb. 15, Cal Poly Pomona hosted a college expo for students from underserved Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities. Read the complete story on PolyCentric.