Cultural Centers

Give $25 in honor of the 25th Anniversary of the Cultural Centers! 


You may choose to give more or less than $25—your participation is more important than the amount you choose to give.



In 1993, students of color, who were then severely underrepresented at the University marched to the President’s Office Dr. Bob H. Suzuki, to demand the creation of welcoming spaces where students could rejoice in their heritage while persisting through their academic journey.


Today the Cultural Centers help strengthen the Cal Poly Pomona Community. We are dedicated to teaching for social justice, creating dialogue among students and allied faculty and staff, and most importantly empowering students so they succeed in all their life’s endeavors.


Collectively, 2019 marks our 25th Anniversary and we invite our beloved community to support our campaign: $25.00 for the 25th Anniversary!  We anticipate celebrating this hallmark year in community and every dollar counts. 


Centers Overview

African American Student Center (AASC) is committed to assisting African/African American/black college students in successfully completing their degree programs. It provides retention and outreach programs and services that stimulate growth and development. The AASC is dedicated to preparing students for leadership and promotes academic excellence.


Asian Pacific Islander Student Center (APISC) is dedicated to the promotion, education, and celebration of the Asian and Pacific Islander community. 


César E. Chávez Center for Higher Education (CECCHE) is committed to increasing the outreach, recruitment, retention, graduation and cultural pride of Chicanxs/Latinxs at Cal Poly Pomona.


Native American Student Center (NASC) supports the academic achievement and personal success of Native American students while promoting traditional culture at Cal Poly Pomona.


Pride provides education, advocacy, support and a safe space for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer, questioning (LGBTIQQ) and ally community at Cal Poly Pomona. The Pride Center serves the campus community through promoting empowerment and social justice on topics of sexual orientation and gender identity.


Womxn’s Resource Center (WRC) promotes gender equity through empowerment and consciousness raising and strives to establish a brave space which encourages awareness and discussion of womxn's issues.

Pride Center match
The next $500 raised for the Pride Center will be matched dollar for dollar
Early Bird Day 2
The next $5,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar by the Bronco Fund.
$5,000 MATCHED
Early bird donors
The first $10,000 raised will be matched dollar-for-dollar courtesy of the Bronco Fund.
$10,000 MATCHED
Reunion Giving: Gifts in honor of 25 and 50 year reunions
Thank you classes of '94 and '69!
Is this your 25th or 50th reunion?
Rank Answer Amount
1 Class of '94 (25th Reunion) $662.50
2 Class of '69 (50th Reunion) $200.00
Parent Match
The first $1,000 given by parents will be matched by an anonymous parent donor. (Matching funds will support the Basic Needs Initiative.)
$1,000 / $1,000 Raised
Native American Student Center
The first $2,000 given to the Native American Student Center will be matched by alumna Elizabeth Zangenberg, '18.
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