Policy on Architectural Heritage Adopted March 2000
Pomona College is dedicated to preserving the architectural integrity and heritage of its buildings and landscaping. The College respects and has largely followed Myron Hunt's 1908 master plan for the campus, Ralph Cornell's subsequent landscape master plan leading to the creation of a "campus in a garden," and Richard Dober's more recent land use plan, which reflects and builds on the work of Hunt and Cornell. To the extent that it is practicable, recognizing that new needs arise over time, the College will honor the concepts of this early work and will, in addition, strive to create a sense of architectural harmony and cohesion as new buildings are constructed and existing buildings are renovated.
Implementation of this policy is the responsibility of the Facilities and Environment Committee.