This is an on-line simulation of a brief tour you might take if you visited the Pomona College campus.
It is designed to permit you to explore some important parts of the campus while learning about some of
Pomona's facilities and programs. If you wish to roam the campus more freely and explore other places not
included in this short guided tour, try our 47-node Interactive Java Tour.
About the College
Pomona College is an independent,
coeducational liberal arts college established in 1887. Located in Claremont, California,
35 miles east of Los Angeles, Pomona is the founding member of The Claremont Colleges,
a consortium of seven independent institutions. Pomona’s campus includes 60 buildings on
approximately 140 acres.
With a student-faculty ratio of nine to one and an average class size of 14, Pomona
students get to know the faculty well. Most courses are taught seminar style where discussion
and debate provide the basis for learning. Students may select from over 40 majors or may design
their own course of study.
Pomona’s 1,500 students hail from all 50 states as well as 26 foreign countries. During
their four years here, students may choose to participate in any of the more than 280 campus
organizations and activities. Pomona students pursue their academic and extra-curricular interests
with equal enthusiasm, making Pomona an exciting and dynamic place.