For Students

There is always a lot going on at Cal Poly Pomona, so it’s worth your while to make sure you stay informed about important news and events. Numerous campus communications can help you stay up to date and share news.

How do I get campus news?

I have news to share. How do I get the word out?

How do I get campus news?

Emergency Alert SystemSafety Alert System — Used only for emergency communication, it is an emergency messaging system that can send Safety Alert messages to phones, email addresses, text/SMS and TTY/TDD devices. Make sure your contact information, especially your cell phone, is up to date on BroncoDirect.
PolyCentricPolyCentricPolyCentric is the official online news site for the university, produced by the Office of Public Affairs. Content is updated daily.
BroncoBytesBroncoBytes — A digest of news, events and announcements is sent to student email accounts every other week through BroncoBytes, a service of student affairs.
Social Media iconsSocial Media — Plug in through your favorite social media sites: Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and/or LinkedIn.
ASInsideASI InsideASI Inside provides news about everything going on with the student government, including events, newsworthy info and much more.
strong>The Poly PostThe Poly Post —The Poly Post is a weekly newspaper run by students. It is not affiliated with Public Affairs.

I have news to share. How do I get the word out?

PolyCentricPolyCentric — To suggest an item for PolyCentric or simply make Public Affairs aware of a situation, email polycentric@csupomona.edu or call (909) 869-3326.
BroncoBytesBroncoBytes — To make a submission to the e-newsletter, BroncoBytes, visit the site and click on “Make a Submission.”
Social Media iconsSocial Media — Want to reach out via Facebook, Twitter and/or LinkedIn? Go ahead and write on the wall or message us.
The Poly PostThe Poly Post — To notify the student-run The Poly Post newspaper about a news item, email editorinchief@thepolypost.com.
Electronic MarqueeMarquee — The university’s electronic marquees communicate major university-related activities or news. The Office of Public Affairs determines the frequency and length of messages to meet the needs of the campus community. Requests must be made at least two weeks in advance of the desired display dates. Marquee submission forms can be found online.
ChalkingCampus Postings and Chalking — Informational flyers that are approved by the Office of Student Life can be tacked on bulletin boards and put on stakes at specific campus locations. Messages can also be chalked in specific campus areas. Visit the Office of Student Life web site and click on “Flyer Post and Chalking Policy” to learn more.