ASI Answers to FAQs

COVID-19 Resources   Virtual Help Desk

The university’s Safer Return website will continue to share important news, announcements and resources.

Are ASI Facilities open?

  • BRIC

    The Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC) is open without the need for a reservation! For hours of operation, memberships and eligibility, please visit the BRIC COVID Updates webpage. For BRIC membership or Campus Recreation questions, please contact bricmemberships@cpp.edu.

  • BSC

    BSC Study Space Pilot Reopening

     

    ASI reopened the Bronco Student Center (BSC, Bldg. 35) for students to reserve a study space in select lounges. Reservations are NOW OPEN and can be made for the following BSC lounge spaces: Solaris Lounge, Eridanus Lounge, Games Room Etc. (GRE) Lounge, the BSC upper and lower lobbies, and the Ursa Major Gallery. The physically distanced study pods and nooks—which are strategically spaced 6 feet apart—will be reservable for up to 3 hours in 30-minute increments and can be made online starting today through the 25Live reservation system.

     

    For more information, visit the Conference and Event Services website. For questions regarding the BSC pilot reopening or for accommodations, please contact Conference and Event Services at 909-869-2847 or cedesk@cpp.edu.

     

    Poly Pantry Pilot Reopening

     

    All Cal Poly Pomona students in need are able to shop in person at the Poly Pantry’s temporary location inside the Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major (BSC, Bldg. 35-2611). The pantry is open Tuesday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 3-7 p.m. All students must make an appointment in advance. For more information regarding the Poly Pantry pilot reopening, visit the Poly Pantry webpage. For questions regarding the Poly Pantry pilot reopening, to request an accommodation (including curbside pick-up of groceries) or if you are having trouble with registration, please call us at (909) 826-5735 or email polypantry@cpp.edu.

  • Children’s Center

    Children’s Center Pilot Reopening

     

    The Children’s Center reopened and the office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The center is prioritizing serving student parents. While in-person tours of the center are not currently available, the center is answering questions and providing information. For more information visit the Children’s Center website or email at childrenscenter@cpp.edu.

ASI Events

  • How do I sign up for ASI Events?

    Sign up for ASI events on the ASI Portal. The ASI Events page lists ASI events now available to you wherever you are learning.

     

    Virtual events are still recommended when possible. For in-person events, the campus has developed best practices, such as encouraging outdoor venues, requiring RSVPs and establishing cleaning protocols in advance. Visit the Events page for guidelines and best practices.

     

    For questions about hosting an event or current ASI guidelines, email beat@cpp.edu.

ASI Fees

Why do students have to pay “mandatory” fees such as the ASI fee and the ASI Facilities & Operations fee to attend CPP? Why do such fees exist and what purpose do they serve? And, why do students have to pay mandatory fees when not on campus? Visit the Student Fees webpage to learn about these mandatory fees.

Health, Food and Housing Resources

  • How can I access services offered by the City of Pomona?

    The City of Pomona COVID-19 Action Committee has put together a comprehensive list of resources, including information on testing locations, drive-up and traditional food pantries, mental health services and more. This list is accessible online by visiting bit.ly/pomonacovid19. You may also gain additional information by calling the hotline at (909) 620-2311.

  • Poly Pantry Pilot Reopening

    All Cal Poly Pomona students in need are able to shop in person at the Poly Pantry’s temporary location inside the Bronco Student Center, Ursa Major (BSC, Bldg. 35-2611). The pantry is weekly and all students must make an appointment in advance. For more information regarding the Poly Pantry pilot reopening, visit the Poly Pantry webpage. For questions regarding the Poly Pantry pilot reopening, to request an accommodation (including curbside pick-up of groceries) or if you are having trouble with registration, please call us at (909) 826-5735 or email polypantry@cpp.edu.

Student Clubs and Organizations

    • Travel Suspension

      Has travel been suspended?

      As of June 1, essential domestic and international travel is allowed. All travelers must continue to adhere to the latest travel guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the U.S. State Department’s Travel Advisory for international travel. The respective vice president for each division will approve both domestic and international travel requests. To learn more, visit travel restrictions on the Safer Return website.

      Is there going to be a way to electronically submit paperwork?

      Yes, please email your budgets to asifs@cpp.edu. Disbursement Requests and Purchase Orders can be submitted on OnBase. Visit the Forms & Instructions webpage for details.

      Can exceptions be made for important events?

      Possibly, Travel Exceptions for “essential” travel will be granted by the Dean of Students Office. Please fill out the form and submit to the Dean of Student’s Office.

      What states are banned for domestic travel?

      For an up-to-date list of states that are currently subject to California’s ban on state-funded and state-sponsored travel, please visit the Domestic State Travel webpage.

    • Electronic Form Submission

      Are you closed?

      No, Financial Services is working remotely processing financial documents. Visit the Financial Services webpage for information regarding virtual procedures.

      Is there going to be a way to electronically submit paperwork?

      Yes, please email your budgets to asifs@cpp.edu. Disbursement Requests and Purchase Orders can be submitted on OnBase. Visit the Forms & Instructions webpage for details. Please see instructions for options on electronic approval/signatures below.

      Will you be accepting electronic signatures?

      Financial Services is accepting electronic signatures/approval during the social distancing period. There are three options on how to complete this process.

      1. Printed Paperwork – manually sign, and scan or take a picture of paperwork. PDF and JPEG files are acceptable.

       

      2. Adobe Sign using Acrobat – Use Adobe Acrobat to create your own personalized signature and electronically sign the document.

       

      3. Type your name – Type your name in the signature field. Then email the document to Financial Services at asifs@cpp.edu. Keep reading! When you email the form, copy (cc) two authorized signers on your account. One student authorized signer (other than yourself) and an advisor. Both the authorized signer and advisor can reply to your email with “approved.” Financial Services will save the email as proof of approval.

    • Budget Request

      Will a large carryover affect how much funding we receive from our council?

       

      No, carryover will have no effect on your annual allocation.

       

      How do I fill out the Budget Request Packet?

       

      You may visit the training library on our webpage and look over the Budget Training Workshop PowerPoint slides.

       

      Do I need to include quotes/flyers with my budget request?

       

      No.

       

      Do I submit  Budget Request to Financial Services?

       

      No. Submit the ASI budget request packet to your council.

       


      Will you be accepting electronic signatures?

       

      Yes. Please refer to our electronic signatures standards in the Electronic Form Submission section.