COVID-19 Resources

Safer Return

The university’s Safer Return website will continue to share important news, announcements and resources for students, faculty, staff and the general campus.

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 City of Pomona COVID-19 Resources. You may also gain additional information by calling the hotline at (909) 620-2311.

Poly Pantry

All Cal Poly Pomona students in need will be able to shop in person at the Poly All Cal Poly Pomona students in need will be 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 will be 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.

Get access to community-based resources near you by visiting the Poly Pantry Additional Resources webpage to find a list of links for pantry locations in your county, as well as 211 services.

Recognizing that not all CPP students are currently located close to campus and may be located closer to other community-based organizations that provide basic needs support, students are encouraged to visit www.findhelp.org. This free website is a reliable, holistic, and user-friendly system designed to help individuals get connections to food, housing, transportation, and other resources.

CSU CARES Act Emergency Grants

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act was passed by Congress and signed into law to provide economic relief from COVID-19. One section of the CARES Act established the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) and provided money to schools to use for emergency financial aid grants to students for expenses related to the pandemic. Please visit the HEERF Student Aid website for more information on the grants, eligibility and distribution.

Resources for LA County Residents

LA County Department of Mental Health and Headspace have partnered to provide support and resources during this challenging time. LA County residents can sign up here to access meditations, as well as sleep and movement exercises, all free.