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  1. Pomona College, a private liberal arts college in California, does not factor in legacy or donor status into its admissions decisions.

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  3. Established in 1887, Pomona College is a private liberal arts college in Claremont, Calif., about 35 miles east of Los Angeles. We offer a comprehensive curriculum, with 48 majors in the arts, humanities, social sciences and natural sciences.

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    Pomona College's ranking in the 2024 edition of Best Colleges is National Liberal Arts Colleges, #4. Its tuition and fees are $62,326. Pomona College is located in Claremont, California, 35...

  5. Pomona College - Wikipedia

    Pomona College (/ p ə ˈ m oʊ n ə / ⓘ pə-MOH-nə) is a private liberal arts college in Claremont, California. It was established in 1887 by a group of Congregationalists who wanted to recreate a "college of the New England type" in Southern California.

  6. Majors & Minors. All disciplines offer a minor, except those denoted by an asterisk. The links below lead to more information about each major; visit our departments page to go directly to department websites. Africana Studies. American Studies. Anthropology. Art. Art History. Asian American Studies.

  7. Pomona College is one of a handful of institutions committed to need-blind admissions and meeting the full demonstrated financial need of all students who enroll. 67% of Pomona students receive some form of financial aid.

  8. If you've completed at least one year's worth of college credit by the time of your potential enrollment at Pomona, you will be a transfer applicant. Diversity and Access. Diversity is crucial to Pomona's educational mission. It's that simple.

  9. Pomona College is located in Claremont, Calif., a tree-lined residential community of 35,000 near the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. Within 50 miles of the campus lies all that Southern California has to offer—from academic and cultural centers, theme parks and attractions, to the desert, mountains and beaches.