Pomona College: The Campus in Claremont, California
Warm-up your language skills at the “college in a garden” of Southern California. Ranked the #4 National Liberal Arts College in U.S. News and World Report’s 2014 college rankings, Pomona College features old stone buildings next to rows of palm trees and a Hogwarts-style dining hall. Academy students live in dorm neighborhoods and enjoy access to the Rains Center for Sport and Recreation. The campus also includes an outdoor theater, a performance hall, and small courtyards attached to academic buildings. Thirty-five miles from Los Angeles, this location offers a comfortable space for focused study with access to the big city. Take a virtual tour of Pomona's campus now!
Claremont sits at the base of the San Gabriel Mountains and is a lively small city. The original Claremont community began in 1887 as a frontier town and Pomona was founded in 1888 as a “New England-style” college for the west coast.
The college teaches a liberal arts curriculum and has been ranked as one of the top liberal arts schools in the nation, recognized as a leading graduator of Fulbright Scholars. During the school year, Pomona collaborates with six neighboring institutions, which together comprise the Claremont Colleges.