Pomona College - Campus Tour



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Monkeydo12
January 05 2014
Tour was large and our tour guide was late, but in the end we got away and the tour guide (F Junior) was very informative and really answered all questions thrown at her, she was charming & bright [View Full Report]
balletlove97
October 20 2013
Very beautiful! As soon as stepped on campus I knew this is exactly where I want to go. The students were all very friendly and willing to help. Our tour guide was informative. [View Full Report]
nirvanafan007
February 22 2013
The campus is beautiful! It was very quiet but that was because everyone was at lunch! It was very tidy as well. [View Full Report]
missy4537
August 17 2012
Gorgeous campus. The surrounding neighborhood is lovely and incredibly safe. Within walking distance is "The Village" full of restaurants, stores and even a Farmer's Market. Charming [View Full Report]
quintamonious
April 19 2012
The campus was really quite nice. I loved the whole feel and the fact that it wasn't too big or too small. The tour guides knew what they were talking about and were really helpful. [View Full Report]
wrldtravlr
March 29 2012
Good tour guide with many fun anecdotes thrown in. Covered almost everything. Took us to the oldest dorm so we could see the worst it gets, didn't even mention the new dorm. [View Full Report]
Youdon'tsay
February 23 2012
Crowd was huge because it was a holiday. Four tour guides left at once, but each group was still really large. Our guide was a little over the top in manner, but quite informative. [View Full Report]
MindySue
November 07 2011
I asked the young man leading our tour why he chose Pomona, and he gave some very good information about the philosophy of the school and how different it was. [View Full Report]
SingingBetty
October 16 2011
90 minute tour. Saw dorm and had knowledgeable guide [View Full Report]
LostCoast
February 20 2011
Two tour guides. They were really good at providing information about the campus, though my daughter felt that they lacked the enthusiasm for their campus that our Pitzer lead guide showed. [View Full Report]
tmat91
October 19 2009
Very nice campus. [View Full Report]
lolcats4
April 21 2009
I took several student-led, mini-tours of different areas of the campus (this was during an Admitted Students Day). The tour-guides were very helpful in relating their experiences. [View Full Report]
coin
March 22 2009
Freaking gorgeous. Tour guides were freshmen, very enthusiastic and warm. It was really disorganized, but in a totally casual way that made it really appealing to me. All improvised, you could tell. [View Full Report]
gapyearinjo
September 18 2008
Absolutely terrible: very large group (20-30 people), difficulty hearing the guide, no opportunity to ask questions. However, I visited in the summer so perhaps the school year offers smaller tours. [View Full Report]
rubybrett
August 06 2008
Our guide was very candid about the pros & cons of Pomona: she loved the 5C but hated its location, loved this class but didn't like this one, etc. Made some oddly snide comments about other [View Full Report]
trompette003
March 30 2008
We had a new tour guide and an experienced helper. They were both very approachable, knowledgeable and willing to answer questions. They pointed out the recent renovations and showed us a dorm room. [View Full Report]
catsushi
January 12 2008
The first time I visited I went on a campus tour. It was slightly rainy that day, and the group was HUGE, which surprised admissions. The guides were helpful, and one introduced me to the swim coach. [View Full Report]
jme614
October 30 2006
informative, saw all key places (except the library... never did get to go in there) [View Full Report]
burntsnowman
August 23 2006
Campus is just plain gorgeous, and definitely a selling point, together with the SoCal location. Campus seemed even prettier when son moved in this fall. Top notch dorms and facilities. Very good food. Friendly, welcoming atmosphere. [View Full Report]
raindrop1019
August 04 2006
I had a very nice tour guide who was very enthusiastic about Pomona. Although a history major, she was able to touch on all the academic offerings of [View Full Report]