Campus Center Marketplace, located at Building 97, is in the heart of the Cal Poly Pomona campus, southeast of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences (Bldg. 5) and southwest of the College of Education and Integrative Studies (Bldg. 6). Campus Center Marketplace offers a wide variety of dining venues and has indoor and outdoor seating areas.
The Career Center and Computer Lab are also located in Building 97; the entrance is located underneath Campus Center Marketplace, across from the Cultural Centers.
Dining venues at Campus Center Marketplace:
The Bronco Student Center (BSC) is the social hub for all things student-related. Located in Building 35, west of the Bronco Bookstore, the BSC is where students are able to eat, meet, study, and play! Whether students need to unwind in the Games Room Etc., grab a bite at the food court, complete homework in the study lounges, or simply hang out with friends, the BSC is the perfect place for all student needs. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
The BSC is also a highly desirable location to host meetings, conferences, and events. The BSC’s meeting facility accommodates anywhere from 10 to 1,200 guests in a variety of seating and meeting room arrangements, and Dining Services is proud to cater any event at BSC.
Dining venues at the Bronco Student Center:
Los Olivos, located in Building 70, is an all-you-care-to-eat dining venue with a large indoor eating area, an outside patio, and numerous choices for any diet. Try one or all of the many delicious stations:
Visit the Los Olivos webpage for additional information.
The College of Business Administration, located in Building 164, south of the W.K. Kellogg Rose Garden, houses the Pony Express convenience store and Einstein Bros. Bagels. The two dining venues share their location, making it ultra-convenient for guests to order a warm sandwich from Einstein Bros. Bagels and purchase a snack for later at the adjacent convenience store. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Dining venues at the College of Business:
Travel a little south of the Residential Suites to find The Den by Denny’s and the Vista Market convenience store, located in Building 52, east of the Kellogg Gymnasium. Guests can eat in the lively indoor dining area or outside near a large grassy field lined with trees.
Dining venues at the Residential Suites:
The University Library, located in Building 15, is not only a place to type research papers, check out books, and study, but a place where you can grab a pick-me-up beverage or snack. Starbucks is located on the first floor of the University Library and can be accessed from inside or outside the building. Indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Dining venues at the University Library:
Kellogg West Conference Center & Hotel, located in Building 76, sits on a wooded hilltop overlooking cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg’s former ranch estate, and is the perfect backdrop for meetings, conferences, weddings, and other special events. Kellogg West offers a spacious dining room for breakfast, lunch, and dinner (reservations required) as well as catering for any campus meeting or event. Whether catering is needed for a simple breakfast or an upscale executive luncheon, Kellogg West has a wide variety of options to choose from, including full-service catering and value pick-up trays. Hotel guests can also order room service and enjoy a complimentary hot breakfast served daily. Visit www.KelloggWest.com for more details.
The Center for Training, Technology, and Incubation (CTTi) at Innovation Village houses office and wet lab space for emerging to medium-size companies looking to grow their business. CTTi is also home to the award-winning Innovation Brew Works. Located on the outskirts of the Cal Poly Pomona campus, just east of the University Village, Innovation Brew Works serves as a learn-by-doing educational laboratory, a microbrewery, and a café. It is the first genuine educational brewery-restaurant on a college campus that is open to the public.
Dining venues at Innovation Village:
Located on the south side of Temple Avenue, next to the University Village, Kellogg Ranch is encompassed by lush greenery, fruit trees, and other flourishing vegetation. Kellogg Ranch is home to the Farm Store, which offers an enhanced line of products from the campus’s farms, orchards, and nursery.
Dining venues at Kellogg Ranch:
Located in Building 42, the Bronco Recreation and Intramural Complex (BRIC) is a 165,000 square-foot recreation center with leisure and lap pools, a 53’ climbing wall, five multipurpose fitness studios, two racquetball courts, indoor jogging track, and much more. A full-service Jamba Juice is located at the BRIC with service windows inside and outside the building, as well as one outside on the pool deck. Outdoor seating is available.
Dining venues at the BRIC:
The Collins College of Hospitality Management sits on a verdant hilltop near Kellogg West Conference Center & Hotel, and is consistently ranked among the premier hospitality colleges in the world. H Café, a small convenience store, and The Restaurant at Kellogg Ranch, a student-operated restaurant serving both lunch and dinner, are located at the Collins College. The restaurant is part of the hospitality management curriculum at The Collins College of Hospitality Management. Reservations can be made at http://www.cpp.edu/~rkr/.
Dining venues at the Collins College: