Student Clubs, Activities and Honor Societies
DeVry Pomona has a strong program of co-curricular (outside of the classroom) activities that offer students a chance to expand their educational experiences into one that reaches "beyond the classroom" setting. By combining theoretical lessons learned in the classroom with direct experiences from the co-curricular activities, students can enhance their sense of identity and gain the skills that will enable them to move in and deal with an increasingly complex world. Information about student clubs and organizations can be found in Student Central.
The Welcome BBQ, which is held the second week of each trimester, is a great way to introduce yourself to existing clubs on campus. Existing clubs are involved with academics, sports, and social issues. If you would like to start a club or student organization, please see Student Services and we will gladly help you plan what is needed to start an organization on campus. Additionally, clubs are invited to submit a home page to DeVry Pomona Student Services for inclusion into the DeVry Pomona page.
The Advocates provides a place for students to develop their leadership and professional skills. Advocates serve the DeVry community by assisting new students, various departments and in by providing a positive and professional appearance to the local community.
Associated Student Body (ASB)
The ASB at DeVry strongly promotes and encourages a "Get Involved" attitude throughout the entire campus. The ASB is an organization that represents the entire student population. The ASB consists of a cabinet of four officers as well an Executive Senator Representative (ESR), four Executive Senators (ES's), and a student representative from each class section, also known as senators. The ASB is on campus to assist in the development of student leaders and to promote an environment conducive to the advancement of academic, personal, and social growth.
Center for Student Activities (CSA) (Not a Club)
The CSA provides various services for DeVry students, including but not limited to: selling discount tickets to local theme parks, movie theaters, and entertainment books. The lost and found is also located in the CSA.
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (I.E.E.E.)
IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity. IEEE and its members inspire a global community through IEEE's highly cited publications, conferences, technology standards, and professional and educational activities.
IEEE Pomona is a club that is informative about the IEEE Organization and does NOT require registering for IEEE membership to join. The club focuses on technological issues pertaining to network systems, information systems, virtualization, cyber defense, and electrical engineering. Other activities like CCNA workshops are also part of the clubs activities. The club also participates in events held by the IEEE Foothill Section and other IEEE school chapters.
Electronics Engineering Society (EES)
The Electronics Engineering Society was founded to encourage the development of engineering skills by granting students the opportunity to become a part of a society who focuses on the applications and development of key skills needed to master in order to become a successful working professional.