First thing that most notice is how big and how beautiful the campus is! CPP has been renovating a lot in the past few years and is in the process of creating a new administrative building. Not to mention, CPP is a very diverse school with friendly people! Registration for classes every quarter can be frustrating unless you are involved in something that gives you priority registration. It is typical for students to stay an extra quarter or an extra year to obtain their degree. With that being said, it's a good thing that CPP is a pretty affordable school, especially if you do not dorm. Another good thing is that professor's genuinely want you to succeed. There are some who will go easy on their students and some who will not, so try to find professor reviews to get a good balance and to be prepared. Greek life on campus is small/medium and has personally given me a better college experience. If you can afford it, keep up with it, and still focus on school, I highly recommend pledging yourself to a chapter. Not much to do in the actual city of Pomona, so find some friends and create your own unique social lives.