Pomona College's campus is spread over 140 acres of land. That includes 16 residential buildings that accommodate almost all students on campus. The college receives equal strength of men and women, keeping the diversity in check. There are more than 250 clubs and organizations to choose helps the students interact with each other, pursue their interests, and engages with the community. A student-run radio station, KSPC is a collaborative educational space promoting love for media, music, and radio. Student Life is the oldest college newspaper in Southern California. The sports facilities include a fold course, basketball and volleyball courts, softball stadium, soccer field, all-weather track, swimming pool, tennis complex and more. The diversity and facilities, along with highly qualified faculty, help the students reach their academic and future goals.