Cal Poly Pomona started as the southern extension of the California Polytechnic School (today known as Cal Poly San Luis Obispo) in 1938 when a totally prepared school and ranch in the city of San Dimas were given by Charles Voorhis and his child Jerry Voorhis. The satellite grounds developed further in 1949 when a stallion farm in the neighboring city of Pomona, which had a place with Will Keith Kellogg, was gained from the University of California. Cal Poly Pomona, then known as Cal Poly Kellogg-Voorhis, and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo proceeded with operations under a brought together managerial control until they got to be autonomous from one another in 1966. Cal Poly Pomona presently offers 94 diverse Bachelor's degrees, 39 Master's degrees, 13 showing accreditations and a doctorate over 9 unique scholarly universities. The college is one among a little gathering of polytechnic colleges in the United States which have a tendency to be principally given to the guideline of specialized expressions and connected sciences.