Student Services Center (SSC)
Western University of Health Sciences
309 E. Second Street
Pomona, CA 91766
During the academic Year, our campus tours are typically led by a current WesternU student. It is a great opportunity to inquire about their path to WesternU and how they’re doing with the academic/social balance. Dress comfortably and be aware of the weather. Tours generally last 50 minutes and include:
- A walk through of our main campus (Pomona, CA)
- A look inside The Daumier – our on campus housing
- When available – a tour of various lab spaces
- An opportunity to visit with an enrollment counselor
If you haven’t already, please register for a campus tour. We look forward to seeing you on campus and speaking with you about your educational goals.
Group Tours require more individualized attention and coordination. Please contact us directly and we’ll build a visit for your group.
Office of University Recruitment
Plan to arrive 10 to 15 minutes early to park and check-in at the SSC
11:45 AM to 11:55 AM
Check-in at the front desk in the Student Services Center (SSC)
12:00 PM to 1:00 PM
Preceding or Following Campus Tour
An opportunity to visit with an enrollment counselor to address your questions about WesternU and the path to enrollment.
From the 10 Freeway and 210 Freeway
Exit Towne Avenue and go South. Turn right on Third Street. Go 2 blocks to the stop sign (Linden and Third) and you will see the WesternU campus on your right.
From the 60 Freeway
Exit Garey Avenue and go North. Turn right on Third Street. Go 2 blocks to the stop sign (Gibbs and Third) and you will see the WesternU campus on your left.
From the 71 Freeway (from Corona)
Exit Rio Rancho Road and go East. Turn left on Garey Avenue heading North. Turn right on Third Street. Go 2 blocks to the stop sign (Gibbs and Third) and you will see the WesternU campus on your left
The paid lot, indicated on the map below, is your best and closest option. This lot is patrolled by the City of Pomona and is FREE for 2 hours. You may also find street parking available around campus.
Because the majority of our facilities are not designed for occupancy by young children, and safety is our first priority, we ask that you please make appropriate arrangements.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, it is our policy to provide reasonable accommodations for individuals with a disability who may need assistance during their visit to our campus. If you require any reasonable accommodations while on campus, please let us know.