Cal Poly Pomona is known for its scenic and historic 1,400-acre campus, which was once the winter ranch of cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg. The university's nearly 28,000 students are taught and mentored by the campus' more than 1,400 faculty and are actively engaged in 51 baccalaureate and 30 master's degree programs, 11 credential and certificate programs, and a doctorate in educational leadership. Highly regarded among its peer institutions, Cal Poly Pomona is No. 2 in the US. News and World Report rankings of top public regional universities in the west and was named the No. 15 best value college in the nation by Money Magazine. Cal Poly Pomona also stands as a national leader in promoting social mobility, and as a champion for diversity and inclusion was placed among the 25 top institutions in the country in awarding bachelor's degrees to minority students by Diverse Issues in Higher Education.