Pomona students have mixed opinions on their college facilities. This could either be because the facilities are highly controversial, or it could be because, as liberal arts students, they are trained to always explore opposing viewpoints. The Campus Center, Rains Center, and library are all large and impressive, especially considering the size of the College, but many find them unappealing, unpragmatically designed, and even garish. Others, of course, rave about them, but it is a fact that the facilities generally seem designed more to impress than to, well, facilitate the activities that they were designed to facilitate.
You won't ever feel crowded in Pomona's facilities (except for the cursed mail room—you won't ever not feel crowded in the cursed mail room), which is a definite plus. There are only 1,400 students and the facilities rival many larger schools for sheer size. Pomona facilities tend to follow the recipe of form over function, but the form mainly follows an aesthetic of "bigger is better."