In Fall 2018, out of the total 21,812 students that attended Cal Poly as undergraduates, 867 of them were incoming transfer students.
A new athletic clothing store is coming to downtown San Luis Obispo in early August. Athleta, owned by Gap Inc., will open at 879 Higuera St. The storefront was previously occupied by Gap, but closed in January 2019. We hear you—we can’t wait to be there! Our San Luis Obispo store should be open by […]
As the City of San Luis Obispo prolongs the adoption of e-scooters, Cal Poly is proposing steps to make it more difficult for companies like Bird or Lime to drop a fleet of scooters on campus. A proposal by Transportation and Parking Services (TAPS) included a $75 fee for scooters left by companies on campus. […]
English junior Viridiana Camorlinga remembers the moment she opened the email. For the first time in her life, she was on academic probation. Her stomach dropped. Yes, she had had personal issues. Yes, her pre-existing anxiety had become worse. But her main issue, she said, was trying to navigate through Cal Poly as a transfer […]
Four friends came together to create a film organization in San Luis Obispo with the goal of creating awareness and conversation about filmmaking and creative storytelling while touching on issues like environmental and socio-political issues. SLO Motion Film was officially created in March 2019, but the first film screening will be held at the Fremont […]
12 students from the Cal Poly AMA chapter make history by placing among the top 15 at the AMA Collegiate Conference for the first time.
California gas price averages exceed $4 dollars for the first time in five years.
Cal Poly civil engineers are hoping to win their third-straight national title in concrete canoe building on their home turf. The American Society of Civil Engineers’ Pacific Southwest Conference (AISC), held from April 4 through 6, is expected to attract 1,300 engineering students from 19 western universities and colleges. The last time Cal Poly hosted […]