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Colombini asked students to spend two to three minutes to complete a survey “to evaluate needs and prioritize projects.”

Mustang News Staff Report
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Associated Students, Inc. President Jason Colombini sent out a campus-wide survey in an email Monday afternoon asking students to answer 10 questions “to determine what students truly want to see changed on campus.”

Some of the questions asked were if students supported having an alcoholic venue on campus, if students with higher degree progress should receive registration priority and if students would support a fee to upgrade or reconstruct Mott Athletics Center, where men’s and women’s basketball play home games.

“Keep in mind that some of these topics are focused on long term change, but for many others, changes can be made as soon as this year,” Colombini said. “Ultimately, it is not about what I want for Cal Poly, or what any single person wants, but what the students as a whole want changed.”

The survey closes on Monday, Nov. 11.

Sara Natividad contributed to this staff report.

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