Cal Poly’s Art and Design major offers three different concentrations: graphic design, photography and video and studio art. The largest of these is the graphic design concentration, yet students and […]
With in-person classes comes in-person test-taking—something many Cal Poly students have not experienced in over a year. The challenging circumstances of the COVID-19 pandemic put pressure on students and faculty […]
Being a college student the past year has never been so different, or some may say so easy. While some students have found the turn to virtual classes to be a blessing in disguise, given easy access to the internet and changed grading policies, others have struggled adjusting to the online format.
Data collected by Academic Affairs at Cal Poly showed a 7.8% increase in the average student GPA from fall quarter 2019 to winter quarter 2021. The data was based on the 21,812 undergraduate and graduate students attending Cal Poly.
One in five people will experience a mental illness during their lifetime, Mental Health America said. To spread awareness about mental illness, the United States has observed Mental Health Awareness Month every May […]
The California State Legislature may vote to determine that taking an ethnic studies course should be a graduation requirement.
The 2020-2021 catalog will feature Cal Poly’s new GE requirements, which take effect Summer 2020. Students will have the choice to stay on their current catalog or switch to the new GE 2020.
The Diversity Cluster Hire program aims to ensure that new assistant professors contribute to the university’s diversity and inclusion efforts through their teaching and curriculum.
The sun is out, and music festival season is upon us. But just what kind of toll does attending a three-day concert take on students’ academics, as well as their bank account? And what are professors being told by students who miss class?
Approaching employers can be nerve-racking. Here’s some tips on how to do it the right way.
The liberal arts and engineering studies major allows students to combine two disciplines into one.
Learn by doing, the wine and viticulture way