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Esto es lo que el presidente Armstrong dice sobre el aumento propuesto por Cal Poly en la tarifa del campus

El artículo fue originalmente escrito en Inglés. La traducción en Español fue hecha por Mieke Esparza. El presidente de Cal Poly, Jeffrey Armstrong, dio dos presentaciones la semana pasada sobre el aumento de College Based Fees (CBF) recientemente propuesto, lo que aumentaría el costo total de la matrícula estatal de Cal Poly por 20% para […]

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Omicron goes to school: students and faculty frustrated upon return to campus amid largest COVID-19 surge

Siga aquí para leer este artículo en Español. The first week of winter quarter looked different for all students at Cal Poly this time around. As some students scrambled to make it to class on time after waiting in hour-long testing lines, other students emailed their professors informing them of their inability to attend the first […]

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Cal Poly plans to switch to semesters

Cal Poly is set to be the final California State University campus to switch to semesters, despite years of pushback from the campus community. Calling it an “eventual transition,” University Spokesperson Cynthia Lambert said Cal Poly is still finalizing plans with the CSU and has yet to make an official announcement.  President Jeffrey Armstrong told […]

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Academic Senate discusses university funding and vaccination rates at first meeting of school year

At the first Academic Senate meeting of the school year on Tuesday, President Jeffrey Armstrong and senate members discussed COVID-19 figures and new financial policies that can expand scholarship and student aid. The Academic Senate is the faculty governing body at Cal Poly. Armstrong said the university will “begin the process this fall” to increase […]

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Cal Poly community rallies to support international students

Cal Poly international students must take an in-person class in the fall to remain in the country.  At colleges offering both online and in-person classes fall semester, international students must take at least one in-person class to stay in the country, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced Monday. International students at colleges offering only […]



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