Chancellor approves Student Success Fee

The California State University (CSU) Chancellor’s Office approved Cal Poly’s request to enact the Student Success Fee, ending months of planning and outreach over the tuition increase. In an email to students on Friday, Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong announced…

Last call for information

With just one day left before the advisory vote on the proposed Student Success Fee, 20 students attended the last of the administration-sponsored open forums Tuesday. University Union Advisory Board member and agricultural business sophomore Jason Colombini was among those…

History repeats itself as fee proposal comes to students

Less than three years after voting to increase College Based Fees, Cal Poly students will once again be asked to advise the university president on a school-wide tuition increase come Wednesday. The Student Success Fee brings up uncanny similarities to…

Police chief retires to focus on family

University Police Department (UPD) Chief Bill Watton retired last December after more than 11 years at Cal Poly. Though he is technically finished at UPD, Watton does not plan to step down as acting police chief until a replacement is…

V.P.'s new job targets Cal Poly diversity

Former Vice President of Student Affairs Cornel Morton will work as Cal Poly’s first senior adviser to the president for outreach following his return from a one-month leave in February. Morton, who has been the vice president of student affairs…

VP of Student Affairs reassigned

Cal Poly Vice President of Student Affairs Cornel Morton will no longer be in his current position come January, the university announced Thursday. He will instead be working as Cal Poly’s first senior advisor to the president for outreach. Morton,…

Cal Poly: After the assaults

In the wake of a spring quarter marred by sexual assault, the question of how to safely pursue sex and alcohol in college life was asked at the end of spring quarter. It is a question that will continue to…

Students, university to face tuition increase aftermath

The CSU Board of Trustees finalized an additional 12 percent increase in tuition on July 12.

Armstrong calls for change after recent sexual assaults

Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong organized a task force of Academic Senate chair Rachel Fernflores, vice president of Student Affairs Cornel Morton and Associated Students Inc. president Sarah Storelli to meet today and discuss future sexual assault prevention.