Fee forum failures spark new outreach efforts

Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) President Kiyana Tabrizi called the proposed Student Success Fee the most important tuition decision Cal Poly has ever faced. But students’ lack of interest might indicate disagreement. With only two open forums left for students to…

Some incoming freshmen to take remedial summer classes

A new California State University (CSU) policy taking effect this year will aim to level the playing field for undergraduates by implementing mandatory summer courses for some students. Incoming Cal Poly freshmen struggling in English and math may soon find…

CSU faculty threatens strike in light of raise dispute

The California Faculty Association (CFA) called for a November strike against the California State University (CSU) system in protest of wage negotiation talks Wednesday at an eSummit online press conference, CFA members will meet at California State Dominguez Hills and East Bay Universities…

Armstrong’s salary confirmed

The California State University (CSU) Board of Trustees approved the annual salary for newly appointed Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong today.

Poly to offer more summer school courses than ever

Due to the state budget crisis, both Cal Poly and Cuesta College’s summer school funds have been cut. Cal Poly, however, will continue to offer courses under the self-supporting office of Continuing Education. While more than double the amount of Cal Poly courses will be offered, they will also be more expensive.

New CSU initiative to raise graduation rates

The California State University Board of Trustees announced a new graduation initiative at its board meeting Jan. 27.