With hundreds of clubs at Cal Poly, you’re sure to find the right fit.
Cal Poly is home to a number of clubs and organizations, giving students the opportunity to broaden their horizons and meet new people. Some of these clubs even present students with the opportunity to exercise the right side of their…
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Cal Poly has 277 chartered, active clubs on campus, but what does it take to start a club, and how difficult is it to gather members?
Thousands of prospective students and their families were on hand this past weekend to see the Cal Poly campus for Open House. The event attracted around 25,000 people for the campus showcase on Saturday with over 200 clubs on display.
The Cal Poly Amateur Radio Club is well-hidden behind a wooden wall behind the Engineering East building. Behind the wall, the club utilizes a high frequency antenna tower which can extend up to 80-feet in the air.
About 12 more clubs are expected to join the 286 current clubs on campus by the Oct. 23 deadline for submitting club charters.
An introduction to a few of the hundreds of clubs on campus
This list is designed as an introduction to a few clubs that could be a good fit for incoming freshman during their time at Cal Poly.
For a full listing of Cal Poly clubs, students can visit the Clubs page at www.asi.calpoly.edu.