Cuesta to prove itself worthy of keeping accreditation

Cuesta College might soon lose its accreditation and, with it, students’ ability to transfer units to four-year universities.

From X-rays to the batting cage: Miller bounces back from nagging injury

Mike Miller was one doctor’s appointment away from hanging up his baseball spikes.

Summer make-up program ranks poorly with Cal Poly

The department heads of English and mathematics said they oppose the CSU mandated Early Start program because remediation isn’t a large problem at Cal Poly.

Civil engineering students reveal plans for SLO bike path

Students from Cal Poly’s Sustainable Mobility civil engineering class presented proposals for a new bike path from Cal Poly through Cuesta College and Chorro Valley to Morro Bay.

Student fundraises to combat Multiple Sclerosis

Cal Poly student lives with multiple sclerosis and keeps spirits high despite facing challenges.

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.