On Jan. 27, the California State University Chancellor announced that there will not be an increase in tuition cost for the next academic year. According to the CSU website, this means that Cal Poly’s yearly tuition will remain the same as the systemwide in-state, undergraduate tuition at $5,742 for students enrolled in six or more […]
The California state auditor thinks Cal Poly students should vote for every mandatory campus fee, that mandatory fees should not pay for faculty or labs and that the state should fund the California State University (CSU) better. Cal Poly’s mandatory fees have increased from $2,439 to $4,201 since 2012 and have begun to fund core […]
Students from California universities are demanding refunds for mandatory student fees in a class-action lawsuit filed Monday, after campuses across the country shifted to online learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The lawsuit was filed by Sonoma State University student Akayla Miller in Los Angeles and Oakland federal courts and alleged that UC and CSU universities owe […]
City of San Luis Obispo residents that congregate and violate the shelter in place order may now face additional fines. The city council unanimously voted April 6 to establish a safety enhancement zone until the shelter at home order ends. As a result, fines are doubled for noise violations, underage drinking, public urination, possession of […]
Students at Cal Poly pay nearly $10,000 in tuition, but not all of their money goes toward academic and facilities services.
President Armstrong announced a new fee for newly enrolled out-of-state undergraduate students starting in fall 2019.
There is a negative correlation between cost for low-income students and the proportion of minority students at public universities.
Failure to register for Week of Welcome by Aug. 15 will result in offers of admission being withdrawn.
Currently, how the Student Success Fee is used is up to the campus. ASI President Joi Sullivan wants to keep it that way.
Cal Poly students could pay $4 more in fees next year to fund an organization most of them have probably never heard of.
College of Liberal Arts (CLA) students will vote Monday and Tuesday on whether to implement a $112 quarterly college-based fee.