Some college first years thrive with this new found freedom. They find it easy to meet people, join groups and clubs they are passionate about, and flourish without the same restrictions they lived with at home. These students seem to transition seamlessly to a completely different lifestyle. But, for others the first quarter of college […]
“I am not that girl who goes in [to the gym] to only do five-pound sets, and I am not the girl going in to do five-pound sets to watch a dude slam ten,” Nguy said. “I am going in to slam that ten for myself.”
After two months of waiting, students can now retrieve the remainder of their belongings from on-campus housing during a scheduled pickup date between now through June 14, according to an email from University Housing. In their housing portal, students can reserve a date and time specific to their dorm to retrieve their belongings, with 12 […]
The university extended the date for incoming freshmen students to edit preferences on their housing application from May 7 to June 1 due to COVID-19 complications. The pandemic, which has caused unprecedented increases in employment, was a reason for concern among many incoming freshmen — some of whom voiced their difficulties paying the housing deposit […]
Incoming freshmen give their thoughts on the potential for online classes in the fall.
Incoming electrical engineering freshman Ashton Mitchell will be 16-years old when he starts at Cal Poly in the fall.
It happened in 1996 — a Cal Poly freshman went missing. Her investigation has been ongoing for the past 23 years. To this day, it is unknown what happened to Kristin Smart. Orcutt resident Chris Lambert has lived on the Central Coast his entire life. His interest in Smart’s case was sparked at a young […]
One of Cal Poly Women’s Golf’s top performers, Elizabeth Scholtes, won the Big West Freshman of the Year Award after an impressive collegiate debut season. “It’s motivating me to do better next year,” Scholtes said. “I feel like I had a really good start to my college career and hope that it only goes up […]
Cal Poly has been ranked No. 26 in the nation for making the most money off of declined applications in the 2016-17 year, according to a recent study by LendEDU. During the 2016-17 year, Cal Poly had a total of 48,162 applications and admitted 14,202 freshmen and transfer students. This resulted in $1,867,800 made from […]
Week of Welcome 2018 kicked off with an exciting move-in weekend filled with protests, fires and a power outage.
Incoming freshman, transfer students and other continuing students now have dining options with meal credits and declining balance funds.