Top ten things you need to know about Cal Poly’s future

Cal Poly may soon be a year long school if President Armstrong’s master plan is passed.

Staff, faculty salary listening sessions continue

At a meeting Thursday in Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre, CLA staff and faculty voiced their concerns over current salary issues.

Mandatory on-campus sophomore housing still on the table, sparks push-back from ASI

“Could there be a policy someday? Maybe. That is within the realm of possibility.”

Cal Poly considers ‘year-around’ schedule, other plans for development

The “year-around” schedule will increase graduation rates but decrease the number of students on campus at any one time.

Diversity, housing, new buildings and sustainability encompass Cal Poly’s master plan

The goal is to house 100 percent of freshmen and sophomores.

2-year on-campus housing a goal, but won’t be a requirement, officials say

The goal is to make Cal Poly more of a community, officials say.

President Armstrong, city officials respond to roof collapse

The university is currently gathering facts on the events of last Saturday’s St. Fratty’s Day roof collapse as well as working to incorporate student dialogue into the investigation according to Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong.

University responds to St. Fratty’s Day event

“Once we have all the facts, the university will respond swiftly and accordingly.”

Mandatory fee implementation policy passed to students’ favor

The Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) Board of Directors voted that the implementation of student success fees is subject to a binding student vote.

WATCH: Mustang News chats with President Armstrong

Leah Horner sits down with President Armstrong with questions tweeted from students.

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