“If I stay home more, Cal Poly is going to be at a disadvantage in a competitive world,” Armstrong said. “If that’s the case, then our students will be at a disadvantage. It is contributing indirectly to our student’s success.”
Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong called for a listening session in Chumash Auditorium to discuss the faculty and staff salary issues at hand.
Cal Poly may soon be a year long school if President Armstrong’s master plan is passed.
At a meeting Thursday in Alex and Faye Spanos Theatre, CLA staff and faculty voiced their concerns over current salary issues.
The “year-around” schedule will increase graduation rates but decrease the number of students on campus at any one time.
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.