Appointed committee to begin Success Fee spending

The team assigned to spend the money gained by Cal Poly’s Student Success Fee is set to begin a month-long process that will potentially end with more classes for students. The 11-person group, which includes seven students, held an initial meeting…

CSU unit cap to begin in fall

Thousands of students registering for Cal Poly classes next fall will see first-hand a new result of California’s budget woes: a 16-unit registration cap. A California State University (CSU) memo issued in early March will standardize a unit cap for…

Administrators to consider semesters

Cal Poly administrators are examining the possibility of moving the university toward a semester-based calendar in response to statewide pressure to standardize the California State University (CSU) system. A CSU task force co-chaired by Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong, among…

Armstrong: presidency is 'dream job'

He’s the big man on campus. But judging from his attitude as he walks back to his office from lunch at 19 Metro Station, it’s a title he could do without. Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong greets nearly every other person…

Provost settles into new job

Unpacked boxes clutter the office of new Cal Poly Provost Kathleen Enz Finken. Several books and knick-knacks sit on the dark bookshelves, but other than that, Enz Finken’s office is undecorated. The new provost, who was selected to replace former…