Cal Poly is projecting enrollment of 4,488 first-time freshmen and 760 transfer students this year — and enrolling 383 less freshmen and 187 less transfer students than last year.
Cal Poly recently implemented a new registration rotation for graduating seniors, but that’s not the only change students will be seeing in the future.
Cal Poly’s admition rate for Fall 2014 applicants is the lowest in university history — 28 percent.
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For the next fiscal year, Cal Poly is expecting about $14.6 million in revenue through the Student Success Fee. Of that amount, approximately $9.2 million will be spent on additional classes,
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Cal Poly is working toward giving students a registration time slot based on how many units they’ve earned and dropping priority registration altogether.
Between classes, work, clubs and weekend beach trips, it can be difficult for Cal Poly students to pay attention to what’s going on around campus.
As Cal Poly aims to create a more consistent support network for students, nearly 5 percent of the Student Success Fee next year will fund what administrators have dubbed the university’s Academic Success Center.