Cal Poly’s four-year graduation rate increased during the past 20 years to 47 percent, making it the highest in the college’s history, according to the digital archives and the Cal […]
Though Cal Poly’s academic senate intended to vote on an engineering unit cap resolution Tuesday evening, the vote was postponed to Spring Quarter due to time restraints.
Cal Poly’s full Academic Senate will be debating merits of the engineering unit cap resolution Tuesday.
The Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA+) — a performance based assessment measuring problem solving, analytic-reasoning and writing skills — is part of Cal Poly’s focus on students’ critical thinking skills.
Post-turkey festivities, Cal Poly administration, faculty and staff are still thankful for national parks and peace.
A new unit cap will restrict universities from requiring more than 180 quarter units of coursework for students to earn a bachelor’s degree.
Sean McMinn firstname.lastname@example.org In addition to examining Cal Poly’s possible conversion to semesters — a notion that was ultimately rejected — the Semester Review Task Force presented other ideas that could change […]