Freshmen: Don’t panic! Your first year is tough. It’s hard to transition, classes are confusing and information is flying at you from all angles. Just take a deep breath and read through these tips.
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Ashley DeVriend [follow id= “ashleydevriend”] Mustang News reporter Ashley DeVriend takes a look at how students are handling the registration rush.
For materials engineering freshman Josh Ledgerwood, the center gives students a feeling that the school is trying to help people. “I think it enhances Cal Poly because it’s one of the many things they offer,” he said. “They are looking out for our success.”
The answer to student success has been simplified at Cal Poly.
The Mustang Success Center, which opened at the beginning of this fall quarter, is intended for students who need general advising about their path at Cal Poly.
The center opened at the beginning of the quarter, but Mustang Success Center director Shannon Stephens said they have already helped students solve many problems.