A team of Cal Poly business students won first place in the 2020 Mulroy Real Estate Challenge on April 3, among 26 other teams from top universities.
As companies look to hire more technology students instead of traditional accounting students, fintech club members said students need to be prepared for the changing field.
“So what you want to do is you want to take your heel off, and you have a flat,” Kym Douglas said in the episode. “I just took my heel off. Look, I got flat shoes.”
Orfalea College of Business (OCOB) is accepting applications now for their new sales minor, set to debut Fall 2019. Administration, faculty and staff collaborated to form the minor after students expressed a need for more sales-related curriculum, according to marketing…
In business administration sophomore Nicholas Perez’s hometown of La Mirada, California, he could see a person of just about any race or ethnicity anywhere in his neighborhood. After arriving in San Luis Obispo for Week of Welcome (WOW), Perez felt…
In Fall 2018, the LITC had 28 active clients, closed 10 cases and had $85,435 of liabilities reduced.
Business administration Alexis Anderson was the first Cal Poly student to make it to the championship round.
Three months into her term in office, Mayor Heidi Harmon is working to strengthen the city’s relationship with students.