This quarter, Cal Poly Student Affairs introduced the tool Paths, a pilot program geared toward first-year and transfer students aiming to connect them with learning experiences outside of the classroom. […]
Cal Poly has been named one of the “Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs” by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA)-College Student Educators International and the magazine Diverse: […]
Hundreds of students, staff and faculty stopped by Mott Lawn April 27 for Cal Poly’s first-ever Day of Kindness. “Cal Poly [Day of] Kindness event was planned so that, as a […]
The bill bans most state-funded travel to Alabama, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee and Texas.
The project is a collaborative effort between local members of the ytt tribe, faculty, staff, University Housing and Student Affairs.
The goal of the minor is for students to contribute to scholarship, creative production and innovation in Queer Studies.
Several resources are available to Cal Poly students who struggle with food insecurity
Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) unanimously passed a resolution Dec. 1 supporting the creation of a full-time position dedicated to addressing the needs of undocumented students at the DREAM Center. According […]
After a year of planning, a safe space for undocumented Cal Poly students and their supporters will be created on campus this winter quarter. The DREAM Center will “allow students […]
Jo Campbell steps in as director of university housing and assistant vice president of student affairs.
The Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs plays a critical role in supporting all students throughout their Cal Poly journey.
Throughout the month of October, four finalists from across the country will be on campus to present their visions of how they plan to inspire all students to embrace their unlimited possibilities.