Cal Poly is adding a new program to its summer session options, but this time it will be crunched into three weeks.
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’s Academic Senate is currently in the process of reviewing new unit count limits for science-based degrees.
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.
After special populations and graduate students register, seniors who are graduating will have rotation before those with priority registration.
The Learn By Doing commons — an idea proposed by Cal Poly President Jeffrey Armstrong — would be a place for students of all majors in the six academic colleges to collaborate through hands-on interdisciplinary learning experiences.
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.