Dean of Students Joy Pedersen and faculty hosted another seminar last Thursday for students to discuss progress and provide input and feedback on incorporating gender-neutral bathrooms on campus. Pedersen began the seminar by first discussing the survey results that were posted outside of the Walter F. Dexter Building (34) bathrooms. There were a total of […]
Cal Poly community members encouraged to attend ‘Annual Night Safety Walk’
Cal Poly invites community members to participate in the upcoming Annual Night Safety Walk on Tuesday, to identify poorly lit spaces around Cal Poly’s campus. Students, faculty and staff can meet at Bldg 70, Rm. 110, where they will be given a briefing and grouped into teams each assigned to different areas of campus. The […]
Campus Dining to host ‘Food for Thought’ open forum event for students
The Campus Dining Advisory committee will be hosting the ‘Food for Thought’ open forum in which students can provide feedback and ideas regarding campus dining. The forum will be held on April 19 from 6:10-7 p.m. inside the University Union. Students will also have the opportunity to ask questions about campus dining directly to the […]
Cal Poly Administration and Finance’s ‘Focus Forward Survey’ offers prize raffle for participants
Cal Poly’s Administration and Finance (A&F) has released their fifth annual Focus Forward Survey that allows students, faculty and staff to fill out confidential evaluations for 10 participating departments within A&F. Students, staff and faculty were emailed the survey access link through their Cal Poly emails on March 22. The survey will remain available for Cal […]
Engineering Department conducts COVID-19 resilience study
How flexible are your instructors? To what extent do concerns about finances impact your ability to work or study remotely? One Cal Poly professor wants to know. In an attempt to gather more information about the challenges of remote learning, the College of Engineering recently sent out a survey hoping to gather insight about the […]
The last campus climate survey cost $55,000. Here’s why CPX is costing $243,000
This is the last week students, faculty and staff can participate in the Cal Poly Experience (CPX) survey. The survey is a part of the university’s $234,000 partnership with diversity specialist Damon Williams and his Center for Strategic Diversity Leadership and Social Innovation Team, which began in February 2019. Williams will analyze the survey results […]
Frustrated about parking? Now is your chance to have your voice heard
Transportation and Parking Services in collaboration with campus partners and consulting firm to overcome parking challenges.
Hungry and Homeless: New survey shows some Cal Poly students lack basic living necessities
Video by Sydney Brandt A study conducted by California State University (CSU) systems in January 2018 found that 41.6 percent of students reported food insecurity and 10.9 percent reported homelessness. These results are also reflected in a recent survey of Cal Poly students that yielded similar results. It was found 26.9 percent of Cal Poly […]
Do students care about climate change? Climate Change Action Research Group examines Cal Poly
A survey created by a team of student researches looked at Cal Poly students’ perspective on climate change.
Spring Stampede survey opens for students
“Every vote matters.”
Here are the political issues students care about
Mustang News conducted a survey of 335 Cal Poly students concerning what political issues were important to them. Here’s what they had to say.