Poly Parent News: June 2019

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Director's Message

Cal Poly is buzzing with excitement for commencement, summer, travel and new beginnings. We will be conferring degrees on over 5,000 graduates next week, and we are so proud of our Mustangs! As a reminder to all family, friends, supporters and graduates: Please celebrate responsibly during commencement weekend and remember that we have a clear bag policy in the stadium.

Please download the Cal Poly Now Commencement app to stay updated prior to (and during) commencement exercises.

We look forward to seeing many of you at commencement and many others who are arriving to help their student move out of our on-campus housing. Otherwise, maybe consider a family trip to SLO this summer – it is one of the best times of year to visit our beautiful city!

Sincerely,
Tessa Stevens Espinoza, M.A. Ed.
Senior Director of Strategy and Engagement

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Spring Commencement Information

With Commencement quickly approaching, here is some important information to help you and your student prepare for the big day!

Grad Bash | June 5 | 4:30-6:30pm | Spanos Stadium

Alumni Relations is hosting a celebration for spring graduates! Locally-brewed Firestone Walker is provided with government-issued, non-student ID. Featuring a live performance by Grand Ave! Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cal-poly-grad-bash-2019-tickets-61702452697

Cap Decorating | June 6 | 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. | UU Craft Center (Building 65 Room 111)

ASI is sponsoring a cap decorating event for graduating students to utilize free supplies in the ASI Craft Center!

Cultural Commencements

To view a full list of Cultural Commencement events open to all graduating students, click here.

Department Events

To view the full list of college and department events hosted over commencement weekend, click here.

Spring 2019 Commencement Ceremonies | June 15-16, 2019 | Alex G. Spanos Stadium

Graduates will celebrate being Mustangs Forever at their assigned ceremony times, based on programs of study, as listed below:

Saturday, June 15, 2019 | 5:00 p.m. | College of Architecture and Environmental Design, College of Engineering and College of Science and Mathematics

Sunday, June 16, 2019 | 5:00 p.m. | College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences, Orfalea College of Business and College of Liberal Arts

More Information

Parents, supporters, family, and friends can sign up for Spring Commencement 2019 information emails HERE to stay in the loop about commencement ceremonies, regalia, parking, tickets, and more.

In addition to signing up to receive emails, guests are encouraged to download the Cal Poly Now Commencement app to receive important commencement-related information.

You can also follow Cal Poly Commencement on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date with the latest news and announcements.

For any questions about Spring Commencement 2018, please contact the Commencement Office at 805-756-1600 or commencement@calpoly.edu.

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On-Campus Housing Move Out Information

While the end of the school year is just one month away, it is a good idea to start planning move-out logistics. Students living on campus must vacate their rooms and apartments by 5pm on Sunday, June 19, 20189. Remind your student to do the following before vacating their room:

Pack

Start packing and taking things home now! Moving boxes can be purchased at Canyon Post, Campus Market, and the University Store.

  • Trash: Dumpsters will be added throughout University Housing. Remind your student to place all trash in dumpsters and large trash bins. They MUST NOT leave trash in stairways, hallways, study lounges, common-area trash bins.
  • Loading: During finals week, temporary loading is permitted in lots near residence halls and apartments. Please move your vehicle after you load your car (or remind your student to do so). In PCV only, 40-minute curbside loading will be available during move-out. All red zone and metered parking rules apply.

Clean

  • Cleaning supplies are available at your student’s front desk! Your student’s room should be in the same state it was when they moved into it. Remind them to clean these areas:
    • Window sills
    • All assigned furniture (put back in original layout)
    • Kitchen, including inside of refrigerator and freezer
    • Trash and recycle bins (empty them!)
    • Remove any decals, tape, tacks, etc.

Checkout

  • Once your student’s room is completely ready for checkout, they should go to their community front desk with their keys and key card. Failure to checkout or follow procedure will result in an Improper Checkout Fee, in addition to any charges associated with damages, cleanliness, lost keys or access cards.

Below are links to information your student will need to know to complete their checkout from on-campus housing at the end of the academic year. 

Remember that many other students will be moving out during these dates, so please exercise patience and plan accordingly.

Find more important housing dates here. If your student has any questions, they can contact their Resident or Community Advisor, or CSD.

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New Mentoring and Networking Platform Available for Students and Alumni

Career Services and Alumni Engagement have partnered to launch Cal Poly Career Connections, an exclusive online networking and mentoring platform for Cal Poly students and alumni. Career Connections offers students a way to easily connect with alumni to seek career advice and mentoring.  The platform provides alumni an opportunity to support and engage with current students and to network with other alumni. The platform launched for alumni on May 16. Students will be invited to join on June 3 and can log in through their portal. Cal Poly faculty and staff who graduated from Cal Poly are invited to join Career Connections as alumni mentors. For more information, visit careerconnections.calpoly.edu

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Cal Poly Launches Second-Ever Comprehensive Fundraising Campaign to Advance and Support Learn by Doing on Campus

President Armstrong announced the kickoff of The Power of Doing: The Campaign for Learn by Doing at the Evening of Green & Gold on Friday, May 3, with an ambitious goal of raising $700 million by 2021. As the second comprehensive fundraising campaign in Cal Poly's history, The Power of Doing will have a direct impact on students, departments and programs across campus with focused support and funding to ensure that Learn by Doing continues to evolve well into the future. With over $556 million already committed by over 51,000 donors, funds will go toward the three main campaign pillars of empowering students, empowering excellence, and empowering innovation — all of which will help provide new opportunities for innovation and research. Specifically, this includes increased scholarship funding, better supported programs, additional classroom and lab spaces, more state-of-the-art technologies and equipment, expanded collaborative spaces for interdisciplinary projects, greater research opportunities, more industry partnerships, and more hands-on learning and real-world problem-solving for students. Learn more about The Power of Doing at giving.calpoly.edu, the university’s newly launched campaign website.

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Nine Projects Need Support on Spur Change Crowdfunding Platform

Nine projects are seeking support this spring through Spur Change, a digital crowdfunding platform launched last fall where colleges, units, programs, clubs and organizations can secure funding for projects that enhance the Learn by Doing experience. Hosted and managed by Annual Giving, the Spur Change platform gives project sponsors the opportunity to use the power of crowdfunding by reaching out to networks to raise funds for their featured projects. Visit https://crowdfund.calpoly.edu/ to learn more and donate. By giving, you can help:

  • Support 175 fifth-year architecture seniors raise funds for their end-of-the-year thesis exhibit
  • Support the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Perspectives and Impact Conference on campus
  • Support the design and construction of an exoskeleton to allow a student with cerebral palsy to walk;
  • Help the Cal Poly Disc Golf club raise money to construct a course
  • Assist students in the National Electrical Contractors Association Club enhance infrastructure in Ghana
  • Send nine students in the Women’s and Gender Studies Department to the National Women’s Studies Association Conference
  • Fund scholarships to alleviate financial stress for students with unpaid internships
  • Support ongoing Aware Awake Alive research and awareness through WITH US
  • Support WOW leader training, events and programming

Learn more here.

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New Cal Poly Farmers Market Comes to Mustang Way

Campus Health and Wellbeing hosted the first Cal Poly Farmers Market on May 7 at Mustang Way. The market will occur bi-weekly — the first and third Tuesdays of the month — from May through November and will feature San Luis Obispo County farmers and Cal Poly vendors. The effort is a part of Campus Health and Wellbeing’s goal to ensure that all students, staff and faculty have access to local, seasonal and nutritious foods. In 2018, the CSU Chancellor’s Office awarded Cal Poly $130,000 to support Basic Needs. The funding includes $30,000 for The Sustainable Food Hub Project, which provides accessible services, support and resources such as the Cal Poly Farmers Market, the Community Garden, and the Cal Poly Food Pantry. The project was developed in collaboration with Cal Poly Sustainability, LocalsOwn, the University Honors Program, Dean of Students, and Student Affairs Technology to embed technological solutions with physical services, resources and support that help the campus community access nutritious food. Read the full news release.

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Resource Spotlight – Cal Poly Food Pantry Garden

Cal Poly has a variety of great resources for a diverse student body. Each month we will highlight one that may be beneficial or of interest to your student.

Cal Poly Campus Health and Wellbeing, along with the Honors Program and staff from the Facilities Energy, Utilities and Sustainability department have secured space for the first Cal Poly community garden. In 2018, the CSU Chancellor’s Office awarded $130,000 to Cal Poly to support Basic Needs. The funding includes $30,000 for The Sustainable Food Hub Project, which provides accessible services, support and resources such as the Cal Poly Farmer’s Market, the Food Pantry Garden and the Cal Poly Food Pantry. 

The garden will provide the campus community a space to grow their own food while also allowing those gardeners to grow vegetables for the Cal Poly Food Pantry, supporting food insecure students. Supporters anticipate the garden will increase awareness of food security issues, educate the community on the importance of local food and build networks of people interested in these topics. Students, staff or faculty members interested in a garden space are encouraged to apply.

A groundbreaking will be held from 11 a.m. to noon Tuesday, June 4, on the Health Center (No. 27) lawn near the Cal Poly Recreation Center climbing wall. The campus community is encouraged to show support.

Campus community members can RSVP for the groundbreaking and apply for a garden space HERE.

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Campus Dining Launches Mobile Ordering With Tapingo

Eating on campus just became more convenient. Campus Dining recently launched Tapingo, a mobile app that allows customers to order, pay for food and drinks, and simply walk up to a window and pickup. Now the campus community can order from their phones and get the food they want, where they want it, when they want it. The Tapingo app links to university dining plans, allowing customers to use meal credits or declining balance funds, or they can simply link debit or credit cards. The app is available for download in the App Store and Google Play.

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Cal Poly Opens New Welcome Center 

Visitors have a new first stop when they arrive on campus: the Welcome Center. President Armstrong and San Luis Obispo’s civic leaders cut the ribbon to officially open the new space in the yakʔitʸutʸu housing community on Grand Avenue. San Luis Obispo County Supervisor Debbie Arnold presented Cal Poly with a special proclamation commemorating the event. The 3,200-square-foot space serves as a one-stop shop for newcomers taking tours or finding events at Cal Poly. The center includes a 142-seat auditorium that will be used for presentations. “We consider this a new ‘front door’ for our campus,” Armstrong said. “This space aims to be beautiful, inviting and inclusive, helping visitors navigate our campus while getting to know the Learn by Doing philosophy that empowers students to succeed.”

More than 55,000 visitors came to campus in 2018, including prospective students and their families getting to know San Luis Obispo for the first time. In 2014, a university report estimated the local economic impact of visitors to campus exceeded $21 million annually. The Welcome Center is the first space on campus to feature the university’s new logo and updated branding now debuting after a year-long development effort. The refreshed brand aims to help Cal Poly keep pace with competing institutions and ensure that the university can continue to live out its mission to serve the state of California with the best education possible. Read more here.

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Ever wish there was a how-to guide on parenting college students? While there might not be a manual on raising young adults, there are several helpful resources, articles, and books to help you support your student. Each quarter Parent & Family Programs will recommend a recent and relevant book or article for parents and supporters of students of all identities and backgrounds.

Spring Quarter Reading Recommendation: “Voice Lessons for Parents: What to Say, How to Say it, and When to Listen” by Dr. Wendy Mogel

In Voice Lessons for Parents, Mogel elaborates on her novel clinical approach, revealing how each age and stage of a child’s life brings new opportunities to connect through language. Drawing from sources as diverse as neuroscience, fairy tales, and anthropology, Mogel offers specific guidance for talking to children across the expanse of childhood and adolescence. She also explains the best ways to talk about your child to partners, exes, and grandparents, as well as to teachers, coaches, and caretakers. Throughout the book, Mogel addresses an obstacle that bedevils even the most seasoned and confident parent: the distraction of digital devices, how they impact our connection with our families, and what we can do about it.

Mogel’s now classic book, The Blessing of a Skinned Knee, is a beloved resource for a generation of parents. Voice Lessons for Parents brings her unique brand of practical wisdom to harried parents eager to deepen their relationships with their kids. “Children will lead you on an incredible journey,” writes Mogel, “if they trust you, if you take the time, and if you’re willing to follow.”

Want to start a local Cal Poly parent reading circle? Browse Facebook for the many local Facebook groups created and maintained by current and past Cal Poly Proud parents. Happy reading!

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 Important Dates and Deadlines

June 3 | Summer Quarter 2019 Housing License Agreement due.

June 5-7 | Housing room assignments for Summer Quarter 2019 are posted in the online application system. Charges are posted on the Money Matters tab.

June 7 | Last day of instruction

June 7 | Last day to submit payment for Summer 2019 to secure a summer space on campus.

June 7 | Last day to withdraw from course(s) for emergency reason (5pm)

June 7 | Last day to submit paperwork for Cal Poly coursework (substitutions, concentration declarations, ICS statements, etc.) and transcripts (from other colleges) in order to affect Academic Progress level for registration for Winter 2020 (received in the Office of the Registrar by 5:00 pm), if you will not be here for summer quarter.

June 10 | Class cancellation (financial aid deferred accounts exempt) for Summer 2019 quarter

June 10 | Summer Institute Program 2019 students apply for summer housing.

June 10-14 | Spring 2019 Final Exams

June 16 | All students must vacate their rooms and apartments by 5 p.m.

June 17 | 1st Financial Aid Disbursement for Summer 2019 quarter

June 17 | Financial Aid Deferred Fees Past Due for Summer 2019 quarter

June 17 | Summer Institute Program 2019 Housing License Agreement due.

June 20 | Last day for first year students to self-assign. 

June 21 | All grades finalized

June 21 | 1st Direct Deposit Refund for Excess Financial Aid for Summer 2019 quarter

June 23 | Summer Quarter 2019 residents (full, 8-week, and first 5-week sessions) move into campus housing. Students must show a photo ID to receive their room keys.

June 24 | First day of classes for Summer 2019 quarter

June 28 | End of first round of registration appointment for Fall 2019

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Upcoming Events

June 1 | Cal Poly Jazz Night Concert | Spanos Theatre | 8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Paul Rinzler will direct Cal Poly’s University Jazz Bands for the last time! Rinzler has been the director of jazz studies at Cal Poly since 1997. Under his tutelage, the University Jazz Bands have won first place at collegiate jazz festivals and performed hundreds of gigs on- and off-campus. The concert will feature two big bands — with vocalists — and two combos. Among the pieces to be performed will be one of Rinzler’s compositions, “One More Time.” Other works include “Tank!” from the Japanese anime TV series “Cowboy Bebop;” “Fever,” which was made popular by the great jazz vocalist Peggy Lee; and “I’m Late,” as recorded by Maureen McGovern. Concertgoers are invited to attend a reception honoring Rinzler on the theatre’s patio following the concert. Beginning this fall, Arthur White will be Cal Poly’s new director of jazz studies. White previously served as director of jazz studies at the University of Missouri and Northeastern State University in Oklahoma

June 1 | MET Live in HD: Dialogues des Carmélites | 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. | Miossi Hall

Yannick Nézet-Séguin leads the classic John Dexter production of Poulenc’s devastating story of faith and martyrdom. Mezzo-soprano Isabel Leonard sings the touching role of Blanche and soprano Karita Mattila, a legend in her own time, returns to the Met as the Prioress.

June 2 | PROVE Lab – Electric Endurance Car Design Seminar | 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. | Building 192 – 0106

Prototype Vehicles Laboratory (PROVE Lab) will be hosting a design seminar for their second upcoming vehicle. A long-range electric sports car aiming to break the record for longest distance traveled on a single electric charge.

June 2 | Cal Poly Choirs Spring Concert: For the Beauty of the Earth | 3 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Miossi Hall

The choirs will present a concert titled “For the Beauty of the Earth.” It will consist of works about — and inspired by — the natural world. The first half will feature the Chamber Choir and University Singers, with works by Charles Stanford, Claudio Monteverdi, Pyotr Il’yich Tchaikovsky, Johann Sebastian Bach, Imant Raminsh and others. The remainder of the concert will feature the Advanced Women’s Chorus and PolyPhonics. The two choirs will perform works by Stephen Chatman, Eric Barnum, Béla Bartók and even The Beatles. Voice teacher Amy Goymerac will be the soprano soloist on “Les sirenès” (“The Mermaids”), by Lily Boulanger. Scott Glysson will conduct the concert, and Paul Woodring will accompany the choirs. There will be a post-concert retirement reception honoring Jacalyn Kreitzer in the PAC’s Grand Lobby. Kreitzer has taught voice at Cal Poly for nearly 25 years. A renowned opera singer, she founded the Student Opera Theatre program and directed 15 of its productions. She received the College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Lecturer award in 2002, and in 2015 she was honored for outstanding achievement in the performing arts by ARTS Obispo.

June 2 | Infusion/Peter Pan | 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Spanos Theatre

The Academy of Dance is proud to present our annual SAN LUIS JAZZ show, INFUSION.  Infusion is a collection of pieces by different choreographers from all over the community as well as some student created pieces.  This high impact show is great for the whole family and features the SAN LUIS JAZZ dancers with special guests; Razzmatazz, Pizzazz, Jr. Jazz, Academy Jazz and CORE Dance company.  As a special treat, Infusion will include Civic Ballet 2's Peter Pan, Choreographed by Michelle Epperheimer.

June 4 | Cal Poly Farmers’ Market | 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Mustang Way

June 4 | Cal Poly’s Polyrhythmics Percussion Recital | 7:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. | PAC Pavilion

A free percussion recital presented by Cal Poly's Polyrhythmics. The ensemble is directed by music faculty member John Astaire.

June 5 | June 2019 BFSA Meeting | 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. | UU 219

June 6 | Cal Poly Student Instrumental Recital | 11 a.m. – 12 p.m. | Music Center: Building 45-218

A free recital presented by Cal Poly Music Department student instrumentalists.

June 7 | Cal Poly ‘All That Brass’ Concert | 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. | SLO United Methodist Church

The Cal Poly Brass Ensembles will present “All That Brass” at the San Luis Obispo United Methodist Church. The free, public concert will be in the sanctuary of the church at 1515 Fredericks St. in San Luis Obispo.

June 7 | Math Colloquium | 7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. | Building 53 - 201

June 7 | American Indian & Indigenous Commencement | 3 p.m. – 5 p.m.  | SLO Botanical Garden

The American Indian and Indigenous Commencement celebrates the achievements of graduating American Indian and Indigenous students.

June 7 | Disability Commencement | 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | PAC Pavilion

Disability Resource Center (DRC) commencement recognizes the accomplishments, persistence and strength of our graduating students. We celebrate their success with a ceremony and reception that acknowledges their achievements and allows the opportunity for students to thank their supporters.

June 8 | Cal Poly Farmers’ Market | Mustang Way

June 8 | Lavender Commencement | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. | SLO Botanical Garden

Lavender Commencement recognizes the scholarship, accomplishments, and community contributions of underrepresented sexual and gender minorities including, but not limited to, gay, lesbian, bisexual, pansexual, asexual/aromantic, queer, transgender, genderqueer, gender fluid, gender non-conforming, non-binary, agender, intersex, questioning, and allied graduating seniors and graduate students. 

June 8 | Cal Poly Symphony Spring Concert \ Tchaikovsky 4 and Café Musique | 8 p.m. – 10 p.m. | Miossi Hall

The symphony will pair the art of tango with personal struggles against fate in its Spring Concert. The orchestra will be joined by guest ensemble Café Musique for performances of two tangos in the first half — Jacob Gade’s “Jalousie” and Carlos Gardel’s “Por una Cabeza,” both arranged by Tim Simonec, a notable film score composer. Café Musique has performed around the world and on the stages of several world-class music festivals. The group has shared the stage with the David Grisman Quintet, Los Lobos and Doc Severinsen. The group is comprised of violinist Brynn Albanese, accordionist Duane Inglish, guitarist Craig Nuttycombe, Fred Murray, who plays bass and sings, and Eric Williams, who plays guitar, ukulele, bouzouki and sings. Albanese also teaches violin at Cal Poly. The second half of the program will feature Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony No. 4 in F minor. In a rare departure, the Russian composer explained the meaning of this work — “fate, the decisive force which prevents our hopes of happiness from being realized” — in a letter to his patron, Nadezhda Filaretovna von Meck. Symphony Director David Arrivée will conduct the concert.

June 9 | Cal Poly Wind Bands Spring concert: Color of Sound | 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. | Miossi Hall

We encounter wave behavior through numerous sensory experiences including sight, touch and aural experiences. Music has been described as the “transfer of energy,” and in live performances, the energy moves in waves from the stage to the audience to excite not only the senses, but also the emotions. The Wind Orchestra and Wind Ensemble investigate the relationship between spectra of music and visual color through works by James Stephenson and Michael Colgrass.

June 9 | SLOMAC presents | 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Spanos Theatre

San Luis Obispo Movement Arts Collective present their Spring Dance Gala.

June 15 | School of Education Commencement Spring 2019 | 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. | PAC

June 14 | Black Commencement | 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. | Spanos Theater

Black Commencement is an annual celebration recognizing the culture and accomplishments of the Cal Poly African American graduating class. This commencement is also a time when students are able to thank their families and friends for their support along the way. Distinguished speakers, special student awards, live performances, and the tradition of wearing Kente cloth stoles hand-woven from Africa, all add to the vibrancy.

June 14 | Asian Pacific Islander Commencement | 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. | Chumash

Asian Pacific Islander (API) Commencement is an annual graduation ceremony held to recognize the personal and academic achievements of graduating seniors at Cal Poly. This event provides a more intimate atmosphere for family and friends to congratulate the graduating class of 2019.

June 14 | SWANA Commencement | 6:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Baker Patio

SWANA Commencement is an annual celebration recognizing the culture and accomplishments of the Cal Poly SWANA graduating class. This commencement is also a time when students are able to thank their families and friends for their support along the way.

June 15 | Spring Commencement | 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Alex G. Spanos Stadium

The Cal Poly Commencement Office provides graduates and their guests with a memorable and meaningful graduation experience that symbolizes the culmination of their academic achievements.

Commencement is a time of celebration, pride and reflection for students, families, friends, faculty and staff. As graduates embark on the next chapter of their lives, they are welcomed to the Cal Poly Alumni Association and encouraged to continue their engagement as “Mustangs Forever.”

June 16 | Chicanx/Latinx Commencement | 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. – PAC

The 41th annual Chicanx/Latinx Commencement celebrates the culture and accomplishments of Cal Poly Latinx students. This bilingual ceremony, organized by the Chicanx/Latinx Commencement Committee, is open to all students, parents, family, and friends. The event consists of food, entertainment, guest speakers, remarks by graduating students and recognizes those who have supported Latinx students throughout their Cal Poly journey.

June 16 | Spring Commencement | 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Alex G. Spanos Stadium

The Cal Poly Commencement Office provides graduates and their guests with a memorable and meaningful graduation experience that symbolizes the culmination of their academic achievements.

Commencement is a time of celebration, pride and reflection for students, families, friends, faculty and staff. As graduates embark on the next chapter of their lives, they are welcomed to the Cal Poly Alumni Association and encouraged to continue their engagement as “Mustangs Forever.”

June 18 | Cal Poly Farmers’ Market | 3:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Mustang Way

June 19 | CORE Dance presents “Encore” | 5 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. & 7 p.m. – 9 p.m.| Spanos Theatre

CORE Dance presents "Encore!"  An end of school year showcase for their studio.

June 23 | Class Act Dance “Magic & Wonder” | 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. & 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Spanos Theatre Patio

A performance filled with magic and wonder by dancers ages 3 years & older.  Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Modern Dance and Musical Theatre classes will perform dances inspired by the Magic of Disney as well as excerpts from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" performed by the CAD Ballet Department and The Paso Robles Chamber Ballet Company.

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Important Campus Phone Numbers

Admissions | (805) 756-2311
Career Services | (805) 756-2501
Commencement Office | (805) 756-1600
Counseling Services | (805) 756-2511
Disability Resource Center | (805) 756-1395
Financial Aid Office | (805) 756-2927
Health Services | (805) 756-1211
Mustang Success Center | (805) 756-6211
Parent and Family Programs | (805) 756-6700
Student Accounts | (805) 756-1428
University Housing | (805) 756-1226
University Police Department | (805) 756-2281

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