WOW groups play water soccer on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, which combines soccer with water guns, at Cuesta Park as part of Cal Poly's annual Week of Welcome week for new students. WOW began Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017, and will continue through Tuesday, when students will gather at the university's sports fields for the nighttime Wow-a-rama.
Cal Poly Wowies have a blast with water soccer
Cal Poly Food Pantry provides food for students in need
Tour the Cal Poly Pier in Avila Beach
Cal Poly's new grant aims to increase diversity
Get a behind-the-scenes look at Cal Poly's new $200 million dorms
With more than 20,000 seals, Piedras Blancas is largest elephant seal rookery on Earth
High school students from across California compete at Cal Poly robotics tournament
Watch a timelapse and unveiling of Cal Poly's new solar farm
Sunrise to sunset: Timelapse shows a day in the life of Bishop Peak
Students in 'March Against Rape Culture' tell Cal Poly: #TimesUp
How Cal Poly engineering students made the 2018 Rose Parade float 'take flight'
Watch Cal Poly's 2018 Rose Parade Float make its way through Pasadena
Cal Poly Rose Parade float gets police escort to Pasadena
Cal Poly announced a major new grant program in February 2018 — aimed at helping low-income and first-generation students who were accepted to the university but need financial help. It will help at least 2,500 students by 2023. Officials hope the grant will boost diversity at the predominantly white school.
Get a sneak peek inside the $200 million yakʔityutyu dorms under construction Cal Poly in February 2018. The facility will open in fall with 1,475 students, and it includes seven residential buildings, an office building and a parking structure.
Cal Poly hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday, Jan. 24, for its new solar farm, which is expected to save the university $10 million over 20 years, according to President Jeffrey Armstrong. The 18.5-acre facility will help Cal Poly achieve its goal of being a net zero campus: It can power about 25 percent of the university's needs.
Construction on the first phase of the Oppenheimer Family Equine Center on Cal Poly’s campus in San Luis Obispo is nearing its targeted completion date of February 2018. Construction of a nearly 60,000-square-foot covered riding arena, foaling barn, stallion barn and an extension of the existing hay barn are well underway.