Campus Resources

College Resources

University Links to Resources: 

Campus Health and Wellbeing

College of Liberal Arts First Gen Page

Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI)

Legal Information: Disability Resource Center

University Resources:

  • Cal Poly Basic Needs Initiative.The Cal Poly Basic Needs Task Force recently released their first report. This reports highlights the food and housing insecurity issues that some of our students face. The new report from the Government Accountability Office has added momentum to the conversation, bringing issue to the forefront of higher education issues. Our Cal Poly CalFresh Outreach team is working hard to meet the needs of students experiencing food insecurity. Last quarter alone, they helped 140 students sign up and linked them to the many on-campus resources that are out there to help them succeed. Please contact them at 805-399-0236 (we text!) or if you have questions or would like to set up a private appointment. You can also drop by anytime on Mondays from 10 AM-4 PM or Fridays from 1 PM- 4 PM (lower level of Health Center) to learn more and find out if you may be eligible. No appointment needed! They can help you through the entire application process and provide support resources.
  • Cal Poly's Dream Center. The Dream Center is committed to offering a safe, inclusive space for all undocumented students, those from mixed-status families, and their allies. This is a great resource for students, faculty, and staff who may questions. We want to remind the undocumented population on our campus and the broader undocumented community that we are here to support them. This includes the undocumented population at Cal Poly who do not have DACA status and the students, staff and faculty who do. If you or anyone you know has a question regarding their DACA status or how they will be affected, please consult with a licensed immigration attorney. While the university does not currently provide direct legal support, you can find useful information on licensed immigration attorneys and other recommended legal support here.
  • Meal Vouchers. An anonymous donor has provided funding for meal vouchers for students. The vouchers are located in the Dean of Students office in Hillcrest (81-1A). If you are experiencing hunger, please stop by. Also, FYI: There is a Food Pantry on campus located at PULSE (Lower Level Health Center, Building 27). There is also a schedule of Food Bank Distribution Centers.
  • CalFresh Outreach Project to Minimize Food Insecurity. With the end of the quarter quickly approaching, students face greater pressure academically and many have increased stress about not having enough money to purchase nutritious foods. With 27% of Cal Poly students experiencing food insecurity, resources have been put in place on campus to help students in need. Visit the CalFresh Outreach drop-in office Mondays 10:00am-4:00pm and Fridays 1:00pm-4:00pm in 27-173B to see if you might be eligible for CalFresh. We also provide additional resources about Cal Poly's food pantry and meal voucher program. For additional information or to schedule a private appointment. 
Cal Poly is in tiłhini, the Place of the Full Moon. We gratefully acknowledge, respect, and thank yak tityu tityu yak tiłhini, Northern Chumash Tribe of San Luis Obispo County and Region in whose homelands we are guests.  

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