Registration, Records and Academic Resources
Office of the Registrar
Visit the Office of the Registrar for information on Degree Planner, Schedule Builder, registering for classes, and accessing your student records. Get details about transfer credits, Degree Progress Reports, and important student paperwork.
The Academic Calendar is the official calendar for Cal Poly and includes important dates for all terms, including when terms begin and end, as well as commencement and holidays.
Student Academic Services
The goal of SAS is to ensure that all students at Cal Poly have equal opportunity to achieve academic success and graduation. Visit SAS for many resources including with academics or personal skills.
Academic Advising helps students throughout their time at Cal Poly. From Advising Centers to changing majors to transcripts, Academic Advising helps students get assistance and resources.
Each one of us has the opportunity to work toward a more socially just and equitable society by dismantling racism. Check out a few books that can help inform your conversations about race, power and privilege available (free and online) through Kennedy Library.
Staying Engaged During Covid-19
Get what you need to succeed in a virtual environment. Find resources for virtual labs, advising, tutoring, confidential counseling, and more.
What's Up Now
This guide, via the Cal Poly Now app, brings the student experience to your front door (or desktop). Sign up for activities, see what's happening, and get resources from Student Affairs.
Not a Cal Poly student yet? Thinking about applying? Take the first step in becoming a Mustang!
Jobs and Finances
The Student Accounts site lets you make payments and get important registration and tuition fee information. Learn helpful information about financial aid, holds, refunds, and taxes.
Get information about grants, loans and scholarships at the Financial Aid site. Find out the current cost to attend Cal Poly.
Basic Needs Program
Cal Poly's Basic Needs Initiative seeks to ensure that all students have access to the resources needed to focus on education and success at Cal Poly. If you are one of our students dealing with food and/or housing insecurity, these programs are here to help.
The Career Services department on campus can help you find a student assistant or intern position on campus as well as jobs and internships off campus and in your industry. Find out about job fairs or get résumé and interview help.
Student Assistant Information
The Student Assistant Information page has resources and information for most student assistants. Learn what forms you will need to supply, how to fill out time cards and when pay checks are distributed.
Community, Accommodations, and Emotional Support
Disability Resource Center
For those students with permanent and temporary disabilities, the Disability Resource Center provides many support services for student learning and accessibility across campus.
Diversity, Community and Inclusion
Find workshops and programs that support learning how to live and work in a diverse and global society. Visit the Office for University Diversity and Inclusion website for information on how you can get involved.
Campus Health and WellBeing
In addition to ambulatory care, Campus Health and Wellbeing offers lab testing, on-site X-Rays, prescription medications, counseling services, and holistic wellbeing services.
Safer is Cal Poly’s confidential advocacy, education and support resource for addressing sexual assault, sexual misconduct, dating violence, domestic violence, and stalking.
Sexual Misconduct or Harassment
Cal Poly’s Office of Equal Opportunity offers numerous support and reporting options for victims of sexual misconduct and sexual harassment. Even if you are not a victim, you can help by reporting such incidents.