Welcome to the Office of University Diversity & Inclusivity
Cesar Chavez Day
On March 31, 2014, Cesar Chavez day was observed throughout the country in different ways. President Barack Obama declared it “Cesar Chavez Day” encouraging service, community and education programs to honor his legacy. Cesar Chavez was a civil rights activist who fought for his country through many avenues.
Message from the Executive Director on the Legacy of Nelson Mandela:
On Thursday, December 5, 2013, our world felt the release of Madiba Nelson Mandela from this world. His legacy has since been revisited and summarized to show the strength, resilience and heart of a man whose purpose went beyond the needs of him and his family, but to fulfill the dreams of a country. Message from the Executive Director on the Legacy of Nelson Mandela:
Cal Poly Moving Forward
Cal Poly is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive workplace and learning environment. It is important that all members of the campus community engage in moving our campus forward. Below is a list of resources and programs geared toward supporting a diverse and inclusive campus climate.
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