Explore the network of Cal Poly offices and centers leading our campus toward a more inclusive future. These offices can help you find more specific support programs, trainings, scholarships and details on Cal Poly’s diversity and inclusion initiatives. Note that individual programs, clubs and other contact information can also be found on the Resources page.
If you need to report a concern immediately, visit the Bias Incident Response page. This resources is available to any Cal Poly community member – students, staff or faculty – who needs it.
The Office of University Diversity and Inclusion (OUDI) leads efforts to build diversity and promote inclusion through a collective impact framework that connects with partners and aligns university-wide efforts in order to achieve inclusive excellence; attract and respond to a diverse campus community; and nurture a respectful and inclusive campus climate. The office is led by Chief Diversity Officer and VP for Diversity and Inclusion Jozi De Leon. Contact OUDI if you have any questions about campus-wide diversity and inclusion initiatives, including the 2019 campus climate survey, the BEACoN Mentors Program, or implicit bias workshops.
Office: Building 01, Room 411
OUDI Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/DiversityCalPolySLO/
The Cross Cultural Centers contribute to the university’s commitment to diversity for a more inclusive and welcoming campus. Our Gender Equity, MultiCultural, and Pride Centers present services and programs to support our students under the shared values of family, diversity, learning, growth, and advocacy. Students can contact the centers with any questions about its programs or other resources that help Mustangs to connect inclusive communities.
Office: University Union (Building 65), Room 217
Social Media: https://culture.calpoly.edu/community
In support of the Cal Poly mission, the Office of Equal Opportunity within Academic Affairs committed to promoting a culture that values individual and organizational integrity, civility, and diversity. We provide a fundamentally fair and compassionate adjudication process for the campus community consistent with applicable California State University (CSU) systemwide Executive Orders. Students, staff and faculty can contact the Office of Equal Opportunity to report an incident of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, find information on university and state/federal policies, prevention measures, Title IX, and staff or faculty exit interviews.
Office: Fisher Science, Building 33 Room 290
The Cal Poly Dean of Students Office promotes student development and leadership; enhances student success and retention; and facilitates a respectful, diverse, and inclusive campus. We provide educational programs, direct support, advocacy, and resources for successful navigation of campus and community life. The office provides an administrative home to AmeriCorps, the Cross Cultural Centers, Club Sports, Center for Service in Action, Commencement, the Center for Leadership, Parent and Family Programs, the Veterans Success Center, the Office of Student Rights and Responsibilities, Men and Masculinity, Fraternity and Sorority Life, and more.
Office: Building 81
The Center for Teaching, Learning and Technology (CTLT) is Cal Poly’s teaching support team serving the entire campus. Our purpose is to provide all Cal Poly educators with the information and support they need to develop the skills and knowledge to accelerate their journey toward teaching excellence. Our support opportunities are scholarship-informed, designed to model effective instruction practices, tailored to the realities of educators’ priorities and needs, and focused on well-defined outcomes that can be put into practice. We offer confidential consultations and customized programming. We welcome collaborations with colleges, departments, and faculty cohorts to help develop effective responses to teaching and learning opportunities and challenges.
Office: Kennedy Library (Building 35), Room 319