MATE Virtual Open House
Welcome to the MATE Virtual Tour! Please view the resources below to learn more about our department!
View our powerpoint presentation!
Materials Engineering: Prospective Students:
o Learn about the department, the curriculum, student clubs, and more.
Engineering Student Services: https://eadvise.calpoly.edu/
o Engineering Student Services provides an inclusive, respectful, encouraging environment that fosters the retention and graduation of all undergraduate engineering students. Through our Advising, Multicultural Engineering (MEP), and International Exchange Program (IEP), our staff provides comprehensive services to guide and empower students to achieve their goals.
Society of Women Engineers (Open to All): https://www.calpolyswe.com/
o The Society of Women Engineers of Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, strives to provide a voice for womxn that will encourage them to achieve their full potential as engineers and as leaders. It is our mission to create engineering opportunities, provide career and scholastic resources, and demonstrate the value of teamwork to all students of this university and of the community.
Engineers Without Borders: https://www.ewb.calpoly.edu/
o Engineers Without Borders, Cal Poly is a student-led non-profit organization that supports community-driven development programs worldwide through the design and implementation of sustainable engineering projects, while creating multidisciplinary and leadership experiences for students. With five international project teams in Fiji, Malawi, Nicaragua, Thailand, and Local, we work to address issues such as water, education, food security, sanitation, and energy by collaborating with our partnered communities. Focusing on cultivating a community of globally-minded students from all majors within our club, we harness cross-disciplinary perspectives to design holistic solutions that fit the needs of our communities.
University Clubs & Organizations: https://clubs.calpoly.edu/
o Learn about all the possibilities across campus and find the right club/organization for you.
Cal Poly Fact Book:
o The Fact Book is an annual comprehensive publication of aggregate historical trends data on admissions, enrollment, degrees awarded, persistence and graduation, employee (or faculty/staff/management), and financial aid. Information by college is also provided.
Office of Student Rights & Responsibilities: https://osrr.calpoly.edu/student-resources
o You can find information on Counseling Services, Health Services, Disability Resource Center, Cross Cultural Centers, Veterans Success Club, etc. available to our students.
University Housing: http://www.housing.calpoly.edu/student-housing
o Find out about housing for First-Year students as well as Transfer students here.