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Campus Dining Featured in National Publication
Campus Dining was featured in the May edition of Today's Dietitian for their collaborative work developing innovative food options for students with food allergies and introducing a variety of specialty foods on campus....Read More
CPC Engages Consultants to Assess Dining Services
In anticipation of the future renovation or replacement of Cal Poly's primary dining facility, the Cal Poly Corporation has engaged the services of a consulting firm to solicit feedback from the university community and assist with the development of a long-term plan leading to the construction of a new world-class dining facility. The consultants will be on campus from late February through April, conducting focus groups and surveys and meeting with key constituent groups. A successful outcome will require collaboration with students, faculty and staff. The outcome of the assessment will be available on the Corporation's website when the report is complete.
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Please take a moment to take these surveys and complete them no later than Sunday, May 26th.
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What We Do
Since 1940, Cal Poly Corporation (CPC, Corporation), previously Cal Poly Foundation, has provided responsible, diverse, and high-quality services to Cal Poly. The CPC is a separate, nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation, organized chiefly to support the educational mission of the university. The CPC is self-supporting and does not receive funding from any state sources for its operations. We currently employ over 1,500 students, faculty, and staff, making the CPC one of the largest employers in San Luis Obispo County.
The CPC was divided into two separate operations in 2006. Cal Poly Foundation became Cal Poly Corporation (described in preceding paragraph).The Cal Poly Foundation now runs as a separate nonprofit, led by Cal Poly alumni and friends. The Foundation generates private funding to advance the polytechnic "Learn- by- Doing " educational model of Cal Poly. To read more about the Cal Poly Foundation, visit the website at www.calpolyfoundation.org.
Programs & Services
CPC has two main divisions: Commercial Operations and Fiscal and Administrative services. Both serve and benefit Cal Poly. To read more about CPC services, visit the Governance Page.