ADVISING WEEK is COMING
Our quarterly Advising week will be held on:
Tuesday, February 16th, 11:10am - 12:00pm
Thursday, February 18th, 11:10am - 12:00pm
Zoom link: 820 4279 5211
Plan to attend as we will be going over Classes - Technical Electives - New Permission Number Process/Procedures (see below) & More!
New Process to Request for a Permission Number
Effective Spring quarter registration cycle (Thursday, February 18, 2021 - Thursday, April 8, 2021, 5:00pm), the faculty and staff are no longer accepting email requests from students requesting a permission #.
Students needing a permission # for our IME courses, will follow the new process and procedure to request a permission # for Spring 2021 registration and this will continue into the future. *
*Note: To request a permission # for IME 470/471 (Rob Carter) & IME 570/571 (Liz (Schlemer) Thompson), contact the instructor of record by email. Do not use the Request for Permission Form.
1) To request a permission # click on the link below (Available, Monday, February 15, 2021) or the QR Code (Available, Monday, February 15, 2021):
2) Enter your information into the form completely and detailed
3) The request for a permission # will be sent to the IME office (Stephanie Allen) through Microsoft Power Apps for review.
- If the IME office (Stephanie Allen) can issue the permission #, you will receive an email from Microsoft Power Apps with the Subject Titled: Permission #.
- If the instructor needs to review the request for a permission #, the instructor will receive an email regarding your request . Once the instructor has made a decision, the student will receive an email from MIcrosoft Power Apps with the decision.
4) You should receive an answer of an approval or denial within 72 hours in placing your request.
CENG Statements of Solidarity
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Support for Student's Basic Needs
27% of Cal Poly students experience food insecurity, or inadequate access to food. 12% experience homelessness. These challenges are common among college students and they lead to severe consequences for physical, mental, and academic wellbeing. If you or someone you know is having difficulty accessing basic needs like enough healthy food or stable housing, please know that our campus offers a number of free and effective resources. Visit www.basicneeds.calpoly.edu for more information or let me know and I will gladly help you access resources.