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College of Science and Mathematics

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Cal Poly's new research boat in Morro Bay

Living Laboratories

California's Central Coast provides countless opportunities for hands-on research that makes a difference in the local community and beyond.

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Learn by Doing Research

Students study the history of the Earth’s crust in Greenland, smash sub-atomic particles in Switzerland, or adapt video games for paralyzed players in San Luis Obispo.

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Idea Gears: Inclusion, Diversity, Equity, Access, Social Justice

Inclusion and Equity

The College of Science and Mathematics strives to empower all students, faculty, and staff to succeed in a diverse and inclusive community that values respect, equity and social justice.

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Baker Center

Every Cal Poly student will take a class in the new Baker Center for Science & Mathematics. In its leading-edge instructional and research facilities, the college continues its innovative educational approach.

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Build Relationships

The College of Science & Mathematics offers a small family atmosphere at the heart of a large, nationally known and selective university.

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Intersections 2018–19: The International Edition

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