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Try not to stress so much about your future. If you’re positive, hard-working and humble, opportunities are going to arise, and it’s up to you to decide. I just followed and did what I love, and now I’m here.

- Manny Navarro, ’10, kinesiology

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Teaching Virtually and Remotely

In partnership with the Center for the Advancement of Faculty Excellence (CAFE), colleges and departments are supporting faculty to teach virtually and/or remotely. The CAFE Website has resources and quick start guides for online tools like Blackboard, Zoom and Kaltura.

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Online Engagement and Support

Cal Poly Pomona remains committed to keeping students engaged in the virtual environment. Visit the Student Affairs Online Engagement and Support website to learn how to access workshops, wellbeing resources, support services and how to best contact departments remotely.

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Academic & Student Services Support

While Cal Poly Pomona course instruction has transitioned to a virtual format given the COVID-19 concerns, the university will continue to offer student services. Visit the Academic and Student Services Support website for information and access to various services.