Being an advisor to a student organization is a rewarding experience for both the advisor and the students. As such, the Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers would like to recognize the importance of your role as faculty and staff who serve as advisors to Cal Poly student organizations.
To strengthen our partnership, we have provided you with information and resources that will assist you in cultivating and sustaining these organizations.
There are many resources and policy updates to share on an annual basis. We have developed an online training to provide support and keep you informed as an advisor.
Accessing Advisor Training:
1. Log into Blackboard
2. Click on Organizations
3. Type "BCORC Online" into the Organization Search
4. Select "17_ST_SE_BCORC"
5. Click on Enroll
6. Type in the Access Code: GOBRONCOS
7. You will receive a confirmation stating "Action Successful"
8. Go back to "My Blackboard" and under "My Organizatons" you will find "BCORC Online" click on it to be directed to the online training
9. Click on "Advisor Training"
- Advisor Documents (PDF)
- Advisor Guide (PDF)
- Alcohol and Other Drugs Policy (Word Document)
- Cal Poly Pomona Interim Policy for the Administration of Student Organization Funds
- Compressed Gas
- CSU Executive Order 1068 (formerly CSU EO 1006): Student Activities
- CSU Executive Order 1041: Student Travel
- Presidential Order: Use of University Buildings, Facilities, or Grounds
- Special Events Procedures
- Student Conduct Code
- University Park Procedures
- University Policies
- Risk Management: As determined by the Office of Student Life and Cultural Centers staff, certain events will require referral to University Risk Management for review and approval before the event can take place and/or be scheduled. When your proposed club event is referred to Risk Management a Risk Assessment will need to be completed. This will assist in determining if your club event will be approved and if the purchase of Special Event insurance is required. Refer to the Risk Assessment webpage for additional information, including Typical Characteristics of Medium to High Risk Events. The following are the Risk Assessment Tools/forms…
- Risk Assessment Instructions (PDF)
- Risk Assessment Worksheet (PDF)
- Risk Identification and Evaluation Procedure (Supplement to the Risk Assessment Worksheet) (PDF)
- A completed and signed Release of Liability Form will be required for events and is available on the University Risk Management website.
- Risk Management related Student Clubs - FAQs are also provided for your reference.