SAS offers many programs that provide students guidance, motivation, and academic advising. This position will be responsible for developing, updating, and mainting custom database applications that have been developed using FileMaker Pro and MySQL to support the services offered at SAS as well as the SAS website.
The Academic Skills Center (ASC) offers a variety of retention programs and campus support services including Student Success Seminars, Online Study Skills Library available 24 hours a day, Study Session Program and Tutor Referral Service.
There are currently no positions available with CAS.
There are currently no positions available with EOP.
ETS serves young people in grades six through twelve. In addition to counseling, participants receive information about college admission requirements, scholarships and various student financial aid programs.
There are currently no positions available with FYS.
There are currently no positions available with SI.
SSS provides support services to low-income, first-generation, or disabled college students to enhance their academic skills, increase their retention and graduation rates, and facilitate their entrance into graduate and professional school programs.
A Study Session provides qualified peer facilitators to lead bi-weekly discussion groups for lower division classes.
The Cal Poly Supplemental Workshops in Math and Science are both intensive programs designed to help students better understand their math and science courses. It is funded through Student Academic Services and a California Lottery grant, as well as additionally supported by the College of Science and Mathematics at Cal Poly.
Supplemental Workshops in Science provides qualified peer facilitators to lead bi-weekly discussion groups for lower division classes in the areas of biology, chemistry, physics and statistics.
- SWS Workshop Facilitator Job Description (PDF)
- Workshop Facilitator Application (MS Word)
Workshop Facilitator Recommendation Form (MS Word)
Supplemental Workshops in Math hires and trains qualified facilitators to lead bi-weekly workshops for students who are enrolled in algebra, pre-calculus, and calculus courses.
Upward Bound (UB) provides fundamental support to local low-income, first-generation college bound high school students. The program provides opportunities for participants to succeed in their pre-college performance and ultimately in their higher education pursuits. These positions are available for UB.
- Residential Advisor Job Description (PDF)
- Residential Director Job Description (PDF)
- Residential Staff Application (PDF)