Bldg 65, Room 217 (UU217)
Bldg. 65, Room 217
The Pride Center supports the academic mission of Cal Poly by utilizing specific learning goals and outcomes in the design of its programs, events, resources, and advocacy efforts.
Community members will apply intellectual curiosity to everyday life by drawing connections between classroom learning and out-of-classroom experiences.
Community members will establish healthy, mutually beneficial relationships with others while building community and work collaboratively to make improvements and solve problems for the purpose of social transformation
Community members will affirm and value the worth of oneself, individuals, groups, and community by communicating effectively across social identity and other forms of interpersonal difference. Challenge unfair, unjust, and oppressive practices to improve life for all.
Community members will care for the well-being of oneself and others while building the skills necessary to lead a quality and healthy life.
Community members make meaning and shape values and beliefs through conversations and activities that affirm the worth of individuals, groups, and communities. Learn to identify assumptions and compare/contrast them with newly gained experiences and knowledge.
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