Our Commercial Services
The Cal Poly Corporation provides vital commercial services to support the campus community from healthful food options to affordable textbooks, and from convenient printing solutions to successful events. We are proud to offer these services to the university, which move it forward in its mission.
Cal Poly Campus Dining & University Catering
University Store & Cal Poly Downtown
Providing all courseware materials, including digital and rental, as well as spirit gear and home décor, the University Store and Cal Poly Downtown supply everyone from students to grandparents and even a few pets. The University Store also offers academically priced computers and Apple products.
Cal Poly Print & Copy
Cal Poly Conference & Event Planning
Cal Poly Arts
Cal Poly Arts provides a broad program of high-quality professional touring performances, exhibitions and speaking engagements, while also providing various artist-in-residency activities and off-campus school outreach events.
Our Business Services
The Cal Poly Corporation provides grant administration, research support, administrative services and funding that champion the university’s educational vision and drive student success.
Business & Finance
Providing invaluable professional financial services to the Cal Poly community, Business and Finance handles everything from Accounts Payable and Payroll to the P-Card program and management of donations that support future research and student projects.
Marketing & Communications
Supported by a small army of artists, designers, programmers, writers, marketers, photographers, production pros, social media savants and generally creative people, the Marketing & Communications department helps raise awareness and tell the story of Cal Poly.
Our Real Estate Development and Services
The Cal Poly Corporation manages, leases and owns property enabling Cal Poly’s Learn By Doing instruction. It also offers and develops attainable housing options for faculty and staff.
Bella Montaña Homes
Faculty and Staff Housing
The housing project at the corner of Slack Street and Grand Avenue will include roughly 200-units, encompassing 8-10 acres of the 22-acre parcel on the corner of the Grand Avenue entrance to campus. The units will be available to faculty and staff to buy or rent.