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Student Advising Resources

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Prospective Students/Parents: Cal Poly is now planning for the upcoming application period. For more information please visit the Admissions 'Request Info' page.

Faculty Advisors for current Biomedical and General Engineering Students.

The Engineering Advising Center (new window) - The central resource for advising information for engineering students. If you can't find something on the BMED/GENE website, check the advising center!

The Cal Poly Portal (new window) has an Advising tab which contains a large list of advising and related resources.

Student Orientation, Advising & Resources (SOAR) is a one-day summer academic advising session that helps new students and their families learn how to navigate the Cal Poly environment. Each academic college invites their students to participate in SOAR to get connected to information specific to the new student's major and to prepare them to register for their first quarter of classes. Families will learn about resources available to them and their students and what to expect for the rest of their time with Cal Poly. For more information please visit the new SOAR website. As always, you can get to SOAR, or any other orientation program from the Orientation Programs main page or by calling 805.756.2233.

BMED Forms and Other Downloads

Please see the BMED Curriculum sheet below for course degree requirements and use the BMED Flow Chart below as a guide for planning classes. The BMED Technical/Support Elective form should be printed out and as much information completed as possible before visiting your advisor. For specific Biomedical Engineering course information, contact your Advisor or the Department Head Dr. Lanny Griffin. For 4+1 Graduate Program advising, contact Dr. David Clague .

GENE Forms and Other Downloads

Please see the GENE Curriculum sheet below for course degree requirements and use the GENE Flow Chart below as a guide for planning classes. The GENE Individual Course of Study/Concentration form should be printed out and as much information completed as possible before visiting your advisor. For specific General Engineering course information, please contact Dr. Robert Crockett.

Graduate and 4+1 Program Forms

For graduate program forms, visit the University Graduate Education site

Below are links regarding the 4+1 program specific to our Department: