Recent News

Graphic Communication Hosts Fall 2017 Career Day

Oct 25, 2017


This year's fall career day had many great companies representing the print, packaging, and web design industries, including Facebook.

Graphic Communication Earns National ACCGC Re-Accreditation

Nov 16, 2016


After completing an extensive self-study and hosting a site visit by a three-member team of industry and education experts, the Graphic Communication program at California Polytechnic State University received national re-accreditation beginning September 1, 2016. Initially, the program was awarded full six-year accreditation commencing on September 1, 2003 and was re-accredited one time previously to the current re-accreditation. The California Polytechnic State University program is among 13, associate and baccalaureate level, graphic communications related programs nationwide currently holding this distinction. The 12 other programs are Arizona State University, California University of Pennsylvania, Ferris State University, Harper College, Illinois State University, New York City College of Technology, Rock Valley College, University of Houston, University of Northern Iowa, University of Wisconsin-Stout, Western Illinois University, and Western Michigan University.

Cal Poly Hackathon to Celebrate Student Design and Creativity April 8-9

Mar 21, 2016


Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department and Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE) will host the fourth annual Design & Dev Hackathon from 6 to 10 p.m. Friday, April 8, and 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, April 9, in the Bonderson Engineering Center (No. 197), Room 104, on campus.

Cal Poly Graphic Communication Receives $2.3 Million to Preserve Printing Industry History

Nov 23, 2015


Well-known printing industry expert Raymond J. Prince has donated $2.3 million to Cal Poly’s Graphic Communication Department to preserve the history and knowledge of the printing and imaging industry.

Cal Poly Graphic Communication Students Honored for Book Designs

Jun 17, 2015


Four Cal Poly Graphic Communication students took home top awards for their book design work from the Publishing Professionals Network (PPN) on May 20.

Pages

Related Content