Instructor bios, contact information and office hours are linked below.
General Education (GE) classes
On Campus GE Classes take place MTRF 9:10 am - 12:00 pm
BIO S123-01: Biology of Sex (GE Area B2): Gita Kolluru
and Emily Taylor
MU S120-01: Music Appreciation (GE Area C1): Sam Shalhoub
TH S210-01: Introduction to Theatre (GE Area C1): Philip Valle
ES S112-01: Race, Culture and Politics in the United States (GE Area D1): Jose Navarro
HNRS S164-01: Sustainability and Communities (GE Area D2): Gregg Fiegel
RPTA S255-01: Leadership and Diverse Groups (GE Area E): Marni Goldenburg
COMS 101 / HNRS COMS
On Campus COMS sections take place MTRF 1:10 pm - 4:00 pm
HNRS S101-01: Sheree Twisselman-Davis
COMS S101-03: Christina Kaviani
COMS S101-04: Victoria Zamora
COMS S101-05: Martin Mehl
COMS S101-06: Brooke-Ashley Pool
COMS S101-07: Amy Ward
COMS S101-08: Christopher Skiles
Note: This class takes place MTRF 1:10 PM - 4:00 PM and is being offered as an alternative to COMS 101: Public Speaking to students who meet the required prerequisite.
ENGL S145-01: Writing Arguments: Dustin Stegner
Textbooks can be ordered from the Cal Poly University Store when students receive their class placements in July. Students will be notified by email when their class placements are available on the student portal.
Students will be enrolled in COMS 101 and one other class.
COMS 101 is a required course for all students and it is advantageous to be able to access this class through Quarter Plus as this will give students flexibility going forward. The second class will be selected depending on the student's college credit, AP/IB scores, and class capacity. GE courses are required for all students. Please refer to your specific degree requirements in the Cal Poly Catalog.
Please note that "EXSS S250" is a placeholder course for course fees that you will see on your account.
While the Quarter Plus Program schedule is rigorous, we want to make sure all our students have the tools they need to succeed. For students seeking support with their studies, there are several options.
Checking for Duplicate Credits
Please be diligent about checking your assigned classes. It is your responsibility to ensure that we have not assigned you to a class where you already received credit. If you see a mistake, please inform us as soon as possible so we can make corrections.