“In Our Home” Campaign
The University Housing “In Our Home” Campaign is designed to help increase residents’ awareness of how personal choices can impact others living in a residential community.
- To create and maintain safe and respectful on-campus housing communities
- To create a system of support for all students who live on campus
- To educate on-campus students about cultural inclusion
- To educate on-campus students on components of respect
- To educate on-campus students about housing and campus rights and responsibilities
- To promote awareness and respect for individual differences in beliefs, values, race ethnicity, national origin, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, ability, socio-economic status, and veteran status
Selected “In Our Home” Campaign Programs:
- Beyond Words - an interactive simulation that gives students an experiential representation of the different types of inequality issues that exist in the world today.
- World Hunger Banquet - people are given a "typical" meal reflecting the global hunger statistics which helps students to gain insight about the challenges faced by people in the world.
- The Power of Words posters - to educate on bullying and recent suicides of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender youth across the country.
- “In Our Home” magnets are located on refrigerators in every resident room and apartment.
- UHTV channel provides information on topics related to inclusion.
- Supporting campus programs on topics of cultural inclusion, ability, gender equity, sexual orientation and gender identity.
Report Incidents of Bias
Please report incidents of bias to Cal Poly through this link. All reports are reviewed and appropriate action will be taken. If this is an emergency, please call 911. If this is a non-emergency and you would like to file a police report, please contact 805-756-2281. Filing this report has no legal implications, but it may require Cal Poly to notify University Police of the incident.