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Poly Reps

University Ambassadors

Who We Are


Poly Reps brings together students from different colleges, majors, and backgrounds with one common thread- they love to promote and support Cal Poly!


Poly Reps is composed of six committees. Each member of Poly Reps serves on one of these six committees for a full academic year. At the end of every Spring Quarter, the organization holds an election for chair member positions on the Executive Board. The executive board oversees each of the following committees:

  • Alumni
  • Campus Tours
  • Communications and Publicity
  • New Member Recruitment
  • Outreach
  • School Visits and Presentations
  • Special Events

MEMBERS 2021-22

Abbie Curtis

Anna Jewel

Bella Gaddini (Special Events Chair)

Chloe Guthrie

Chloe Meyer

Christopher Chau

Courtney Theis (School Visits and Presentations Chair)

Dominic Davidson

Emma Schlichting 

Gavin Macias

Georgia Cunningham (Communications and Publicity Chair)

Henry Tan

Isa Iturriria

Jace Porter

Jake Ledger

Kae Nurge (Tours Chair)

Kallie Kidder (New Member Recruitment Chair)

Katelyn Mcnulty

Keegan O'Sullivan (Outreach Chair)

Lily Jaynes

Luis Magana

Maddie Rowell

Madelyn Cruz

Madison Gonzales

Maggie Loll

Matt Sato

Max Choate

McKenna Tracy

Melissa Toussimehr

Merritt Taggart

Mia Chaney

Morgan Mitchell (Alumni Chair)

Natalie Rathle

Nicole Mazzeo

Quinn Akemon

Savannah DeBaets (President)

Tu Tran



Admissions Office (Poly Reps Advisor): Mandy Blackburn, mandymb@calpoly.edu
Admissions Office (Poly Reps Advisor): Lauren Hansen, lhanse06@calpoly.edu

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Important Dates

  • Becoming a Poly Reps

October 10, 2023: Applications released
November 7, 2023 (11:59 PM): Applications Due
Jan - Feb: In-Person interviews


Poly Reps Quote

"Abe Lincoln once said 'Make sure your feet are in the right place, then stand firm.' Good advice Mr. Lincoln but it is way more challenging to walk backwards"   — Joey Halabrin, (Political Science '18, Poly Reps)