Virtual Community

Students posing by the Cesar Chavez Center on campus

Learning is far from the only thing happening in CPP’s new virtual space. The six Cultural Centers are providing a space for community, including virtual drop-in hours, events on zoom and access to people like the center coordinators and student justice leaders. The Poly Post wrote a story about a variety of ways the cultural centers are supporting the campus community, including connecting with people on several social media platforms.