“Budget Briefs,” a new series of stories on PolyCentric, will keep the campus community informed on how California’s current pandemic-related financial crisis is affecting Cal Poly Pomona and what measures the university is taking to close a $20 million budget gap. To read the first installment in the series, visit PolyCentric. As the story notes, at this time there are no plans for furloughs or layoffs at CPP this fiscal year. “We’re doing everything possible to retain permanent personnel during this time,” said President Coley. You may also want to check out a new set of Budget FAQs and the answers to questions from the Campus Conversation on the Budget (both require CPP login).