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  • 1. A Celebration of Culture and Community Una celebracin de la cultura y de la comunidad
    • Chicano Latino Faculty Staff Association

Cal Poly , San Luis Obispo Mr. Tony Domingues and Mr. Felix Cortez-Littlefield 2. Our Mission To support and mentor Latino/Chicano Students, Staff and Faculty 3.

  • PCT11 - HISPANIC OR LATINO BY SPECIFIC ORIGIN
  • Total: 33,871,648
  • Not Hispanic or Latino22,905,092
  • Hispanic or Latino:10,966,556

4. As of 6 years ago thenumber one population growthin Californiafrom ages 0 to 24 is Hispanic/Latino and growing Data from State of California Census 2000 http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/DEMOGRAP/CSDC/CSDC_Products.htm In 2000, Latinos accounted for32.4% of Californias population .By 2020, Latinos are projected to make up43% of the population . -California Budget Project 327,088 2,055,428 2,037,046 5,229,062 25 to 34 years Total California 150,101 841,794 1,021,676 2,381,288 20 to 24 years Total California 64,587 358,372 406,737 984,742 18 to 19 years Total California 103,729 554,900 582,746 1,466,146 15 to 17 years Total California 194,672 961,056 1,043,433 2,570,822 10 to 14 years Total California 195,303 918,430 1,236,768 2,725,880 5 to 9 years Total California 160,116 788,472 1,187,878 2,486,981 Under 5 years Total California Alone Alone or Latino Population AgeState Name Black White HispanicTotal 2000 Population by Gender, Age and Race 5. California 1990, 2000 Census Comparison Tables The following is a short set of tables comparing census data (100% count) for California for 1990 and 2000. II.Race/Ethnicity As of 6 years ago the Hispanics population had a42 % growth rate from 1990 to 2000 . 13.80% 4,111,627 33,871,648 29,760,021 All Persons 42.60% 3,278,618 10,966,556 7,687,938 Hispanic 3.80% 833,009 22,905,092 22,072,083 Non-Hispanic Total NA NA 903,115 NA Two + Race Groups, Non-Hispanic 27.80% 15,588 71,681 56,093 Other Race, Non-Hispanic 103,736 Pacific Islander, Non-Hispanic 38.50% 1,042,243 3,648,860 2,710,353 Asian, Non-Hispanic -2.80% -5,081 178,984 184,065 Native American, Non-Hispanic 4.30% 89,480 2,181,926 2,092,446 Black, Non-Hispanic -7.10% -1,212,336 15,816,790 17,029,126 White, Non-Hispanic percentage absolute 2000 1990 Race/Ethnic Categories: Change 1990 - 2000 II.Race/Ethnicity 6. Population Comparisons

  • LA County
  • Total: 9,519,338
  • Hispanic or Latino: 4,242,213
  • Not Hispanic or Latino 5,277,125
  • SLO County
  • Total: 246,681
  • Not Hispanic or Latino: 206,485
  • Hispanic or Latino: 40,196
  • State of California
  • Total: 33,871,648
  • Not Hispanic or Latino 22,905,092
  • Hispanic or Latino: 10,966,556

7. Cal Poly Students 97% of Cal poly students come from California, only 12% from SLO county In 2003/04 of 121,418 Latino High school graduates, only 19,427 (16%) were eligible For admissions to the CSU system. - 8. Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) in 2000, the accreditation team noted that"Cal Poly faces extraordinary challenges in achieving greater diversity" The WASC Commission"urge the institution to reinforce andstrengthen its efforts to integrate diversity goals within the framework of its learning centers. This is particularly important so as to position Cal Poly to fulfill mission successfully within California over the next several decades."

  • About 60% of the total enrollment of Cal Poly students in the Fall of 2000 reported their ethnic origin as white and about 26% chose a non-white response (with 14%.not responding and 1% choosing an international designation).
  • The CSU system as a whole reported 39% white, 43% non-white, 13% no response, and 4% international.
  • According to 2000 census figures, the County of San Luis Obispo had approximately 76% white residents and 24% non-white residents.
  • The State of California, on the other hand, reported a 2000 census population of about 47% white residents and 53% non-white.

9. Hispanic/LatinoEnrollment at Cal Poly = 10.1 % 10. Latino Graduation Rates From 1992-1995Freshman 46-49% From 1993 -1998 Transfers 32-38% 11. The combinedTotal of ALL non-white Facultyat Cal Poly is14-15 Percent 12. The combinedTotal of ALL non-white Staff at Cal Poly is27 Percent (2004) The combinedTotal of ALL non-white Managersat Cal Poly is 17 Percent (2004) 13. What can the numbers tell us?

  • The Latino Population in California is growing, and will continue to growwith the most growth between the ages of 0-24.
  • SLO countys Latino population is lower in comparison to the State of California population.
  • Cal Polys, Latino population (Student, Staff, Faculty, and Management) is Lower and not proportional to the State of California or the County of San Luis Obispo population.
  • Majority of Cal Poly students are from other then the county of San Luis Obispo
  • Majority of Latinos are not taught to college. (Admission in-eligible)
  • Need Data on non-white ethnic category
  • Visionary Pragmatism is needed.

14. Where to now?

  • Prepare, Plan, and Produce
  • Prepare to support new Latino student growth.
  • Plan to recruit and support Latino Staff, Faculty and Managers to represent this growing student population
  • Produce qualified High school students to produce quailified CSU students and plan to support them to graduation
  • Prepare and plan to support CSU students to produce sucessful latino graduates
  • Support continuing data collection and analysis in regards to Latino students and Prepare, Plan, and Produce data on Latino Staff, faculty and management for Cal Poly (CSU ?)
  • Strongly and activley support Cal Poly Diversity Initiatives and efforts

15. Empowering Students Voices

  • Cesar Chavez March.30-Mar-2006

Visionary Pragmatism 16. 17. Fin

  • Presented by Mr. Tony Domingues and Mr. Felix Cortez-Littlefield
  • Supporting Documentation
  • Cal Poly Office of InstitutionalPlanningand Analysis cohort_study_2003, Degree045, Enrollment045, FacStaf045, General045, polytrend_diversity, ib061
  • State Website: California http://www.dof.ca.gov/HTML/DEMOGRAP/CSDC/CSDC_Products.htm

CSU is the most diverse university system in the USA,with more then 25% of its students Latino CSU Leader