Cal Poly students partake in music, dance, drama, film, fine arts, rodeo, radio, student government, and many other opportunities to develop skills and interests. Students live on campus during their first year, and afterwards have to flexibility to live either on or off campus. Cal Poly has more residence halls than any other CSU campus with arrangements for 3,600 students. Cal Poly offers a high-tech recreational sports complex, which includes exercise and fitness rooms, a 50-meter swimming pool, double level gymnasium, racquetball courts, and martial arts rooms. Instructional facilities are as specialized and lab-oriented as the instructional programs. Cal Poly never stops developing new facilities and adapting old facilities to include the latest technology. The university’s library contains 620,000 books and 107,000 bound periodicals and an extensive collection of government documents. If you were to walk around the campus and look into the classrooms, labs, and lounges, you would find Cal Poly students reading, studying, and attending class. But that’s not all; you’ll also find them getting their hands dirty and learning by doing. Career education at Cal Poly is taught within the framework of a thorough general education that helps students develop fully, not just as trained professionals, but as educated individuals. Curriculum is designed to teach students to think logically, judge critically, and communicate clearly.