Cal Poly Humboldt is one of the 79 best colleges in the West according to The Princeton Review. The education services company lists Humboldt in the Best in the West section of its “2024 Best Colleges: Region by Region.”
We are sad to share news of the loss of President Emeritus Alistair McCrone. Dr. McCrone passed away in Lynnwood, Washington on August 17 at the age of 91. He leaves behind his wife Judith, of 65 years, and two sons Bruce and Craig and their families.
Cal Poly Humboldt recently announced new appointments to the University: Mark A. Johnson, chief of staff; Sarah Long, University controller; and Nick Pettit, executive director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports for the Lumberjacks.
While institutions throughout the U.S. are banning books, restricting access to those that showcase voices from historically marginalized groups, the Cal Poly Humboldt Library is diversifying its collections—and staff want suggestions from the campus community.
On Monday, May 15, 2023, Cal Poly Humboldt President, Dr. Tom Jackson, Jr., announced that Dr. Nick Pettit will be the next Executive Director of Intercollegiate Athletics and Recreational Sports for the Lumberjacks.
New, interactive infrastructure and apparatuses designed to engage and educate the children of Trillium Charter School about science and sustainability premiered at the school in Arcata on Tuesday, May 9.
Cal Poly Humboldt officials along with leaders from the California State University, the community, and Associated Students led a groundbreaking event on May 12 to celebrate the largest student housing project in University history.
Growing under redwood canopies and prohibition, legacy cannabis cultivators cross bred cultivars (plants bred for desirable traits) to create strains such as Blue Dream and Sour Diesel. Popularized in the underground market, these varieties are now some of the best selling strains on the legal market today.