Become a Member

Chicana Latino Faculty Staff Association

The mission of the Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo Chicana Latino Faculty and Staff Association is to give voice and recognition to the many Chicana and Latino university members. The organization is committed to facilitating rapport between Chicana and Latino university employees at all levels and across the entire campus community. Our presence on campus enriches the university because of our contributions, diversity and commitment to the intellectual life of the community.

Members shall be those who are current or former employees of California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo, who are interested in the purposes of CLFSA and who have paid dues according to the bylaws.

NOTE: You may choose to receive emails regarding upcoming events and meetings without becoming a voting CLFSA member and pay no membership fee. Please note your request below. You are a valued member of the Cal Poly campus community and CLFSA wants to hear from you.

Membership Year:
The membership year shall be from September 1 to August 31st of the following year.

Membership Fee:
Suggested donation for the membership fee is $30.00. Payable at $10 each quarter (Fall-Winter-Spring), or a one time contribution. Please make check payable to Cal Poly CLFSA, and send to the CLFSA Treasurer, Adrienne Garcia-Specht, located on campus in Building 01, Room 212. Thank you!

Membership fees are used to support Cal Poly students participating in the annual Chicana Latino Commencement in June.

You can download a membership form if you prefer.

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Upcoming Events

Next CLFSA Meeting
Tuesday, March 20
UU-216 at noon
For more information, contact

Guest Speaker Dolores Huerta
United Form Workers Co-Founder
Tuesday, April 10 at 7pm
Chumash Auditorium
For more information, contact
Ethnic Studies at 756-1707

Equity Conference Spring 2018
Saturday, March 17
Los Angeles Airport
CFA will support an active CFA
dues-paying FSA member to attend.
Click here for conference details.
For more information, please

CLFSA Book Circle
April 2018
Open Veins of Latin America
by Eduardo Galeano
For more details, please contact