Previous Article Next Article
Cal Poly Student Affairs Men & Masculinity Program

Men & Masculinity

Welcome to our homepage! Want to connect? Check out our CONTACT page for more info.

Continue Reading >
What is M&M? The Men and Masculinity programs exists to promote and cultivate healthy models of masculinity at Cal Poly

What is M&M?

Curious how the program got started? Read the full story on our ABOUT page.

Continue Reading >


Hear more about the ACTLIKEAMAN Campaign and how you can join in the fun.

Continue Reading >
Sign up for Guyland Training fall quarter 2017, Featuring the book "Guyland" by Michael Kimmel

Guyland Training

Guyland Training is a MUST for engaging the culture of masculinity on campus. More info on GET INVOVLED.

Continue Reading >
Want to work intern volunteer with M&M? Ask about opportunities for 2017-2018

Want to work?

We’re looking for passionate people to join the team. If that’s you, check out our GET INVOVLED page.

Continue Reading >
Stay Plugged In, Follow Us on: @CalPolyMenAndMasculinity

Stay Plugged In

If social media is your thing, here’s how to stay in touch, and get the most current updates on M&M activity.

Continue Reading >
Office Hour Every Monday 11:10AM - 12:00PM Pour over coffee + Discussion Topic M&M Office Building 52, Room E-5, Fall quarter start date: 9/18

Office Hour

Our coordinator, Nick loves coffee and talking about masculinity-related topics. Cruise by, grab a cup, and have a chat!

Continue Reading >
Have an event Idea?

Have an Idea?

We’re always cool stuff, but we can’t think of everything. Have an idea for an event? Tell us more about it!

Continue Reading >

Our Mission

The Men and Masculinity Program engages male-identified students regarding gender-based violence, with the purpose of (1) establishing positive masculine gender norms on campus. And (2) responding to men involved in incidences of gender-based violence with restorative support. We do this through education, advocacy and mentorship.


Meet our Coordinator

Nick BilichNick Bilich, Coordinator

Born and raised in Santa Rosa, CA, Nick came to Cal Poly in 2002, graduating with a BA in English, and a minor in Communication Studies.  Nick’s passion for gender-based violence prevention and masculinity topics began at Cal Poly during his service as an AmeriCorps VIP Member with Safer and the Gender Equity Center (2011-2013).  Prior to being hired as the Men and Masculinity Program coordinator, Nick facilitated Safer's six-week Sexual Misconduct Training and participated as an advisor in their Respondent Advising Program. Nick and his wife Jill love living in SLO, and share a passion for their faith, people, soccer, music, the outdoors, and having guests over for dinner.


Strengths -- Connectedness, Belief, Developer, Context, Includer







Related Content


Cal Poly students under green umbrella serving food

More on Spotlight


Go to the Admissions website

Link to the Admissions Website for information on selection criteria, application deadlines, creating your VIP page and more!