List of Cal Poly at San Luis Obispo alumni
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Arts and media
- Pedro Armendáriz (1912 – 1963), U.S. character actor, award-winning leading man in dozens of films from the Golden Age of Mexican cinema
- Michael Berryman (born 1948), actor
- Irene Chan (born 1965), artist
- Luke Chueh contemporary artist
- Danny Gans (October 25, 1956 – May 1, 2009) Las Vegas entertainer
- Cassie McFarland (born 1985), artist, designed the obverse of the 2014 National Baseball Hall of Fame commemorative coin
- Andy Paiko (born 1977), contemporary glass artist
- George Ramos (1947-2011), three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist
- Suzanne Roberts (born 1970), poet, travel writer, and photographer
- M. Ward (born 1973), folk musician, singer-songwriter and guitarist
- "Weird Al" Yankovic (born 1959), rock parodist and entertainer
- Richard Bergquist, Founder and former CTO, PeopleSoft
- Gary Bloom, Former Vice Chairman and President, Symantec Corporation
- Paul R. Bonderson, Jr., Businessman, Philanthropist. Co-founder, Brocade Communications Systems.
- James Griffin Boswell, Chairman of the board, J.G. Boswell Company
- Susan Johnson (B.S., Industrial Engineering, 1977), CEO, Futura Industries; Named one of Forbes Most Powerful Women in 2011.
- David Karr, Co-founder, Guayaki
- Noel Lee, President and founder, Monster Cable
- Bob Mazzuca (B.S. History, 1970), Chief Scout Executive of Boy Scouts of America
- Farzad Nazem (B.S. Computer Science, 1981), former Chief Technology Officer of Yahoo!
- Peter Oppenheimer (B.S. Ag Business, 1985), former Chief Financial Officer of Apple Computer
- Linda Ozawa Olds, Co-founder, Jamba Juice
- Kevin Peters, Co-founder, Jamba Juice
- Alex Pryor, Co-founder, Guayaki
- William H. Swanson (B.S. Industrial Engineering, 1973.) (born 1950), Chairman and CEO of Raytheon
- Joseph Vergara, Co-founder, Jamba Juice
Politics and government
- Tom Berryhill, California State Assemblyman
- Jeff Denham, United States Representative for California's 10th congressional district
- Dennis Hollingsworth (born 1967), California State Senator
- Abel Maldonado (born 1967), 47th Lieutenant Governor of California
- Bruce McPherson (born 1944), 30th California Secretary of State
- Mohammadreza Nematzadeh, Minister of labour and Minister of Industry and Mine in the Islamic republic of Iran
- Devin Nunes, United States Representative for California's 21st congressional district
- George Radanovich, United States Representative for California's 19th congressional district
- Robert C. Tapella, 25th Public Printer of the United States
- Scott C. Black (born 1952), Lieutenant General (United States Army, Retired), 37th Judge Advocate General of the United States Army. He was the first Lieutenant General to hold that position.
- David M. Boone (born 1960), Rear Admiral (United States Navy). Director, Shore Readiness, Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (Fleet Readiness and Logistics) for all 70 US Naval Bases worldwide. Former director of The White House Operations Center - The Shelter, as well as Camp David. 
Science and technology
- Michael Alsbury, commercial astronaut, Virgin Galactic test pilot. Killed in the 2014 Virgin Galactic crash.
- Greg Chamitoff (born 1962), astronaut
- Robert L. Gibson (born 1946), astronaut
- David Haussler, professor at University of California, Santa Cruz
- Mark Lucovsky, software architect and a part of the team that designed Windows NT
- Aaron Peckham, Owner and creator of UrbanDictionary
- Burt Rutan (born 1943), designer of SpaceShipOne and Rutan Voyager
- Peter Siebold, commercial astronaut, Virgin Galactic Test Pilot 
- Frederick W. Sturckow (born 1961), astronaut
- Dean Treanor (born 1947), current manager of the Indianapolis Indians.
- Kevin Correia (born 1980), current MLB pitcher.
- Casey Fien (born 1983), October 21, current MLB pitcher.
- Mike Krukow (born 1952), former MLB pitcher and current broadcast announcer
- Bud Norris (born 1985), current MLB pitcher.
- Garrett Olson (born 1983), former MLB pitcher.
- John Orton (born 1965), former MLB catcher
- Ozzie Smith (born 1954), MLB Hall of Fame shortstop
- Marijon Ancich, high school football coach with the most wins in California history
- Ramses Barden (born 1986), current NFL wide receiver.
- Jordan Beck (born 1983), current NFL linebacker
- Courtney Brown NFL defensive back
- Jim Criner (born 1940), college football head coach
- Chris Gocong (born 1983), NFL linebacker
- Asa Jackson (born 1989), current NFL cornerback.
- Mel Kaufman (1958-2009), former NFL linebacker Washington Redskins, 1981-1988.
- John Madden (born 1936), NFL Hall of Fame broadcaster, head coach, and player
- Dana Nafziger (born 1953), NFL player
- Cecil Turner (born 1944), former NFL WR/KR Chicago Bears, 1968-1973, selected to 1971 NFL Pro Bowl.
- Sharon Day (born 1985), former NCAA Women's heptathlon champion, 2011 USA outdoor national champion
- Dean Karnazes, Ultramarathoner
- Karen Kraft, US silver medalist in coxless pairs rowing at the 1996 Summer Olympics and a bronze medalist in coxless pairs at the 2000 Summer Olympics
- Gene Lenz, All-American college swimmer, 1960 Summer Olympics finalist in the 400-meter freestyle
- Chuck Liddell (born 1969), wrestler; retired mixed martial artist, former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion, and UFC Hall of Fame member
- Chad Mendes, (born 1985) 2008 NCAA wrestling runner-up at 141 lb, professional MMA fighter, current UFC featherweight contender
- Gina Miles, US silver medalist in individual eventing at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Anton Peterlin, (born 1987) soccer player
- Victor Plata (born 1973), USA Olympian in the triathlon
- Loren Roberts (born 1955), professional golfer on the PGA Tour
- Monty Roberts, (born 1935),professional horse trainer, former rodeo rider, and author
- Stephanie Brown Trafton (born 1979), US gold medalist in discus throw at the 2008 Summer Olympics
- Maggie Vessey (born 1981), professional 800-meter runner
- Barton Williams (born 1956), NCAA All-American 400m-hurdler
- "Biography for Pedro Armendáriz". IMDB.
- "Michael Berryman". What A Character!.
- Kara Kelly Hallmark (2007). Encyclopedia of Asian American Artists. Greenwood Publishing Group. pp. 25–28. ISBN 978-0-313-33451-1. Retrieved 3 December 2012.
- Luke Chueh - Bio
- Danny Gans - Bio
- "Alumni - Art and Design - Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo". Artdesign.calpoly.edu. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- George Ramos
- "Suzanne Roberts". Suzanne Roberts. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- Cal Poly grad now 'monster of folk'
- Cal Poly Alumni Shine
- "Our Alumni – Our People – Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo". Calpoly.edu. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- Brocade Communications Systems
- Minna Wang (2012-05-21). "Futura leader inspires others". Standard.net. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- "Guayaki History". Guayaki.com. Retrieved 2014-08-17.
- "Bob Mazzuca". Boy Scouts of America.
- "Farzad Nazem". Yahoo!.
- "Peter Oppenheimer". Apple Computer.
- "ASSEMBLYMAN TOM BERRYHILL". California State Assembly.
- "Senator Dennis Hollingsworth: Biography". California State Senate.
- "Lieutenant Governor Abel Maldonado". Lieutenant Governor of California.
- "California State University and Cal Poly Award Secretary of State Bruce McPherson Honorary Doctorate". Cal Poly.
- "Astronaut Bio: Greg Chamitoff". NASA.
- "Astronaut Bio: R. L. Gibson". NASA.
- ""Shrek" Lead Effects Animator, Aerospace Researcher, Three Other Grads Honored by Cal Poly College of Engineering". Cal Poly.
- http://www.milb.com/content/page.jsp?sid=t484&ymd=20050902&content_id=24686&vkey=roster. Missing or empty
- "Kevin Correia Statistics". baseball-reference.
- "Casey Fien Stats". Baseball Almanac. Retrieved December 3, 2012.
- "Bud Norris Statistics". baseball-reference.
- "John Orton Statistics". baseball-reference.
- "Marijon Ancich". GoPoly.com.
- "NFL.com - Jordan Beck". NFL.
- "NFL.com - Chris Gocong". NFL.
- "John Madden - Cal Poly".
- "Cal Poly: Athletic and Academic Excellence". Retrieved 2012-12-16.
- "Chuck Liddell". USMTA.com.
- "Chuck Liddell UFC Bio". Retrieved 2014.
- "Chad Mendes UFC Bio". Retrieved 2014.
- "United States Olympic Committee - Plata, Victor". USA Olympic Team. Archived from the original on 2007-03-13. Retrieved 2007-03-22.