Perched powerfully in Wildcat Plaza, it surveys the neighborhood south of the Chico State campus, its tail caught in a cautious swish and its eyes locked in, staring down the length of Chestnut Street. Indeed, something wild is finally here.
More than 100 students joined faculty and administrators at two Discernment Dinners held in Sutter Dining to hear stories of adversity, determination, and perseverance after enjoying a four-course meal.
After a 2016 report showed nearly one in four students in the California State University system is going hungry, Chico State aims to ensure no student faces food or housing insecurity while in pursuit of an education.
You are invited to attend Chico Preview Day! This premier fall open house offers prospective Fall 2018 undergraduate students and their families an opportunity to visit Chico State and experience firsthand our true college town environment. But in case you're on the fence about attending this all inclusive event, here are seven reasons we should see YOU at Chico Preview Day 2017!
Each day, thousands of students walk around the Chico State campus, quietly owning their own story. Every one of these stories has extraordinary value. One Chico State class is working to get some of those voices heard to teach about diversity and inclusion.
With two majors, two minors, and a plethora of campus clubs and activities he is devoted to, Nick Howell is known among his peers and faculty as a master of time management and goal-orientated dedication.
Do tattoos, argyle socks, and distressed jeans belong in the workplace? Students found out what's appropriate for interviews at Dress for Success, a combination fashion show, business mentoring session, and stand-up comedy hour.
Many students, staff, and faculty couldn't contain their excitement about the next chapter of their Chico Experience, so they shared it across Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook. What has you excited about the start of the new semester? Let us know using the hashtag #chicostate.
'Cats spent Monday making a difference in Chico by volunteering on their day off. Roughly 160 students took part in 'Cats in the Community on Cesar Chavez Day, honoring Chavez's legacy by giving back to the community.