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Two employees of a food pantry smile at each other and they distribute beautiful fresh produce

Chico State’s Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry Celebrates 10th Anniversary

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Chico State's Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry has become a leader and a model for the rest of the CSU campuses.

A graphic image shows the Wildcat statue with the phrases, "Wildcats Do and Dare" and "Today Decides Tomorrow."

Wildcats Do and Dare

What might the world look like if, rather than wondering about some distant future, we took daily action toward the tomorrow of our dreams? Meet Wildcats who are doing exactly that.

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CSU, Chico Basic Needs Receives $870,000 Grant, Addresses Student Homelessness

Chico State was one of seven CSU campuses to receive a California State University College-Focused Rapid Re-Housing Partnership Grant this year.

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Chico State Honors Diversity and Inclusion on Campus

Nine faculty, staff, and students are honored with the 15th Annual Conversations on Diversity and Inclusion Awards.

A box signed by Jim Morris sits in the Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry.

Message on a Box: Chico State Alum Helps Feed Today’s Wildcats

Student employees at the Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry were unpacking a food delivery when they came across a hand-written note on one of the boxes. Who was JBM?

Dozens of fraternity and sorority members stand amid their elaborate designs put together from canned and non-perishable food items.

Greek Week Yields Over $13,500 to Benefit University’s Chico Cares Campaign

As part of Greek Week from Oct. 8-12, sororities and fraternities at California State University, Chico teamed up to help their fellow students and raised more than $13,500, benefiting the University’s Chico Cares campaign.

Wildcat logo shaped from donated cans

CSU, Chico Launches 2018 Chico Cares Campaign in Support of Campus Basic Needs Project

Continuing its efforts to support student food and housing security programs, California State University, Chico will launch its 2018 Chico Cares campaign today at the Wildcats Can donation drive reception inside the Bell Memorial Union at noon.

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President Hutchinson’s End-of-Semester Message

As the semester draws to a close, President Gayle Hutchinson reflects on highlights and achievements since January.

A field filled with orange flags reading "Each orange flag represents 15 students suffering from food insecurity."

University Tackles Students’ Most Basic Needs: Housing and Hunger

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.