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Wildcat Conversations: Campus, Community Leaders on What’s Working to Address Student Housing Insecurity

An illustration of Kendall Hall at Chico State, with the words 'Wildcat Conversations' written in whimsical letters above it.

On any given day, one in 32 Wildcats experiences housing insecurity. They may be staying with friends, living in their vehicles, or residing in a shelter. Despite facing challenges, these students are determined to graduate from college, and Chico State is helping them achieve that goal.

The University’s Basic Need’s Rapid Re-housing Program is a leader in the California State University system for its comprehensive support of students who need safe housing. The program has partnered with local nonprofits, Chico Housing Action Team and True North Housing Alliance, to provide individualized care for students facing homelessness, potential eviction, or other housing crises.

Join our conversation to learn about Chico State’s dedication to removing obstacles and supporting all students in their pursuit of higher education.