400 W. First Street Chico, CA 95929-0722 530-898-4428
http://www.csuchico.edu/ info@csuchico.edu
About California State University-Chico
  • Year of Foundation 1887
  • Size of Campus 130 Acre
  • Type of Instituition Public institution
  • Religious Orientation None
  • Degrees Bachelor , Master, Post-Bachelor,Post-Master
  • Calendar Type Semester
  • Undergraduate Population 14,526
  • Women % / Men % / Out of state 51%, 49%, 2%
Application
  • App. Deadlines FAFSA
  • Tuition Costs In / Out - State $5,620 in-state, $16,780 out-of-state
  • Room and Board $9,961
  • Nonfall Registration Accepted
  • Selectivity of the Intuition Selective
  • Application Fee $55
  • Enrollment No. 15,617
In 1887 the California Legislature approved the creation of the Northern Branch of the State Normal School for the purpose of training and educating teachers. After much debate over which city would be selected for the new school site, Chico was chosen and construction began on the Chico Normal School, which opened its doors to 90 students in 1889. Throughout the years, the college grew and its name changed to reflect that growth—from Chico Normal School to Chico State Teachers College to Chico State College. In 1972, we became known as California State University,chico.The main campus is situated on 119 acres in downtown Chico, but Chico State also owns a 1,050-acre farm and five acres of off-campus dorms about one mile from the main campus. The University also manages 3,950-acre Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve and the 300-acre Butte Creek Ecological Reserve.
Social Life And Activities
  • Other general policies class attendance policies set by individual instructors, honor code, hazing prohibited, smoking prohibited, other
  • Number of frat chapter houses 10
  • Popular Event and Social Activities on Campus International Festival, Chico World Music Festival, Court Theatre, President's Lecture Series (Nobel Peace Prize Winners), Multicultural Night, Ag Day, Fun Without Alcohol Faire, Minds in Motion, Greek Week Community Challenge, Leadership Conferences, Eart
  • Number of students in fraternities 16
  • Percent students who are frat members 4%
  • Number of honor societies Beta Alpha Psi, Omicron Theta Epsilon, Golden Key International Honour Society, Phi Alpha Theta, Tau Beta Pi, Engineering Honor Society, Upsilon Pi Epsilon, Phi Sigma Tau, Phi Kappa Phi, Pi Sigma Alpha, Alpha Psi Omega, Phi Eta Sigma, Sigma Lambda Chi, Lam
  • Setting Rural
  • Number of sororities 11
  • On-campus religious organizations (Appears as submitted by school) Asian Christian Fellowship(ACF), Hillel/Jewish Student Union, Latter-day Saints Student Association(LDSSA), Christian Science Organization, Newman Catholic Campus Ministry, Campus Crusade for Christ, The Edge-Campus Christi
  • Other on-campus organizations 0%
  • Percent students who are frat sororities 4%
  • Number of on-campus international organizations (Appears as submitted by school) Indian Student Association (ISA), Sinorama Society, General Union of Palestine Students, Hmong Student Association, Pan African Union (PAU), Pan Arab Union Student Association, Southeast Asian Student Association, Pakistan
  • Alcohol Policies No
  • Number of frats 16
Transportation
  • Distance to nearest train Chico (1)
  • Distance to nearest bus Chico (1)
  • Public Transportation to the University Yes
  • Car Permitted On Campus Yes
  • Distance to nearest airport Sacramento (90), Chico (10)
Student Housing
  • Number of students using college housing 13%
  • College campus housing availability Yes
  • Percentage of housing units owned by the college that are triples 10%
  • High speed or wireless internet in college housing 80%
  • Type of housing provided for students coed dorms, apartment for single students, special housing for disabled students, special housing for international students, other housing options
  • Percentage of housing units owned by the college that are singles 1%
  • On and Off campus housing offered Yes
  • Percentage of housing units owned by the college that are undefined 0%
  • Off and remote campus housing assistance available Yes
  • Percentage of housing units owned by the college that are doubles 57%
  • Number of housing and appartment units owned by the university 31
  • College housing safety - Sprinkler system 0%
  • Percentage of housing units owned by the college that are apartments 32%
  • College housing safety - Fire alarms 100%
Campus Services
  • Number Of Subscriptions 24,244
  • Number Of Wired Computers Available In The Other Locations N/A
  • Computer Courses No
  • Library On Campus Yes
  • Estimated Capacity Of Wireless Network 625
  • Number of e-books 4,083
  • Online Course Registration Available Yes
  • Student Computer Availability Yes
  • Library Facilities Northeastern California Collections, historic regional maps and photographs, Dorothy Morehead Hill Collection of Northeastern California Native American Legacy and Tradition, early Bibles.
  • Wireless Network - Student wi-fi Yes
  • Number Of Microforms 1,166,231
  • OS of Wifi Network Microsoft
  • Number Of Wired Computers Available In Classrooms N/A
  • Location Of Available Computers computer center/labs, residence halls, library, student center
  • Internet Access Yes
  • Number Of Books in Library 967,024
  • Tutoring and Remedial Help math, writing, study skills
  • Number Of Wired Computers Available In Campus Labs(est) N/A
  • Basic Services Provided nonremedial tutoring, women's center, placement service, day care, health service, health insurance
  • Student Email Accounts Yes
  • Number of Audiovisuals-cds,videos,dvds 27,345
  • Student Allowed To Post A Web Page Yes
  • Number Of Wired Computers Available In The Library N/A
  • Campus Safety 24-hour foot and vehicle patrols, late night transport/escort service, 24-hour emergency telephones, lighted pathways/sidewalks, student patrols, controlled dormitory access (key, security card, etc)
  • Counseling Services minority student, career, personal, veteran student, academic, older student, psychological, birth control
  • Museums Art Galleries: Janet Turner Gallery, Oliver Gallery, University Gallery, BFA Gallery; Latour Slide Room, Anthropology Museum, Intercultural Studies Center, Biological, Field Station, University Farm, Electron Microscope, Instructional Media Center, Compu
  • Location Of Area With Wireless Support in all the libraries, in some classrooms, in computer labs, in administrative/faculty offices and work areas, in some of the college-owned, operated, or affiliated housing
Student Employment and Career
  • Employed Students after 1 year N/A
  • Student Employment Fedral Work Study Program Available
  • Career placment and training co-op education, on-campus job interviews, internships, resume assistance, career/job search classes, alumni network, interest inventory, interview training, other
  • Does the school discourage student employment Yes
  • Employed Students after 6 Months 73%
  • Top Companies Selecting Students For Jobs Chevron, Intel, Mervyn's Corporation, Gallo, Shaw Industries, Accenture, Allied Insurance, Federated Insurance, Deloitte and Touche, E-Trade, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, PG & E, Jeld-Wen, Hyatt Corporation, Target, Ferguson Enterprises, Old Navy, Fastenal, Wel
  • Employed Students after 2 years N/A
  • Airforce ROTC on campus? Not offered
  • Navy ROTC on campus? Not offered
  • Army ROTC on campus? Not offered
  • Number of undergraduates (only) with employment 9%
  • The average earnings of employed undergrads 2,500
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