"Good advising may be the single most underestimated characteristic of a successful college experience."
Academic Advising Programs offers a wide variety of workshops in order to serve our students. Click on the title of any workshop below to check availability.
If you are undeclared and wondering what steps to take next, this is the workshop for you! Let Academic Advising Programs and the Career Center help guide you in exploring all of the majors Chico State has to offer.
Recently placed on Academic Probation? In order to meet with an academic advisor about your individual situation, you must first attend a "Back on Track-Academic Success" workshop.
All NCAA Student Athletes are required to attend these information advising workshops prior to registration.
Watch for upcoming dates of these important Advising Workshops.
Learn what exciting new features the upcoming General Education Pathway Program has to offer by attending a "New GE-What it Means For You" workshop.
Your Degree Progress Report (DPR) is a handy on-line tool available to all Chico State Students. It is an essential tool for transfer students who want to understand how their coursework from other institutions meets requirements at Chico State. And it is your source for identifying your remaining courses and requirements needed for graduation. Make every course count by learning how to read and understand your DPR.
This orientation is designed specifically for students accepted to CSU, Chico and who are part of the Chico Student Success Partnership Program.
The Spring Orientation session will include welcome activities, information on how to use your Degree Progress Report (DPR) to understand your remaining class requirements for graduation, course selection strategies, and tips for using the online registration and wait-list systems.
Are you a Butte College student participating in the Cross Enrollment program? If so, register to attend the mandatory orientation session.
Recently Disqualified? In order to meet with an academic advisor about your individual situation, you must first attend a "Disqualified - What's Next" workshop to learn about your alternatives as well as timelines and procedures for appealing for reinstatement.
Are you a freshman and need help selecting and registering for spring classes? Attend a free Advising & Registration Workshop!