The Computer Animation and Game Development Program (CAGD) hosts and is involved in various events throughout the academic year. Please check this page for updates on past, present, and future events.


Chico Preview Day was held on Friday, October 19, 2013. California State University, Chico welcomed prospective students and their families to this event and APCG (among other departments and programs University-wide) hosted an open house to provide guests an opportunity to visit the campus and talk to faculty as well as current Applied Computer Graphics majors about the program.

CAGD faculty, Jeff Underwood, held a discussion about making video games and Mark Pullyblank provided a presentation and led a discussion about his involvement in the making of The Hobbit 3. Guests were able to visit with students and view student work as well as participate in the discussions and presentations. 

An CAGD table was well represented by faculty, John Pozzi, in the Bell Memorial Auditorium (BMU). The table showcased student work and made available information about the program.

Preview Day was a wonderful success and we could not have done it without all of our student volunteers who made their Saturday available to speak to potential students and their families about our program. Student participation and excitement about the Program is continually important to the CAGD Program's success.


Congratulations to our Fall 2014 Computer Animation and Game Development Graduates! For those who would like to register to participate in the Spring 2015 commencement ceremony please visit Commencement Information.


Spring 2015 - Excellence in Computer Graphics Awards!

The Excellence In Computer Graphics Awards (ECGA) is an opportunity for CAGD students to be recognized for outstanding work produced both in and outside of class. Categories include Digital Photography, 3D Modeling, Animation and Digital Art.

Please visit ECGA for more information about official rules and categories.

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