Chicano/Latino Council

The Chican@/Latin@ Council (CLC) at California State University was formed by a group of Latino faculty and staff in 1993. The organization's goals are to address Chican@/Latin@ concerns; further the understanding of the social and political climate in the Chican@/Latin@ community; and promote cultural awareness, leadership development, and the academic and professional advancement of Chican@s/Latin@s. CLC acts as a resource and advisory body for individuals and groups to pursue Chicano/Latino issues.

CLC meets meets on a regular basis throughout the academic year and also maintains communication with its members via e-mail.

We welcome all members of the CSU, Chico staff, faculty, and student body who are interested in participating and willing to serve as active CLC members.

If you are interested in becoming a member or would like more information about CLC, please contact the membership coordinator Myrna Ochoa us at


CLC Meetings for Fall 2017

General meetings are 2-3 pm the THIRD Fridays of each month in meeting room SSC 140:

August 18th
September 15th
October 20th
November 17th
December 15th



¡Felicidades! to the newly elected Chicano Latino Council executive board members!

Council Chair: Cecilia Santillán-Robles
Paul Bailey
Social Chair:
Elli Alaniz

While some of these newly elected officers are not new faces to the CLC, we want to honor their commitment to the CLC, and thank them ALL for their service!

¡Gracias a todos!