Academic Advising—Student Services Center, Room 120
Advisors are available to personally assist you to develop and achieve your educational goals and use the diverse resources available at CSU, Chico. Staff will help you understand all the educational opportunities, as well as the policies, procedures, and other issues related to your academic experience and progress.
Advisors can help you understand how to meet general education and other graduation requirements, choose courses of interest and value to you, select majors and minors as well as other educational offerings, and resolve problems related to policies and procedures. Don't hesitate to ask an advisor for help!
Student Learning Center—Student Services Center, Room 340
CSU, Chico students qualify for free tutoring services through the Student Learning Center (SLC). Tutoring services are available Monday through Friday and by appointment. Telephone 530-898-6839 or e-mail a message to firstname.lastname@example.org .
The SLC also offers study skills assistance and supplemental instruction. Assistance is available in a variety of topics, including note taking and review, reading and study efficiency, concentration and memory, and research paper construction. Study skill assistance is provided one-on-one with professionals or fellow Chico State students.
Career Center—Student Services Center, Room 270The Chico State Career Center provides a wide variety of career development programs for students of all majors and class levels. We offer services to help students with the transition from student to working professional or graduate student. Services include: resume reviews, mock interviews, one-on-one advising, career fairs and more. We also help students identify a career path and which major is likely the best fit for that path. More about the Career Center’s services can be found at www.csuchico.edu/careers. The Career Center is located in SSC 270 and can be reached at 898-5253 or email@example.com.
Meriam Library offers Chico State students a myriad of resources, research options, and collections. Students have access to the student computer lab on the first floor of the library across from the main circulation desk. Periodicals are accessed online or on the second floor in the periodical reading room or the bound-collection section. Meriam Library's third floor is home to a collection of more than 1,200,000 books. The collection of maps can be found on the fourth floor alongside the California and U.S documents sections. Library tours are available.
Dozens of internships are available to students across the disciplines in the College of Communication and Education--some academic majors require students to complete an internship prior to graduating. Students should speak to their academic advisors, internship coordinators, or department chairpersons to ask when is the best time to apply for an internship, which internships will fit an individual's degree focus and skills, and tips on how to prepare for an internship interview. You can also search for internships by visiting the Career Center's JobCat Database.