Campus Resource List

Student Health Services
Medical treatment and prevention; health education and promotion
Warner St. and Legion Ave. Intersection
898-5241


CADEC (Campus Alcohol and Drug Education Center)
Counseling, support groups, classes, and assessments for making healthy choices and increasing self-awareness regarding alcohol and drug use or abuse
SSC 190
898-6450


ARC (Accessibility Resource Center)
For obtaining modification or adjustment to a course, program, service, job, activity, or facility that enables a qualified student with a disability to have an equal opportunity
SSC 170
898-5959


Student Learning Center
Support for handling college course work and becoming a more independent learner, including study strategy information, content subject tutoring, writing assistance, and supplemental instruction
SSC 340
898-6839


Career Center
Services for getting an internship or job, exploring changing your major, help with career concerns, improving your resume, and learning about possible great careers and fields of study that fit you
SSC 270
898-5253


Safe Place
Support for preventing and surviving sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, harassment and hate crimes through crisis intervention, crisis counseling, resources and referrals
Corner of W. 2nd & Chestnut Streets
898-3030


CLIC (Community Legal Information Center)
Legal information for students and community members
25 Main St. Suite 102
898-4354


Student Judicial Affairs
Help resolving grievances with faculty, staff, or administration
SSC 190
898-6897


Academic Advising
Services for understanding academic requirements, policies, and opportunities; exploring and achieving your academic goals
SSC 220
898-5712


Financial Aid Office
Funding and financial guidance
SSC 250
898-6883


Office of the Registrar
Help with enrollment, academic records, and progress towards graduation
SSC 110
898-5142


Student Life and Leadership Office
Help with development of positive social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and leadership programs and activities. Supports programming which promotes learning, personal growth, self-governance, social responsibility, and understanding.
BMU 220
898-5396


CCLC (Cross-Cultural Leadership Center)
Promotes cultural awareness and understanding, and respect and appreciation of diversity at CSU Chico and in the community, through leadership development, education, and constructive social change.
MLIB 172
898-4101