Chico State Diversity Resource Guide
The information within these pages provides you with an introduction to the people who, places that, and things which may be of interest and assistance to you. Not in any way intended to be exhaustive or definitive, the directory offers but a small sample of the plethora of campus and community resources available to you.
If there are any resources that should be updated or included, please contact the Office of Diversity at 530.898.4764 or email@example.com.
Welcome to our university and our community! We are pleased you are here with us and very proud of all that you have accomplished to be here. We look forward to all that you will now achieve with us. We have high expectations for you, as you should have of your university. My best wishes for a successful start to you Chico State career and an ongoing contribution to the Chico State Story.
- President Paul Zingg
Welcome to the Chico State Diversity Resource Guide. The information within this directory provides you with an introduction to the many resources that are available to you within our Chico State campus and community. Not in any way intended to be exhaustive or definitive, the directory offers but a small sample of the plethora of resources available to you.
- Tray Robinson
California State University, Chico establishes this policy in recognition of its educational mission, its social concerns, its responsibility for the personal development of individuals, and its concern for the rights of individuals.
CSU, Chico will comply with federal and state regulations relating to affirmative action and nondiscrimination obligations. The University will provide equal opportunity in education and employment for all qualified persons; prohibit illegal discrimination based on age, race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or gender expression, marital or veteran status, and physical or mental impairment; and promote the full realization of equal education and employment opportunities through a positive and continuing program of affirmative action for the University as a whole and for each constituent unit.
This policy governs all university educational and employment practices and procedures including, but not limited to, recruitment, employment, enrollment, rate of pay or other compensation, advancement, reclassification, promotion, financial aid, demotion, renewal, non-renewal, termination, dismissal, transfer, layoff, leave, training, employee benefits, grading, and program access.
It will be a violation of this policy to dismiss, discharge, expel, penalize, discipline, harass, adversely alter academic grades, or otherwise discriminate against any student, faculty, or staff member because he or she has opposed any discriminatory practice, filed an internal or external complaint of discrimination, or testified or assisted in any proceeding in accordance with this policy.
Responsibility and authority for the dissemination and implementation of this policy lies ultimately with the president of the University with the support of university administrators, faculty, and staff and with assistance from the director of employment practices (or designee). Practically, the responsibility and authority to act affirmatively to provide equality of opportunity in education and employment lies with all who are in decision-making positions within the University. Support for the University’s affirmative action policy will be considered in the annual evaluation of administrators and supervisors. The University will commit appropriate resources and create a supportive atmosphere for the implementation of this policy.