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Clubs and Organizations

GLBT Faculty and Staff Association

The CSU, Chico GLBT faculty and staff have formed an informal association as a means of support, advocacy, and mentorship for our GLBT campus community.

Contact: Nancy Park
Phone: 530-898-5671
Website: www.csuchico.edu/lgbtq/index.php 

Preventing Hate Crime

In California, you are considered a victim of a hate crime if you have been targeted because of your “real” or “perceived” race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability. People belonging to these groups are referred to as “protected classes.” All people are members of a protected class. Members of our Chico State campus community are encouraged to report hate crimes to our university police.

Phone: 530-898-5555

Pride/Safe Zone Student Organization

Pride is designed to provide socialization and interaction between lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and straight-allied college students. The organization also functions as a political, social service, and educational body on campus.

Contact: Irma Rivera
Website: http://www.csuchico.edu/pride/New/index.htm

Safe Zone Ally Programs

Safe Zone’s purpose is to reduce homophobia and heterosexism on our campus and thereby make the campus a safer and freer environment for all members of our community.

Contact: Tray Robinson
Phone: 530-898-4764

Women’s Center

The Associated Students Womens Center is a student-run activist organization that evolved from the feminist ideology that all genders should be equal. We provide a safe, accepting environment and strive to empower all students through awareness - raising events, services and referrals.

Phone: 530-898-5724
Website: http://www.aschico.com/womenscenter