Welcome from the Dean
Welcome to the Office of Graduate Studies at California State University, Chico!
California State University, Chico offers more than 25 graduate degree programs including many "hands-on" experiences through lab and fieldwork. Our mission is to provide quality post-baccalaureate programs, set and maintain high academic standards for graduate courses and degree programs, and serve the North State region.
Chico State is an excellent choice for graduate students who desire a quality educational experience and offers opportunities for students at all stages of their careers and for the next phase of their education. Outstanding faculty, sophisticated facilities, cutting edge technology and curriculum, extensive discovery and research opportunities, and personalized attention are just some of the wonderful resources and services available to Chico State graduate students. Explore and see for yourself the world of opportunities that awaits you, along with opportunities to work closely with our outstanding faculty and staff at Chico State.
The Office of Graduate Studies serves as the admissions and evaluations office for all graduate students on campus. Graduate Studies receives admissions applications and transcripts, enters graduate students' information in the student record system, coordinates distributions of application forms and information, and processes students' applications for graduation.
The Office of Graduate Studies, working in close collaboration with campus academic programs, is committed to providing quality service in a professional and efficient manner. We look forward to assisting you in achieving your academic goals for graduate study.
E.K. Park, PhD
Dean of Graduate Studies and VP for Research
CSU – Chico
Fall 2013 Graduate Application Deadlines Extended
27th Annual CSU,Chico Student Research Competition was held on Wednesday, March 6
For list of Winners and Runner Ups More...
Master's Commencement Ceremony, May 2013
Are you planning to complete your master’s degree in the spring semester and attend the graduation ceremony May 24, 2013? How do you know if you are eligible to walk? Do you know that space is limited and students must register to participate?