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Graduate Studies

Office of Graduate Studies

*Culminating Activity Deadline has been extended to December 19th

Due to the impact of the Camp Fire, a new deadline of December 19th has been set for Fall 2018 master's candidates to complete the culminating activities required for their programs and to submit their approved and formatted master's thesis or project to the Office of Graduate Studies. All signed Final Progress Sheets confirming completion of the culminating activity should also be submitted to the office by this date. Final Progress Sheets can be ordered by calling the Office of Graduate Studies at 530-898-6880. More Camp Fire Information for Chico State is available here.

The campus is closed this week, but the Office of Graduate Studies will be open and staff will be back on duty next Monday, November 19.

Office of Graduate Studies Mission

The mission of the Office of Graduate Studies is to provide effective advocacy and high quality support services for graduate students, faculty, and programs that advance a culture of academic excellence that embraces inclusion and diversity to prepare ethical, broadminded, critical and innovative thinkers who have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to be leaders in their fields and to make significant contributions locally, regionally, and globally.

Announcements

Fall 2019 Graduate School Admissions
The Office of Graduate Studies will accept applications from eligible graduate, credential and certificate applicants beginning October 1, 2018 for fall 2019 admissions.  Please review our list of Programs and Coordinators for an overview of the admission requirements.  The application deadlines vary by program.  Carefully review our list of Important Dates & Deadlines to ensure all application material is submitted accordingly.

Applicants must apply on-line at www.calstate.edu/app.  Application and admission questions should be directed to the Office of Graduate Studies at 530-898-6880 or via email at graduatestudies@csuchico.edu. 

Application deadlines may vary for International applicants.  All admission and application questions should be directed to International Student Services at 530-898-5415 or email iss@csuchico.edu.

Spring 2019 Graduate School Admissions

The Office of Graduate Studies has extended the spring 2019 application deadlines for the following programs:

  • Conditionally Classified Credential – December  3, 2018
  • Recreation (MA) – December  3, 2018
  • Teaching International Languages (MA) / TESOL Graduate Certificate – December  3, 2018

Applicants must apply on-line at www.calstate.edu/app.  Application and admission questions should be directed to the Office of Graduate Studies at 530-898-6880 or via email at graduatestudies@csuchico.edu.  The deadline for International students was October 1, 2018.  All questions should be directed to International Student Services at 530-898-5415 or email iss@csuchico.edu.

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