Staff Academic Award
Designed to assist a staff employee who is furthering his or her educational goals. To be eligible, employees must be currently enrolled at an accredited institution of higher education. Award(s) are presented at the beginning of the spring semester and fall semesters. Award value is $300. Staff Council is currently accepting applications for our Fall 2013 Award, please access the application here.
Congratulations to Perla Smith, from Wildcat Recreation Center- this year's Staff Academic Award winner for Spring 2013! When you see Perla, give her a big congratulations! A special thank you to the Vice President for Business Affairs, Lorraine Hoffman, whose donation enabled Staff Council to increase the spring award to $500!
Staff Employee of the Year Award
This esteemed award is presented to a staff employee of CSU, Chico for his or her outstanding service. Nominees must be a nonacademic, state, Research Foundation, University Foundation or Associated Student employee working at least half-time or greater. Award recipients are chosen based on personal contributions to the campus, their relationships with people and University-wide service. Past Staff Employee of the Year List 1974-2012.
The 2012 Staff Employee of the Year award was presented at the annual Spring Awards Luncheon, on April 11, 2013.
Congratulations Carol Rudolph of Accounting Operations - CSU, Chico's 2012 Staff Employee of the Year!
Distinguished Retired Staff Award
Conferred to a retired or retiring staff member of the university who has contributed significantly to CSU, Chico. The award recipient is chosen based on his or her University-wide service as well as community service. This award was discontinued in 2013.
Congratulations, Terry Battle, recipient of the 2010-2011 Distinguished Retired Staff Award.
Staff Suggestion Merit Award
This award has been established to acknowledge outstanding suggestions submitted by staff members. Staff Council recognizes these individuals on a a semester basis with an award of $100. The suggestions are reviewed for their benefit to the university based on the intrinsic value of time, money, energy or safety that could be achieved.