Campuswide SafetyCalifornia State University, Chico is deeply committed to the safety of its faculty, staff, and students. There are several campus programs designed to promote campuswide safety.
- Campus Card Access
- Most buildings on campus are equipped with card access, which works to provide the highest degree of security possible for our students, faculty, staff, and guests.
- Campus Emergency Response Team (CERT)
- The Campus Emergency Response Team is comprised of faculty, staff, and volunteers who are trained to respond in the event of campus and community emergency situations to augment first responder resources.
- Emergency Notification
- The University can now send notice of on-campus emergency situations to students, faculty, and staff in the event of very serious incidents and dangerous situations that would jeopardize the health and safety of the campus community.
- Emergency Preparedness
- CSU, Chico has a comprehensive Emergency Preparedness and Management Plan (EPMP) outlining campus emergency response and recovery procedures.
Personal Safety Awareness
The University Police Department offers several crime prevention programs and services to assist you. Among these are the Campus Connection, Freshmen Safe Start, R.A.D. Defense Classes, and other crime prevention presentations which are given on an "as needed" basis.
We also post Campus Public Safety Messages as need. You can access these here.
- Alcohol Policy
- Assault & Drugs
- Bicycle Safety
- Hate Crimes
- Heat Safety
- Protect Yourself
- Safety Awareness
- Sexual Assault
For other Campus-related saftey concerns, you can contact the following departments:
Environmental Health & Safety
EH&S is responsible for the health and safety programs at CSU, Chico, from accident investigation to water quality. Follow the link below for more information, including training materials and courses.
On the Risk Management website, you can find information about insurance requirements for vendors, campus insurance programs, guidelines for accident procedures and academic off-campus activities, risk management forms, and other subjects associated with minimizing losses.