University Staff Development Programs

Our mission is to enhance the current and future organizational effectiveness of the university by assessing, prioritizing, recommending and promoting staff development.  We support the professional and personal development programs that invest in the University’s most valuable resource, its people.


  • Cultivate the University’s workforce and the organizational culture through professional development programs;
  • Assist employees who choose to seek career opportunities or advancement in developing their interpersonal, supervisory, and managerial skills:
  • Improve the quality of work life and job satisfaction for employees;
  • Increase effectiveness, efficiency, and productivity in the workplace.

Guiding Principles

  • Contribute to the University's Strategic Plan, specifically Strategic Priority #2, which states, “Believing in the importance of faculty and staff, and their role in student success, we will continue to invest in faculty and staff development."
  • Conceptualize, design and present training programs that will motivate, challenge, strengthen and enlighten staff and to align professional skills with organizational needs.
  • Promote teamwork.  The University relies on the cooperative efforts of everyone, which requires employees to work together, solve problems, share successes, and create new visions.
  • Improve key interpersonal skills including communication, problem solving and conflict resolution skills.
  • Enhance workforce/organizational flexibility.  Promote and support change and assist individual and departments as they adapt to change.
  • Support and encourage participation in CSU systemwide training and conferences.
  • Support open communication, involvement, empowerment, and recognition of excellence.


Desktop Training Available

Desktop Training is available for faculty and staff from IT Support Services (ITSS).



Caregiver Support Group

Next Session: 5/10/2016 (Tues) 12-1PM
in Student Services Center 122
Support Group will not meet in June or July

Individuals are invited to meet with Passages staff to explore resources and options. Nancy Khanchandani, BSW, is available for appointments at 25 Main Street, Room 202. You may call Passages at (530) 898-5228 or 800-995-0878 to make an appointment or simply ask questions. More...

PeopleSoft Class Scheduling

Cancelled - Postponed to later date More...

Schedule Build Process

4/28/2016 (Thursday) 9-10:30AM More...

Astra for Room Availability

05/11/2016 (Thursday) 8:30-9:30AM More...

Course and University Curriculum Process Steps

05/12/2016 (Thursday) 9-11AM More...