College of Communication & Education

Campus Resources

Campus has many resources available to students to not only help them with their online learning, but to also provide them with resources and tools for their financial and psychological well being.

Please see the resources and departments listed below.

If you have any questions, please contact the College of Communication and Education at

  • Accessibility Resource Center
    The Accessibility Resource Center works with staff, faculty, students, administrators, and community members to ensure that all aspects of campus life— learning, working, and living— are universally accessible. 
  • Chico State Basic Needs Project
    The Chico State Basic Needs is a collaborative effort of campus and community-based programs with the goal to improve student success through the provision of supplemental food, nutritious meals, CalFresh USDA SNAP food benefit assistance, research-based education, emergency housing, emergency grants and referral services for students experiencing food insecurity, hunger, displacement, homelessness and poverty.
  • Keep Learning
    The Keep Learning support team works with you to ensure your online technical support needs are met. The team is dedicated and available to assist all students during this period of online transition. Their purpose is to provide you with the assistance needed to be successful in your coursework through training, service and education
  • Keep Engaging
    Chico State strives to create an environment in which all students are encouraged and supported in the development of positive social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and leadership programs and activities.
  • Keep Playing
    Keep Playing is your starting point to connect with the many virtual recreation opportunities available to you through Campus Recreation.
  • Financial Aid & Scholarship Office
    The Financial Aid & Scholarship Office at Chico State helps students apply for financial aid, complete verification and maintain eligibility.
  • IT Support Services
    IT Support Services (ITSS) provides comprehensive technology support to the CSU, Chico community: faculty, staff, students, and others associated with the university.
  • Meriam Library Online Research Resources
    The Library supports the University’s education, research, and public service missions by providing access to and preservation of physical and digital materials; spaces and tools that allow collaborative and individual learning; and expertise to help the communities we serve connect to, engage with, and contribute to the world of knowledge and new ideas.
  • Office of Accessible Technology Services
    The Office of Accessible Technology and Services (OATS) works with staff, faculty, students, administrators, and community members to ensure that Section 504 and 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act and CSU ATI standards are met in all aspects of the university.
  • Off-Campus Student Services
    Off-Campus Student Services serves as a resource to students who live off campus and was created to assist in providing an effective bridge between Chico State and the City of Chico.
  • Academic Advising Programs
    The Academic Advising Center can help students with major and minor exploration, undeclared major advising, general education course planning, understanding graduation requirements, GPA advising (including Academic Probation), navigating policies, requirements, and other opportunities.
  • Chico State Career Center
    The career center is there to help students with a variety of tasks that include resume reviews, questions about interviews/salary negotiation, internship placements, or help finding resources for your job search or grad school.
  • Counseling & Wellness Center
    The Counseling Center offers free counseling services to regularly enrolled Chico State students.
  • WellCat Health Center
    The mission of Student Health Service is to assist each student with their diverse healthcare needs in order to facilitate maximum academic and personal growth.
    This is your confidential space to own your well-being. From mental and physical health, to friendships and finding balance. It’s all here.
  • Chico State COVID-19 News & Information
    The University is in regular contact with the Butte County Public Health Department(opens in new window) (BCPHD), and has protocols in place with them to ensure quick and decisive communication and action as needed. Please visit this site for up-to-date and accurate information.