Center for Mathematics and Science Education

Other Field Trips

Due to COVID-19, our University operations and services are limited and field trips are not being offered in Fall 2020. During a typical academic year, CSU, Chico offers a variety of options available for school field trips to campus, including:

Anthropology Museum

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Gateway Science Museum

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Explorer fieldtrips are a unique museum opportunity ONLY available to 4th through 6th grade classes. Students will be guided by CSU, Chico Science Education students in hands-on activities related to the current exhibits.

Chico Performances Field Trip Series

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Chico Performances Field Trip Series presents a wide range of culturally diverse performers to captivate children with the magic of live performance.  Visit the website for schedules, guidelines, school bus drop-off map, and the Lois C. Adams Adopt a Class Program.

Janet Turner Print Collection and Gallery

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Hours:  Monday - Friday, 11:00 am to 4:00 pm, and by special arrangement September through May.

The museum gallery is located on the mezzanine floor of the historic Lason Auditorium, 1st and Salem Streets.  Additional prints are also on display in the Ayres Hall first floor cases, which are located directly behind the auditorium.

The museum was established in 1981 with an initial generous gift of more than 2,000 prints from the late CSU, Chico faculty member Dr. Janet Turner.  Turner, an internationally known printmaker and educator, felt students should have the opportunity to learn from and be inspired by original art.