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Coronavirus/COVID-19 Information

Student Resources

The University is open for business and here to support your success. 

We've collected some information and resources specific to the COVID-19 situation, but if you have questions about a specific campus department or service, we recommend visiting their website directly for current information.

Find more information about the pending vaccine requirement.

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Fall 2021 Courses

A majority of course sections scheduled for fall 2021 are fully in-person or include in-person components. The fall 2021 class schedule is now available to check class modalities for specific courses.

We are also offering as many in-person student activities and support for this fall as allowed by COVID-19 conditions, with the goal of providing a full college experience regardless of in-person class options. This may include student organization meetings, events, athletics, outdoor gatherings, study spaces, and more.

Student Services

All campus departments are open for in-person student support, though some services continue to be offered virtually. Check department websites for the most up-to-date information on how to access their services. (Note: some offices have limited hours during the summer and will resume normal business hours August 16.)

Emergency Financial Aid Grants

The US government has provided emergency funding to colleges and universities through the Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. A significant portion was allocated specifically for emergency financial aid grants to students, in addition to assisting with the institutional costs of responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The University has distributed more than $24 million in direct grants to students through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act and Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations (CRRSA) Act.

Learn more about Chico State's distribution of COVID-19 federal financial aid programs.

Keep Learning

The Keep Learning website is a one-stop-shop with everything students need for a successful semester, including advice from experienced distance learners. The site provides students tips, best practices, and resources for online learning. You can also get to know the software being used in your courses and the many free tools available to you.

The Keep Learning support team is available to answer questions and teach you how to use these online tools. Please make use of this great resource!

Keep Learning

Keep Engaging

The Keep Engaging hub is your link to student activities and opportunities to connect with fellow Wildcats. Even as we learn virtually, students are encouraged and supported in developing positive social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, and leadership programs and activities.

Keep Engaging

Technology Support

  • IT Support Services will provide comprehensive technology support, including laptop loans and virtual technology assistance. 
  • The Office of Accessible Technology Services offers all students online access to a staff member during normal business hours Monday–Friday via email at Students with questions on inclusive technology or who need assistance setting up technology accommodations are encouraged to reach out.
  • If you do not have off-campus access to the Internet, resources are available.