CSU Employees Union

CSUEU Chico Chapter 302

Camp Fire Disaster Update:

We are heartbroken to share the news that the Camp Fire has decimated 90,000 acres in the Paradise area; consequently destroying the homes of so many families, some of which happen to be our very own union brothers and sisters. In times of darkness when there is no end in sight it is our union family that steps up and welcomes those affected into our homes with open arms and a soft shoulder to cry on. We stand united as always and are at the ready to help out wherever we can. Union Family, Union Strong.

For those affected by this disaster, CSEA, our parent organization has a disaster relief fund available to members. Please go to www.unionplus.org and click on the "Assistance" tab. 

For those that would like to donate to local relief funds, please see below:

  • The United Way of Northern California has set up a relief fund for victims. Go to https://bit.ly/2OzNUer to donate, or by texting "BUTTEFIRE" to 91999
  • The North Valley Community Foundation is accepting financial donations to help fund services for victims. To donate, go to https://bit.ly/2T1cZT1
  • The SEIU Disaster Relief Fund is currently accepting donations and applications for relief. Please consider making a donation so we can help our brothers and sisters during these trying times, http://www.seiuca.org/disaster-relief/

For those in area that can host an evacuee: 


Our purpose is to maintain the highest possible quality of life of all our members and their families by negotiating a strong living wage, augmented by employer and union benefits. 

Our focus is protecting, maintaining and enhancing wages, hours and working conditions for our bargaining units and represented members. 

Our vision is a time when education becomes such a high statewide priority that funds are generously allocated in each year’s state budget for the CSU to fulfill its loftiest educational goals while providing its staff with consistently excellent salaries and benefits, all for the betterment of California’s future.