Graduation Initiative

GI Advisory Team


The Chico Graduation Initiative Advisory Team coordinates and advances campus efforts to serve students in making timely progress to a high quality, meaningful undergraduate degree. We do this through intentional and data-driven efforts to improve learning environments and to identify and remove barriers to student success.

The Graduation Initiative Advisory Team is responsible for:

  • Tracking campus progress in achieving first time freshmen 4- and 6-year graduation targets and transfer 2- and 4-year graduation targets and eliminating the graduation gap between historically underserved students (first-generation, low income, and students of color) and their better-resourced counterparts.
  • Establishing annual data-informed strategic priorities and working in cross-campus collaboration to achieve them.
  • Allocating available campus Graduation Initiative funds through a goal-driven and transparent process.
  • Engaging with campus stakeholders and reporting regularly on Graduation Initiative activities and progress.
  • Providing required reports on Graduation Initiative activities and progress to the CSU Chancellor’s Office.


Here you will find documents related to the Chico Graduation Initiative Advisory Team.


The Team will hold open regular meetings. Work groups and subcommittees will hold additional meetings as needed. Agendas for monthly meetings will be prepared by the co-chairs in consultation with the Steering Committee and published in advance on the Graduation Initiative Website, where synopses of meetings will also be posted.

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A group of students at CSU, Chico