University Housing

Shasta and Lassen Halls

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Address & Map Location  

Shasta Hall
551 Citrus Ave, Chico, Ca 95926
530-898-5291


Lassen Hall
501 Citrus Ave, Chico, Ca 95926
530-898-6187

Want to send mail to your student?

Please see the University Housing addresses for each hall. Below is an example of how to address your student’s mail:

Shasta Hall
(Student Name)
Shasta Hall-Room #
551 Citrus Ave.
Chico, CA 95926-4570

Lassen Hall
(Student Name)
Lassen Hall-Room #
551 Citrus Ave.
Chico, CA 95926-4570

Floor Plans and Fast Facts

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  • Fast Facts - Shasta and Lassen Halls
    • Commonly known as SNL
    • Oldest residence halls on campus, standing strong since 1958
    • Each residence hall houses 210 students with a total of 420 in the SNL community
    • Both residence halls contain double rooms
    • 5 Resident Advisors
    • 1 Sutter, Shasta and Lassen Hall Residence Conduct Coordinator
    • 1 Sutter, Shasta and Lassen Hall Residence Life Coordinator
    • Amenities include

      • A game room/lounge area with a TV
      • Communal kitchen
      • A study lounge
      • Shared volleyball area and grass area, great for picnicking, slacklining, hanging a hammock, sports or relaxing with friends
    • Don't miss out on residence life events held out on the lawn!
    • Lassen Hall is a mixed-gender community. The first floor wings are separated by men and women, with the men’s restroom on the men’s wing and the women’s restroom on the women’s wing. The second and third floors have mixed genders on the floor, with a men's and women’s restroom on one side of the floor.
    • Shasta Hall is a mixed-gender community. The first floor wings are separated by men and women, with the men’s restroom on the men’s wing and the women’s restroom on the women’s wing. The second and third floors have mixed genders on the floor, with a men's and women’s restroom on one side of the floor.

All Residential Halls Include:

  • Study lounges
  • Free cloud printers
  • Laundry facilities
  • 24‑hour on‑call professional staff

Why Choose Shasta/Lassen?

  • Closest to academic buildings.
  • Smaller wings allow you to get to know a small group of people.
  • Large study and game lounge.
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
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Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
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Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom
Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
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Shasta/Lassen Bathroom and Shower
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room
Shasta/Lassen Double Room

Shasta and Lassen Staff

Kaylee

Kaylee McAllister-Knutson
Residence Conduct Coordinator
530-898-6325
kdmcallister@csuchico.edu 

Kaylee McAllister-Knutson has been working with students for over five years and enjoys providing students with leadership education opportunities to assist them through their time on campus. She received her Bachelors of Arts in Sociology and Bachelors of Arts in Women’s Studies from Western Illinois University and her Masters of Education in Higher Education Administration from Texas Tech University. Kaylee first joined the wildcat family in 2015 as the ACUHO-I Intern for University Housing and has worked as a Residence Conduct Coordinator since 2019 in Shasta, Lassen, and Sutter Halls. She enjoys assisting students and strives to support them in any way she can.

Tim Samuel RLC

Tim Samuel
Residence Life Coordinator
530-898-6325
tsamuel1@csuchico.edu

Tim Samuel has been working in higher education for about 4 years when he discovered that truly enjoys working with students and making an impact in their lives. He earned a Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration and a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Recreation & Event Management with a minor in Communication from CMU. Throughout his time in college, he had the privilege of: being a Multicultural Advancement Scholar, Resident Assistant for 3 years, Hall Council President, completed the Disney College Program, and joined Pi Kappa Phi where he met his lifelong group of brothers.

In his previous role with Central Michigan University (CMU), he served as a Residence Hall Director overseeing 1-2 residence halls housing the transfer and teacher’s residential communities. He has also held positions in Student Account Services & University Billing and Catering & Concessions. So what made him want to continue working in Residence Life? For him, it’s all about inspiration. Working in Residence Life, you are there to inspire and help guide students’ lives, but many times you’ll find that your students are the ones inspiring you. How many students can say that each day during college they get to help someone learn and grow—and be equally inspired in return?

He knows that his college experience wouldn't have been the same without all the amazing people he met through Residence Life: fellow RAs, residents, professional staff, and mentors along the way. He is excited to join the Wildcats community this year and to work closely with the students and staff on campus.