University Housing

The Hub

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About The Hub

The Hub is a common space at University Housing where residents can gather with friends, study, watch TV and movies, grab a snack and can play video games. There are two locations, one in Sutter Courtyard and another at University Village.

There are a lot of games in the Hub – from Chess to Cards Against Humanity. We have a microwave if you want to heat up your lunch and a tv to catch a show between classes. We have office supplies and a printer if you are running late to class!

The Hub offers a lot of free events – from our Crafty Cats program for residents and their friends to make fun crafts to our Friday ‘Late Night in the Hub’ events. FREE FOOD is often included in Hub programs.

The Hub at Sutter Courtyard

Monday- Thursday- 8am-10pm

Friday- 8am-12am

Saturday- 2pm-12am

Sunday- 2pm-10pm

The Hub at University Village

Sunday-Thursday- 7am-12pm

Friday-Saturday- 7am-2am

Learn More

To learn more about what is happening in the Hub and how to get involved, check out the Flush or UV Daily News in your restroom or lobby to learn more.

Also check out our Instagram to learn more about events and opportunities through @thehubchicostate. Also check out Flickr, our photo sharing website, where you can see what fun events you might get to participate in- Chico State University Housing photos.

Events for September 2022

The HUB Staff     

Chris Flores, Hub Coordinator                                                

Chris Flores

HUB Program Coordinator

530-898-5168                                                     

cflores18@csuchico.edu

Chris (he/him) was born and raised in the Bay Area and is excited to call Chico home. He attended UCLA where he received his Bachelor’s in Political Science. During his time at UCLA, Chris was a Hall Government member, involved in RHA and Student Government, and was a Resident Assistant. Because of those involvements, Chris became passionate about higher education and helping students and he went on to get his Masters in College Student Development from Oklahoma State University. After graduate school, Chris moved to New Mexico where he worked as a Resident Director at New Mexico State. Chris finally returned home to California where he worked at UC Santa Cruz as a Coordinator for Residential Education before coming to Chico State to be the Hub Programs Coordinator.

Chris has a passion for developing leadership and engagement opportunities for students and helping students with their growth as student leaders. Outside of work you can find Chris enjoying the occasional Trivia Night, at the movies, trying out restaurants, or exploring everything Chico has to offer!