New Student Orientation & Transition Programs

Workshop Sessions

*Zoom Links will be active on Jan. 5th for Virtual Orientation*

Check out the following Workshop sessions!

Session will be held from 10:45am - 11:15am.

Finding Your Community

The Cross-Cultural Leadership Center values and respects the richness and understanding that diversity brings. The Center exists to create an environment in which all students, regardless of their ethnicity, culture, or differences, feel respected, connected, and affirmed.

Through a holistic approach of leadership development, cultural awareness, community education, and the creation of a constructive social change, we aspire to create transformational opportunities between and for all people that fosters community engagement.

Campus to Career: How to Maximize Your Experience and Land Your Dream Job!
What are students doing with their free time? Staff from Student Life and Leadership will discuss how students can maximize their time outside of class while managing the realities and risks that accompany their newfound independence. The Career Center staff brings this session home by showing how these choices and opportunities can prepare students for a competitive job market.
University Housing
University Housing provides a setting for students and staff to actively learn, pursue new opportunities, intentionally connect, personally develop, and advance toward lifelong success. Learn about our different living communities, costs, and dining facilities.
Study Abroad & Exchange
Study Abroad & Exchange integrates global opportunities into the academic experience. We believe that every student deserves the opportunity to embark on transformative experiences, whether that may be through a (virtual or in-person) study abroad or study away program. We offer a variety of programs in 200+ locations and 40 different countries, and a plethora of institutions across the U.S.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Office
Please attend our workshop to learn more about financial aid and scholarships. Topics to be covered will include financial aid deadlines, scholarship opportunities, types of aid available, and other resources to help students and families pay for college.
Setting the Stage for Academic Success
The Accessibility Resource Center (ARC) provides accommodations and services for students with disabilities including medical conditions, mental health disabilities, and learning disabilities. The Student Learning Center provides a variety of free learning support services to Chico State students ranging from tutoring, writing support and study skills workshops for classes across the curriculum.
Get Connected with Associated Students FLO!
Your campus experiennce starts here - join First-Year Leadership Opportunity (FLO) to learn how to get connected, engaged, and involved at Chico State!