Department of Science Education

Learning, Health, and Wellness Resources

Learning Resources

The following links are from the Student Learning Center. For more information visit their homepage(opens in new window).

Ongoing weekly group tutoring by appointment for many lower division general education and pre-major courses. Come to SSC 340 to schedule an appointment. 

Assistance in understanding assignments, getting started, revising drafts, and developing self-editing skills. Available in person or online, weekly or one-time appointments and drop-ins in SSC 340.

Weekly peer-facilitated review sessions for several challenging courses. Students compare notes, discuss readings, develop organizational tools, and predict test items. Drop-ins only.

Math drop-in tutoring available in the Library on the 4th floor 10 am to 7 pm Monday through Thursday. Please see their website for schedule details. 

The CSC² Natural Sciences program offers participating students a variety of services to assist them with navigating college life and natural sciences courses. Services include academic assistance, paid summer undergraduate research opportunities, professional development, employment opportunities, financial aid and scholarship application assistance, peer mentoring, as well as access to the CSC² Natural Sciences Student Study Center. 

Health & Wellness Resources

College can be great, but you can also feel stressed, lonely, or overwhelmed at times. If you are looking for help with a personal problem that is interfering with your academic progress, work life, or general well-being, then you’ve come to the right place. Explore this site to learn more about Chico State's mental health services.

Feeling stressed? Overwhelmed by all you have to do? Or do you just need a quiet place to unwind on campus? Come by the Zen Den right inside of the Counseling and Wellness Center, or visit Zen Den II on the third floor of the Bell Memorial Union to give yourself a moment of peace and relaxation. Both spaces are open weekdays to students, faculty, and staff.

Refresh your mind and body with a nap. Each class will begin with guided breath and relaxation to prepare participants for a twenty-minute rest, followed by a gentle return to the rest of the day. Participants may use mats, blankets and bolsters to get in a comfortable position. Single use eye masks provided.

The Cross-Cultural Leadership Center offers a variety of programs that enhance leadership development, cultural awareness, community education, and the creation of constructive social change.

The Hungry Wildcat Food Pantry provides nutritious food, CalFresh food program assistance and referral services for students experiencing food insecurity (those not having reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food).