If you have comments or suggestions for additional resources, please contact us at CommunityResource@csuchico.edu. We will continue to update this guide with appropriate resources in response to the needs of our community.
CSU, Chico Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching
CSU, Chico 's CELT program was established in the fall of 1994 to enhance student learning as recommended by the Presidential Task Force Reports. A group of core faculty members, dedicated to teaching and responding to the concerns of their colleagues, met that year to craft a mission statement for CELT. In the fall of 1995, CELT held its first annual teaching conference. Today, CELT continues to support and recognize CSU, Chico faculty, departments, and campus programs.
CSU, Chico Institutional Research
Our office provides the University with the best possible factual data related to university functions. Institutional Research maintains a large database of historical and current facts about the University: applications, enrollments, degrees granted, demographics, test scores, grades, courses, and outcomes. Institutional Research also provides services for assisting other campus units in conducting assessments of their programs and technical support in data analysis and reporting.
CSU, Chico Office of Faculty Affairs
The Faculty Affairs Office at CSU Chico values faculty as the source of inspiration and knowledge that characterizes the excellent learning environment of our institution. Our Office is committed to supporting faculty from the moment of engagement to the final farewell.
Recommendations for School Administrators, Educators, Counselors, and Undocumented Students
At My Undocumented Life blog, we have identified steps that schools and universities can take to support undocumented students.
According to the nearly 10,000 educators who responded to our election surveys (one administered during the primary season and the other after the election), the campaign and its results: elicited fear and anxiety among children of color, immigrants and Muslims; emboldened students to mimic the words and tones of candidates and pundits; and disrupted opportunities to teach effectively about political campaigns and civic engagement.
What Educators Can Do to Support Undocumented Students
A comprehensive guide for how educators can support undocumented students. Continuously updated.
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