Mission: The associated students of california state university, chico (associated students), provides the students of california state university, chico (csuc), with instructional related and extracurricular programs, a student union facility, a recreational activity facility, instructional text and supplies, and dining services. The associated students performs these services by collecting student enrollment fees and by operating a student store and dining service facilities.
Programs: Wildcat store - provides merchandise and services for the campus of csu, chico. The merchandise selection ranges from chico state imprinted clothing, instructional text, gifts, and supplies to educationally priced computer hardware and software. The wildcat store provides a variety of programs to make textbooks more economical for students in support of the university's academic mission. Dining services - operates all dining facilities on the csu, chico campus including the residential dining, convenience stores, specialty coffee shops and the main retail dining facility on campus. Dining services also provides catering services for a host of campus events, in addition to concessions for the university athletic department.
wildcat recreation center provides recreational facilities to the students of csu, chico including weights, fitness areas, outdoor pool, three gym courts, indoor track, multi-activity court, rock climbing wall, multi-purpose studios for dance, aerobics, yoga & pilates, mixed martial arts and more. Lounge areas, large screen televisions, and wireless access contribute to the social environment of the center. Conference services - coordinates events in a variety of spaces including 12 meeting rooms, the auditorium, the third floor patio, and the art gallery. The facilities are available for use by student organizations and the campus community. Events held in the bmu include banquets, concerts, receptions, conferences, lectures and job fairs. Bell memorial union - provides a student union facility for the students of csu, chico which houses the student store, dining services locations, information services, sustainability and recycling programs, lounges, meeting rooms and the auditorium. Student programming provided includes: concerts, lectures, films, music festivals, comedy shows and other novelty acts.
campus programs - provides co-curricular learning environments and experiences for the students at csu, chico. Kcsc radio is csu, chico's student-owned and operated internet station. The gender & sexuality equity center (gsec) is a student-run activist organization evolved from the feminist ideology that all genders should be equal. Student programming - student generated programming to facilitate, motivate, educate, and celebrate the wide spectrum of clubs and organizations recognized on the csu, chico campus. Students have the ability to approach funding councils with proposals while recognized campus organizations also have the ability to participate in the annual revenue allocation process held during the campus elections. Community programs community action volunteers in education, a volunteer organization coordinated by students offering both educational and volunteer opportunities to csu, chico students focusing on kids and/or adult programs, weekend immersion programs and supports the service learning mission of the campus. Community legal information center, a program in partnership with the political science department, is a collective of csu, chico student staffed legal information and referral projects. Government affairs - the activity fee fund is guided and governed by the eight elected students who comprise the government affairs committee (gac) and, aided by staff support, oversee the extensive net of as councils and student appointments to integral campus committees that collectively demonstrate the objective of shared governance on the csu, chico campus. The elected positions and their various initiatives represent academic and legislative affairs, environmental affairs, community affairs, and multicultural affairs.
child development laboratory (cdl) - the cdl provides low-cost, high quality child care and development services to the children of students, thereby enabling parents to attend csu, chico. The cdl serves infants from eight weeks old through pre-kindergarten aged children. The program maintains a partnership with the child development program and is the official observation lab site for csu, chico. Students are able to enhance their educational experience and knowledge through direct experience, observation, testing and research.