California State University - Chico
- 4 Year
- CHICO, CA
California State University - Chico Reviews
Rating 3.72 out of 5 2,498 reviews
I love all of my professors. They're all trying to help me succeed and give me the resources to do so.
The campus is gorgeous and the vibe here is excellent! I felt safe here the entire time and the food scene here is rockin'!
The campus is very beautiful, especially in the fall, and the staff I've had the pleasure of meeting are very amazing and so helpful. Whether it's personal or educational inquiries, the staff are very willing to help in any way to give you a satisfying answer.
I am in my senior year at Chico State and this is the first year where I am actually getting involved and knowing my campus. I have made a lot more connections and I am excited to be graduating in the spring. I am also looking forward to doing my independent study in Spain this winter break.
What I like about California State University Chico is how diverse and welcoming it is to all races, sexuality’s, self-expression, etc! The campus is also very friendly and beautiful with green scenery everywhere. The campus is a good size, not too big and not too small. It feels like home, a community. I definitely recommend this school for anyone looking for a four year degree or masters program!
I love Chico state. The professors are amazing, really professional but understanding of a students busy and stressful life. They still have high expectations, but I feel safe and supported in my classes. I can’t even say how much I’ve learned and grown here. I highly recommend this university.
Chico is a vibrant small town with excellent weather and an enthusiastic and passionate student body.
I am a freshman at Chico State as well as being on the track team, I have been taking part in student life around campus. It is a great and scenic atmosphere, with really helpful professors and active student life. The dinning hall food is good, and there are multiple options for healthy food on campus. The expenses are manageable, housing is a little bit pricey.
The reason I chose Chico in the first place is because how green and beautiful the campus is. Half of the time it doesnt feel like your at school it feels like your walking through nature. Also I love how diverse and small it is compared to other CSU's.
I love the faculty of the Political Science Department at Chico State. They are so helpful and willing to assist in any area of your life -- even post-graduate. They are on top of it, sending out scholarships, fellowships, and intern opportunities to students. The education is comprehensive and student driven, you choose how much you participate. You can immerse yourself deeply if you wish. It is a tight knit community. Job opportunities in your desired field are plentiful. The campus is beautiful, the people are kind, they are flexible. It is really easy to achieve an amazing education, you have a wonderful support system. There are tons of clubs and community events to participate it. They have great speakers, theatrical shows, seminars. Rent is cheap. There is plenty to do. The community of Chico is encouraging and amazing. The homeless problem and crime rate is the only thing hindering this town.
The Professor are there when you need them. Great place to meet new people and have fun. Many clubs and activities out there. Provide resources for student in need like tutoring and writing.
At Chico State, I first experienced the amazing support services and resources through attending the EOP Summer Bridge program. There, I met several people that were committed to helping understand the college experience through several workshops, and helping us set up our classes. I also met friends I still hang out with and talk to regularly. Also, through my University 101 class, I have learned about many programs on campus committed to promoting student success and belonging through their Be a Wildcat missions. The people at every resource I have talked to have been friendly and supportive. There are a variety of clubs and activities for students from all backgrounds, programs to promote student health and wellness, and several workshops that help students develop academic, personal, and professional skills. There is not a thing I would change about Chico State, I only hope that this university continues its progress to provide an education and support diverse groups of students.
The campus isn't too big and is easy to get around. There are places where you can put your bike by almost every building. It's easy to find the buildings. There are coffee shops and small convenience store, as well as a place you can eat without needing a meal plan around campus. A thing I don't like is the heat but thats because I prefer the cold. Although I don't like the weather, the college itself is really good. The staff are great in helping you decide which path to take for achieving your career goal. So far my professors have been great. They are friendly and flexible about assignments.
Chico States campus is gorgeous. The staff is super friendly and always available to help! Parking is a challenge so be prepared for that. The class room environment is friendly.
Since I've been here, I've loved the school. The scenery is so pretty and unique. My professors and classes are amazing and I couldn't ask for a better school to come too.
CSU Chico is a well diverse school with lots of greenery and has the good academic achievements with a student population ranging from out of state and study abroad programs for everyone. The downtown area is close by to the school and how much it is to explore and be familiar and experience new city.
Chico is a nice small town that is in Butte county. Chico state is a great campus, especially if you like nature and studying in silence under a tree. There are many helpful resources, such as the food pantry, ARC, CSSC center and many more. Most of the professors accommodate to your needs if you just talk to them in advance and let them know what’s going on. Some dorms are loud and some are quiet which is a good thing. There are several shops on campus where you can buy snacks, coffee, teas, and materials.