The state governor signed into legislation the Affirmative Consent Standard which defines if and when consent was given when investigating a sexual assault crime.
Faculty are upset about issues going on with programs used to connect distance education students to classrooms. The Technology Learning Program is trying to solve the problems.
The college's student loan default rate is third lowest among California State Universities. The Department of Education introduced new financial aid tools to help students pay back their loans.
The Academic Senate approved a resolution requesting that the Chancellor's office step in to help recuperate trust between Chico State faculty and their administrators in Kendall Hall.
The cause of the fall has yet to be determined. Campus officials will do an inspection in the upcoming days to determine how to remove the tree.
The commencement committee has finalized dates for graduation ceremonies for the 2014-2015 school year. Three separate days are set to hold different college graduations on each day.
The Associated Students is finding other ways to give its employees bookstore discounts after deciding to discontinue their rewards system. Last year, the A.S. spent more than $17,000 out of its own revenue on employee discounts.