Please note that if you were disqualified from CSU, Chico, you must 1) apply for readmission to the University and 2) formally to the University. Appeals for Reinstatement are sent to the Academic Advising Office. You must be reinstated before your application for admission will be processed.
If you are a returning student seeking admission after an absence of more than one semester, you must file an application for admission and a $55 fee to reactivate your student record. However, if you have been away from the University for only one semester, you are exempt from paying the application fee, unless academic work was taken during your absence from Chico at another collegiate institution. If you have been absent from the University on an approved Planned Educational Leave (PEL), you are not required to file an application for readmission or pay the $55 fee. For further information on educational leaves, see "Planned Educational Leave" in the section. If you are not on a PEL, please visit the Office of Admissions website for further information.
Impaction Criteria: CSU, Chico is an impacted campus for upper-division transfer students. In addition to meeting the general CSU transfer admission requirements, students from outside of our local admission area may be held to a higher GPA requirement. This GPA will be decided based on the characteristics of the applicant pool.
The 60 units must include at least 30 units of courses, which meet CSU general education requirement including all of the general education requirements in communication in the English language (both oral and written) and critical thinking and the requirement in mathematics/quantitative reasoning (usually 3 semester units) OR the Intersegmental General Education Transfer Curriculum (IGETC) requirements in English communication and mathematical concepts and quantitative reasoning.
CSU, Chico may provisionally or conditionally admit transfer applicants based on their academic preparation and courses planned for completion. The campus will monitor the final terms to ensure that those admitted complete all required courses satisfactorily. All accepted applicants are required to submit an official transcript of all college level work completed. Campuses may rescind admission for any student who is found not to be eligible after the final transcript has been evaluated. In no case may such documents be received and validated by the university any later than a student’s registration for their second term of CSU enrollment.
1261 et seq.) respectively, when subject to a consumer product safety standard or labeling requirement of those Acts, or regulations issued under those Acts by the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
At the time of application, candidates must have obtained a minimum of 500* hours of Patient Care Experience, either as a volunteer or in a paid position. Patient Care Experience is defined as work in which you are directly responsible for a patient's care. Examples include prescribing medications, performing procedures, directing a course of treatment, working as an EMT, etc. Preference will be given to candidates who have obtained 1,000 or greater Patient Care Experience hours. Having this experience provides an applicant with the opportunity to observe and learn about the various roles of the health care team, ensures that an applicant has an understanding of, and commitment to working with patients, and provides a foundation of medical knowledge and experience to build upon.
A "D" grade in English, history/social science, laboratory science (except chemistry), or visual and performing arts cannot be validated by subsequent coursework. The course must be repeated.
High priority subsurface installations are high pressure natural gas pipelines with normal operating pressures greater than 415 kPA gauge (60 p.s.i.g.), petroleum pipelines, pressurized sewage pipelines, conductors or cables that have a potential to ground of 60,000 volts or more, or hazardous materials pipelines that are potentially hazardous to employees, or the public, if damaged.
A grade of "C" or higher in Algebra II validates Algebra I. A grade of "C" or higher in the second semester of a yearlong course will validate a "D" or "F" in the first semester. A grade of "C" or higher in a higher-level math course (i.e., trigonometry or pre-calculus) validates the entire high school college preparatory requirement. Successful completion of a statistics course will validate Algebra I and Algebra II, but will not validate Geometry. Integrated mathematics courses may also validate prior coursework. For more information, see the FAQ provided on the .
This link provides information about the CAHSEE. Education Code Section 60851 suspends the CAHSEE requirement through the 2017–18 school year.
Persons who complete a training program in accordance with the requirements of Section 1509, Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), that meets the minimum training guidelines and practices of the Common Ground Alliance (CGA) Best Practices, Version 3.0, published March 2006, or the standards of the National Utility Locating Contractors Association (NULCA), Standard 101: Professional Competence Standards for Locating Technicians, 2001, First Edition, which are incorporated by reference, shall be deemed qualified for the purpose of this section.
It is a violation of Labor Code sections 6310, 6311, and 6312 to discharge or discriminate in any other manner against employees for exercising their rights under this or any other provision offering occupational safety and health protection to employees.