Gus Manolis Bridge | CSU, Chico Campus

Located between Selvester’s Café and Holt Hall, the bridge was dedicated in 1961 in memory of Gus Manolis, a Chico State football coach who died while searching for a boy scout lost in the mountains. In 2014, a falling tree knocked out a portion of the bridge. In November 2015, President Zingg and the Manolis family re-opened a newly constructed bridge.

Fix a Flat Day!

During the spring semester, Summer Session sponsors an annual Fix a Flat Day, a sustainability event that provides free bike flat repair for students, faculty and staff through the Associated Students Bike Cart. Since 2013, more than 250 flat tires have been repaired, allowing students, faculty and staff an opportunity to get their bikes back on the road for free.


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Be Part of the Chico Experience

Whether you’re looking to earn a degree, for professional development, or to learn for the love of learning, we invite you to explore our current programs in the categories above and take a look at some of what’s happening at Chico State.

Chico State Summer Session ~ More than 150 online and on campus courses available. Open to all. Registration is now open. Check out the schedule and make your summer plans today. Summer Session…a great way to finish your degree!

Chico Distance & Online Education
~ Are you trying to finish your degree? Live at a distance and can’t attend the University in Chico? For more than 40 years CSU, Chico has provided distance education degree completion programs.

Open University ~ Do you want to take a University course but are not currently admitted to the University? Left Chico without finishing your degree? Discover Open University. Access to University on-campus and online courses on a space-available basis.

American Language and Culture Institute ~ ALCI Chico, the intensive English language program on the Chico State campus, is celebrating 36 years of service and international friendships! Join us in welcoming our new students!


2017 Northern California Autism Symposium, September 29