University/College Resources

Please Note: All resource information has been confirmed by Butte-Glenn 2-1-1 Staff. However, resource information is subject to change based on the availability, capacity, and discretion of the resource provider. Please consider checking in with providers ahead of time to ensure availability of services.

California State University ChicoThe Wildcat Food Pantry- **COVID-19 Update- The Wildcat food pantry is open and offering grab-and-go bags Monday-Thursday from 11am-2pm. If you are a student, alumni, faculty, or staff who needs food before or after available hours, call 530-898-4098 or 530-898-4097 to schedule an appointment to pick up food. Offering food support or basic needs assistance to Chico State students, alumni, faculty, and staff with a Wildcat ID card.  Available to currently enrolled Chico State students, alumni, faculty, staff and their families. Must show Wildcat ID card during first visit. For all visits after their first, individuals may show their Wildcat ID or provide student or staff ID number to receive service. Open Monday-Thursday from 11am-2pm. Students, alumni, faculty, and staff are encouraged to stop by SSC 196 (on Chico State Campus)  if they need food support or any basic needs assistance. 

California State University ChicoReplacement Diplomas- CSU, Chico will waive the replacement diploma fees for former (graduated) students who are Camp Fire survivors. This includes both bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Students should complete the appropriate reorder form and indicate the reason for the replacement so there is a record of why they are waiving the fee. There is no official space to write the reason for replacement on the form. Students may write the reason in the blank area near the top of the form.

 Wildcats Rise- Offering allocated financial resources to those directly impacted by the Camp Fire that were students, faculty, and staff of the university. Additionally, the Wildcats Rise Facebook Group has been established as a place for those in the university community to engage and connect in the aftermath of the fire. 

The Roadrunner Rise: Camp Fire Emergency Assistance Grant- Butte College- Providing assistance to qualifying students who were directly or indirectly affected by the 2018 Camp Fire. The grant can cover tuition/fees, school materials, transportation, housing, utilities, food and/or child care assistance. Eligibility requirements include the following:

  • Be a US Citizen or eligible non-citizen.
  • Submit the 19-20 and/or 20-21 FAFSA Application.
  • Be currently enrolled at Butte College.
  • Provide documentation that outlines damages or losses caused by the 2018 Camp Fire. (This includes FEMA, Insurance Claim, Red Cross, Cal Fire and/or Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (D-SNAP) Documentation. Other documentation will be considered on a case-by-case basis. If you aren’t sure what documentation to submit, please email a Case Manager at campfireinfo@butte.edu)

Individuals may be required to provide additional documentation that shows the applicant resided in a 2018 Camp Fire affected area of Butte County.  Students interested in applying for the Camp Fire Emergency Grant must submit an application and attach all requested information and supporting documentation. Once a student submits an application, they will receive an email confirmation. Within seven business days, a Case Manager will review their application and reach out.