SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 20189 a.m.–2 p.m.OFFICIAL WELCOME9–9:30 a.m. & 9:45–10:15 a.m.Harlen Adams Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Room 144Welcome from Director of Admissions Kim Guanzon and programintroduction by Dean of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts Dr.Tracy Butts and friends.Please finish your food or drink before entering the theatre.INFORMATION FAIR10 a.m.–1 p.m., Bell Memorial Union Auditorium(See map of tables on page 15.)All academic departments and student support services will be availableto answer all your questions about Chico State. Grab your red bag and goby each table to meet faculty, staff, and students ready to help you seewhy Chico State is the best choice.CHICO STATE WILDCAT STORE(Extended hours for Chico Preview Day weekend!)Friday, October 19: 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.Saturday, October 20: 8 a.m.–4 p.m.Sunday, October 21: 12–4 p.m.

TABLE OF CONTENTSOfficial Welcome1Information Fair1Wildcat Store Hours1Tours3Workshops & Activities4College of Agriculture5College of Business5College of Behaviorial & Social Sciences6College of Communication & Education7College of Engineering, Computer Science, & Construction Management8–9College of Humanities & Fine Arts10College of Natural Sciences11Campus Calendar (October 19–21)12Notes Page13Maker Tour14Information Fair Map15Campus Map16BELL MEMORIAL UNION DINING HOURS(Hours for Saturday, October 20, 2018)Common Grounds: 11 a.m.–2 p.m.Marketplace Café: 11 a.m.–2 p.m.Urban Roots: 11 a.m.–2 p.m.2

TOURSCampus ToursUniversity Housing GuidedTours8:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m., Campus tour canopy atTrinity Commons10 a.m.–1:45 p.m., Tent outside in TrinityCommons (next to Campus Tours)Every 30 minutes.Every 15–20 minutes.Take a 45-minute complete walking tour ofcampus.Meet us at the University Housing Tour Tent.You will be escorted across campus to ourWelcome Tent. From there, you can choose tosee one or more of our residence hall rooms,talk with student leaders, and participate in funevents in the Sutter Courtyard! Don't forget tocheck out University Village via shuttle onWarner Street near Whitney Hall from 10am1:30pm!Recorrido por el Campus(Campus Tour in Spanish)12 p.m. and 1 p.m., La carpa que dice "CampusTours" en Trinity CommonsLos recorridos salen cada 30 minutos.Recorrido completo a pie por el centro delcampus incluyendo ubicación, descripción ehistoria de edificios. Recorridos son en español.University Village Suite Tours10 a.m.–1:30 p.m., University VillageMeriam LibraryShuttle leaves every 15–20 minutes.Open 9 a.m.–4:45 p.m.Take a self-guided tour through all four floors ofthe Meriam Library to learn about collections,services, and spaces available to students andthe public.Catch the shuttle from Warner Street, nearWhitney Hall every 15–20 minutes out toUniversity Village. There, you will be given aguided tour to the UV HUB, a single studio, anda 3-room, 6-person suite!Wildcat Recreation Center(WREC) ToursLast shuttle leaves at 1:30 p.m. from WarnerStreet. This tour takes approximately 1 hour.Honors Housing Tours10 a.m.–2 p.m., Meet at entrance to the WildcatRecreation Center10:45 a.m., 11:45 a.m., 12:45 p.m., Sutter Hallfourth and fifth floorsEvery 15 minutes.Three Honors housing tours immediatelyfollowing the info sessions as written underWorkshops & Activities (next page).This is your opportunity to check out theUniversity's campus recreation center. TheWREC opened in 2009 and offers a climbingwall, indoor track, 25-meter swimming pool, fourgroup exercise rooms, and much more. It’s yourone-stop shop for all your fitness and recreationneeds. The WREC is a program of theAssociated Students of CSU, Chico.Fact: U.S. News & World Report has listed us as a top-10 master’slevel public university in the West every year since 1998. And, thisyear, we appeared on Washington Monthly’s rankings for “BestNational Master’s Schools,” at No. 15.3

WORKSHOPS & ACTIVITIESCSU Application InformationSessionStudent EngagementExtravaganza10:15 a.m., Bell Memorial Union, Room 20310 a.m.–1 p.m., Bell Memorial Union BasementAre you thinking about applying to CSU, Chico?Do you have questions about the CSUadmissions application? Learn how to navigatethe application and leave with helpful tips forapplying.Student involvement at its finest—You'll learnand interact with various student engagementopportunities that the Associated Students andStudent Life and Leadership have to offer. Joinus in the BMU Basement for an exciting look atprograms, organizations, student clubs, andmore!Financial Aid & ScholarshipWorkshopsStudy Abroad & InternationalExchange11 a.m., 12 p.m., 1 p.m.Bell Memorial Union, Room 20311 a.m. and 1 p.m., Bell Memorial Union, Room204Learn about federal, state, and other resourcesto help fund college expenses. Find out how toapply for grants, scholarships, loans, and workstudy jobs.Presentations are 45 minutes.Chico State Study Abroad is ranked No. 2 in thenation among all master’s-granting institutionsfor yearlong participants! Study in 40 countriesaround the world while completing courseworkin your major, minor, and general educationpathway, all while utilizing your federal andCalifornia aid, school loans, and scholarships tofinance your trip.Honors Program Presentation10:15 a.m., 11:15 a.m., and 12:15 p.m.,Bell Memorial Union, Room 210Meet with the Honors Program director andfaculty who will provide a short informationsession with Q&A time at the end. Honorshousing tours immediately follow eachpresentation.Valene L. Smith Museum ofAnthropologyMen of CHICO Meet & Greet11 a.m.–3 p.m., Meriam Library 180Reimagining Chico: The Archaeology ofOur Neighborhoods1–2 p.m., Selvester’s Café-by-the-Creek, Room100Ever wonder about the life and times of peoplein your hometown 100 years ago? Discoveruntold local and global histories in an exhibitionthat explores Chico neighborhoods through theartifacts found on two archaeological excavationsites. The museum is located on the first floor ofthe Meriam Library.Men of CHICO is a campus program that aims toempower, guide, and support men of color atCSU, Chico. Join us for an opportunity to meetand mingle with current students and alumswho share similar experiences. From commonclassroom challenges to where to get your haircut, come get insight about our community.Fact: Washington Monthly highlighted us for “helping non-wealthystudents attain marketable degrees at affordable prices.” Additionally,we were named to Forbes Magazine’s “Best Value Colleges” list for2018.4

COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURECollege of Agriculture:Information TableMAJORS IN THIS COLLEGEAgricultural BusinessAgriculture-Agricultural Science and Education-Crops, Horticulture, and Land ResourceManagementAnimal Science10 a.m.–1 p.m., Bell Memorial Union AuditoriumCome to the College of Agriculture table to meetwith staff, faculty, and students from our majorprograms. Information on curriculum, collegeclubs, pre-veterinary pathways, careers inagriculture, and scholarships will be provided.Fact: The University Farm is 800 acres and is 10% organic. The Collegeof Agriculture runs a community-supported agricultural program wherestudents, staff, faculty, and community members can subscribe toweekly boxes of produce from the farm.COLLEGE OF BUSINESSMAJORS IN THIS COLLEGEBusiness Administration-Accounting-Entrepreneurship and Small BusinessManagement-Finance-Human Resource Management-Management-Marketing-Project ManagementBusiness Information Systems-Management Information Systems-Operations and Supply Chain ManagementCollege of Business: AcademicShowcase Meet & Greet10 a.m.–12 p.m., Selvester’s Café-by-the-Creek,Room 100Come to the College of Business academicshowcase to learn about our curriculum andoutstanding programs of distinction! You willhave the opportunity to meet and mingle withthe department chairs, faculty, programdirectors, advisors and student organizations.Fact: While fewer than 15% of all business schools in the world areaccredited with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools ofBusiness, Chico State’s consistently outstanding program has beensince 1972.5

COLLEGE OF BEHAVIORAL & SOCIALSCIENCESDepartment of ChildDevelopment ToursMAJORS IN THIS COLLEGEAnthropologyChild DevelopmentChild Development/Liberal StudiesCriminal JusticeEconomicsGeography-Human Geography & Planning-Physical & Environmental GeographyHealth Science-Health Education-Health Services AdministrationInternational RelationsMulticultural & Gender Studies-Multicultural and Gender Studies-Women’s StudiesPolitical Science-General Political Science-Legal StudiesPsychologyPublic AdministrationSocial Science-Multidisciplinary Studies-Specialization StudiesSocial WorkSociology10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12 p.m. (additional byrequest)Meet at Department of Child Development tablein the Bell Memorial Union Auditorium.Students and faculty in child development willlead a walking tour of the Associated StudentsChild Development Laboratory’s infant, toddler,and preschool classrooms and observationrooms in Modoc Hall and Aymer J. HamiltonBuilding, where students majoring in childdevelopment observe and participate withchildren ages up to 5 as part of theircoursework.Community Legal InformationCenter (CLIC) Tour12:45–2 p.m., 25 Main StreetPlease join us for a tour of the CLIC office. CLICis a nationally recognized on-campus legal clinicstaffed by undergraduate students. CLIC studentdirectors will be available to answer yourquestions about CLIC’s programs and how theirexperiences are preparing them for law schooland the professional world. You can also join thetour at the CLIC office located at 25 Main Street,Suite 102, at 1 p.m. in downtown Chico.Department of AnthropologyTour11:15 a.m.–12 p.m., Meet at Department ofAnthropology table in the Bell Memorial UnionAuditoriumDepartment of PsychologyToursThis 45-minute guided tour of the Butte 301Physical Anthropology Teaching Lab will includea discussion of forensic anthropology at CSU,Chico, and will show prospective students thematerials and methods we have in forensicanthropology and archaeology.11 a.m. and 12 p.m., Meet at Department ofPsychology table in the Bell Memorial UnionAuditoriumThis is a tour of the department facilitiesincluding the EMG (facial electromyography)Lab. Psi Chi Honors students will lead the tours.Faculty will also be available to greet studentsand answer any questions.6

COLLEGE OF COMMUNICATION & EDUCATIONDepartment of Journalism &Public Relations Drop-inMAJORS IN THIS COLLEGECommunication Sciences and DisordersCommunication Studies-Communication and Public Affairs-Organizational CommunicationExercise PhysiologyJournalism-News-Public RelationsKinesiology-Movement Studies-Physical Education Teacher EducationLiberal Studies-Bilingual/Cross-Cultural Education-General-General Online-Liberal ArtsMedia Arts and Design Technology-Graphic Design-Mass Communication Design-Media ArtsRecreation, Hospitality, and Parks Management-Community and Commerical Recreation andTourism-Event Management-Parks and Natural Resources Mangement-Recreation Therapy-Resort and Lodging Management11 a.m.–1 p.m.The Orion office: Plumas Hall, Room 002(downstairs)Tehama Group Communications Agency office:Tehama Hall, Room 310 (See map section C-4.)Tour our award-winning, student-runnewspaper, The Orion, and our studentmanaged, full-service public relations agency,Tehama Group Communications.Department of KinesiologyTours10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m., Yolo Hall, Room 234(See map section B-4.)Tour will include exercise physiology labs,biomechanics lab, physical education teachereducation pedagogy lab, strength andconditioning lab, and Autism Clinic.Liberal Studies PresentationCommunication Sciences &Disorders Program Drop-in10:30–11:30 a.m., Tehama Hall, Room 210 (Seemap section C-4.)1–1:30 p.m., meet at Center for CommunicationDisorders Clinic, Aymer J. Hamilton Building,Room 100 (See map Section G-4.)Thinking about becoming an elementary schoolteacher? Come meet the friendly liberal studiesfaculty, advising staff, and students at ourinformation session that highlights the BA inLiberal Studies options and the new IntegratedTeacher Education Program! Students will talkabout their experiences in the major and atChico State, and you will have the opportunity tohave all of your questions about teachereducation answered.Tour the state-of-the art equipment and facilitiesin the Center for Communication DisordersClinic; meet current students and faculty.Communication StudiesProgram Drop-in & Tours10:30 a.m.–1 p.m., meet at the Speech &Debate Team Squad Room, Tehama Hall, Room350 (See map Section C-4.)Department of Media Arts,Design, & TechnologyMeet students from the nationally competitiveSpeech & Debate Team and tour the squadroom where students have access to resourcesto prepare for competition. Learn aboutopportunities available to team membersincluding travel, networking with students andfaculty from across the nation, and workingclosely with graduate students and faculty atCSU, Chico in preparation for competition.11 a.m.–1 p.m., Graphic Design in Tehama Hall,Room 226, Video Production in Tehama Hall,Room 346(See map section C-4.)Tour the graphic design and video productionlabs.7

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING, COMPUTERSCIENCE, & CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENTConcrete IndustryManagement Program DropInMAJORS IN THIS COLLEGECivil EngineeringComputer Animation and Game DevelopmentComputer EngineeringComputer Information SystemsComputer ScienceConcrete Industry ManagementConstruction ManagementElectrical EngineeringMechanical EngineeringMechatronic EngineeringSustainable Manufacturing10–10:30 a.m., O’Connell Technology Center,Room 434 (See map section C-6.)10:30–11 a.m., Langdon Engineering Center,Room 119 (See map section C-6.)Hear more about this unique major from faculty,staff, and student representatives. Find outmore about opportunities that Concrete IndustryManagement has to offerCollege of Engineering,Computer Science, &Construction ManagementStudent ClubsDepartment of CivilEngineering Drop-In10:30–10:45 a.m., Langdon Engineering Center,Room 105 (See map section C-6.)10 a.m.–12:30 p.m., between the StudentServices Center and Meriam LibraryProgram overview and discussion with civilengineering department chair.(See map section C-6.)The College of Engineering, Computer Science,and Construction Management student clubsand representatives will be outside to showcasetheir projects.10:45–11:30 a.m., Langdon Engineering CenterLabs, Room 117 and Room 119 (See mapsection C-6.)Computer Animation andGame Development (CAGD)Program Drop-In11:30–11:45 a.m., Langdon Engineering Center,Room 105 (See map section C-6.)Civil engineering lab facilities will be open.Program overview and discussion with civilengineering department chair.9 a.m.–12 p.m., O’Connell Technology Center,Room 136 (See map section C-6.): Program and10:45–11 a.m.: Motion capture showcase11:45 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Langdon EngineeringCenter Labs, Room 117 and Room 119 (Seemap section C-6.)11:45 a.m.–12 p.m.: Virtual reality showcaseCivil engineering lab facilities will be open.industry discussionHave you ever wondered how video games oranimations are made? Do you want tocollaborate with creative teams to produce videogames or animations? Join the students andfaculty of CAGD to view student work andparticipate in discussions and presentations.Fact: CSU, Chico’s College of Engineering, Computer Science, andConstruction Management is ranked third in the U.S. for best value (2016-2018).8

COLLEGE OF ECC CONTINUEDDepartment of Electrical andComputer Engineering DropInDepartment of ComputerScience and ComputerInformation (CSCI) ProgramsDrop-In10:30–11 a.m., O’Connell Technology Center,Room 127 (See map section C-6.)Program overview presentations, group andindividual discussions with electrical andcomputer engineering department chair.10:30 a.m.–12 p.m., O’Connell TechnologyCenter, Room 254 (See map section C-6.)Meet the CSCI faculty11–11:30 a.m., O’Connell Technology Center,Room 12710:30–11 a.m.: Computer Science/ComputerInformation Programs overviewLab Demos11 a.m.–12 p.m.: Question and answer period11:30 a.m.–12 p.m., O’Connell TechnologyCenter, Room 127 (See map section C-6.)Department of ConstructionManagement Drop-InProgram overview presentations, group andindividual discussions with electrical andcomputer engineering department chair.10:30–11:30 a.m., Langdon Engineering Center,Room 10012–12:30 p.m., O’Connell Technology Center,Room 127(See map section C-6.)Lab DemosDepartment faculty and student representativesare available to discuss all aspects of theConstruction Management Program.Department of Mechanical andMechatronic Engineering andSustainable Manufacturing(MMEM) Drop-In11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., Langdon EngineeringCenter, Room 100(See map section C-6.)10 a.m.–12 p.m.Department faculty and student representativesare available to discuss all aspects of theConstruction Management Program.O’Connell Technology Center, Room 124(See map section C-6.)Program overview by faculty and self-guidedtour of the MMEM lab facilities.Fact: More than 750 companies visit the CSU, Chico campus every yearto recruit our students, including Apple, Google, Amazon, Spotify,Chevron, Ernst & Young, Intel Corp, Twitter, General Electric, andPayPal. Several ECC majors boast 100% job placement for new grads.9

COLLEGE OF HUMANITIES & FINE ARTSforeign languages, musical performances, a tour ofour state-of-the-art recording studio, foreign filmviewings, and exhibits at the Janet Turner PrintMuseum & University Art Gallery and more. Join us atthe Make It In HFA Maker Tour. Make Art. MakeMeaning. Make History.MAJORS IN THIS COLLEGEArt-Art Education-Art History-Art StudioArt - BFA-Art Studio-Interior ArchitectureAsian StudiesEnglish-English Education-English Studies-LiteratureFrenchGermanHistory-General History-Pre-Credential Social ScienceHumanitiesLatin American StudiesMusic-General Music-Music Education-Music Industry-Recording ArtsMusical TheatrePhilosophy-General Philosophy-Pre-Graduate School PhilosophyReligious StudiesSpanish-General Spanish-Pre-Credential SpanishTheatre ArtsDepartment of Music and TheatreTour1–2 p.m., Meet in the Trinity Commons area byTrinity Hall (D6) by the Campus Tour tent. (Arrive alittle before 1 p.m.) Look for students with signs forthis tour who will escort you.Facilities tours for prospective music and theatremajors. Prospective students interested in programsin general music, music industry, and recording artswill tour the recording studio facilities. Thoseinterested in theatre arts and musical theatre will tourthe stages and backstage areas and the costume andscene shops.The Janet Turner Print Museum11 a.m.–4 p.m., Arts and Humanities Building, Room121-123 (See map Section E-6.)A collection of over 4,000 fine art prints, anchored bya gift of the late art professor and artist Janet Turner,The Turner’s current exhibition, Deep Etch: Legendsof Chico Printmaking, showcases the talent ofgenerations of Chico State art faculty whose work inthe print medium is included in the museum'spermanent collection.Jacki Headley University Art Gallery& MFA Gallery11 a.m.–4 p.m., Arts and Humanities Building, Room121-123 (See map Section E-6.)Department of Art and Art HistoryTourThe Jacki Headley University Art Gallery’s currentexhibition Dogg Days showcases work by VietnameseAmerican artist Trong Gia Nguyen. Dogg Daysincludes sculptural objects that are playful in natureyet maintain a deep state of subversion and enquiry.The MFA Gallery exhibition features recent work byMaster’s of Fine Arts students.1–2 p.m., Meet in front of Ayres Hall, south entranceacross from Celestino’s Pizza just past the traffic circleby Laxson Auditorium. (Arrive a little before 1 p.m.)Look for students with signs for this tour who willescort you. (See map section F-6 in center of thisbrochure.)Tour the art department studios and classrooms andview exhibitions by various students and faculty.College of Humanities & Fine ArtsMaker TourFact: To summarize a recentalumni survey, most Chico Stategraduates say of their timehere: “great decision” and“excellent experience.”11 a.m.–12:15 p.m., Meet in the Trinity Commonsarea by Trinity Hall (D6) by the Campus Tour tent.(Arrive a little before 11 a.m.) Look for students withsigns for this tour who will escort you.Art demonstrations, a meme badge workshop,language “making” activities in linguistics & various10

COLLEGE OF NATURAL SCIENCESThe department chair will give a short presentationfollowed by a tour of the labs and instrumentationfacilities utilized by faculty and students in coursesand research.MAJORS IN THIS COLLEGEBiochemistryBiological Sciences – BABiological Sciences – BS-Cellular & Molecular Biology-Ecological, Evolutionary, and OrganismalBiology-Plant BiologyChemistry – BA or BSEnvironmental Sciences-Applied Ecology-Atmosphere and Climate-Energy and Earth Resources-HydrologyGeologyGeosciences-Physical Science Education-Science EducationMathematics-Applied Mathematics-General Mathematics-Foundational Mathematics Education-Mathematics Education-Statistics-Mathematics Education (Credential)Microbiology-Clinical Laboratory Science-General MicrobiologyNatural Science-Chemistry-Environmental Science-General Biology-Geology-Human Biology-Physical ScienceNursingNutrition & Food Science-Food & Nutrition Communication-General Dietetics-Nutrition ManagementPhysics-General Physics-Professional PhysicsDepartment of Geological andEnvironmental Sciences Tour11 a.m.–12 p.m., Meet at Department of Geologicaland Environmental Sciences table in the Bell MemorialUnion AuditoriumTour of the research labs and instrumentationfacilities utilized by faculty and students in coursesand research.Nutrition and Food Science FoodLab Tour11 a.m.–12 p.m., Tehama Hall, Room 118A NFSC professor will give a tour of the foods labfollowed by a short presentation on the BS degreeand its options.Department of Science Education(Middle School Science TeacherEducation) Information Meeting11 a.m.–12 p.m., Meet at the Department of ScienceEducation table in Bell Memorial Union Auditorium.Do you like science and are thinking about becominga teacher? Come meet the Department of ScienceEducation faculty and learn about our NaturalSciences program, and courses designed for futuremiddle school science teachers and informal scienceeducators. There will be time for group and individualdiscussions from 11:30 a.m.–noon.Tour of School of Nursing10 a.m.–12 p.m., Meet at the School of Nursing tablein the Bell Memorial Union Auditorium.Tours will be offered every 30 minutes.This tour includes a stop at the School of Nursingoffice in Trinity Hall, and then moves to the nursingskills lab and classroom in Holt Hall. Guests will seethe mannequins, monitors, and equipment studentsuse to practice their nursing skills. The tour willinclude optional mini-advising sessions about thecampus BSN program.Biological Sciences Tours10:30 a.m.–12 p.m., Holt Hall, Room 205Several tours will be offered 15–30 minutes apartPhysics Department TourMeet at Department of Biological Sciences table in theBell Memorial Union Auditorium.11–11:45 a.m., Physical Science Building, Room 106BTour of physics labs and research opportunities in thephysics department. Femtosecond laser spectroscopy,quantum optics, Bose-Einstein condensation, andmore!Department of Chemistry andBiochemistry Tour11 a.m.–12 p.m., Meet at the Department ofChemistry and Biochemistry table in the Bell MemorialUnion Auditorium11

FridayOctober 19CAMPUS CALENDARComplexions Contemporary Ballet7:30–9:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium 42 Premium 35 Adult 33 Senior 25 Youth 15 Chico State StudentsMore Info: www.chicoperformances.comDeep Etch: Legends of Chico Printmaking12–4 p.m.FreeMore Info: 530-898-4476, www.theturner.orgDogg Days Vietnamese-American artist Trong Gia Nguyen12–4 p.m., Arts and Humanities Building, room 121-123 (See map Section E-6.)FreeThe Jacki Headley University Art Gallery and MFA GalleryMore Info: https://headleygallerycsuchico.comGateway Science Museum12–5 p.m. 7 Adult 5 Children & Students with ID Free to GSM and ASTC membersCurrent Exhibitions: Zoom into Nano and Beauty & the Beast: California Wildflowers andClimate ChangeGateway Science Museum provides hands-on learning experiences as they inspire theexploration of science and natural history in our region and beyond. Gateway fosterscollaboration with CSU, Chico faculty and students as well as community organizations inexpanding the public’s interest in and deeper understanding of science and technology.Theatre Production: Our HouseThursday–Saturday, October 18–20, 7:30 p.m.Saturday–Sunday, October 20–21, 2 p.m.Wismer Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Room 135 20 Adult 18 Senior 8 Youth & Chico State StudentsMore Info: 530-898-5152, 20Deep Etch: Legends of Chico Printmaking11 a.m.–4 p.m.FreeMore Info: 530-898-4476, www.theturner.orgDogg Days Vietnamese-American artist Trong Gia Nguyen11 a.m.–4 p.m., Arts and Humanities Building, room 121-123 (See map Section E-6.)FreeThe Jacki Headley University Art Gallery and MFA GalleryMore Info: https://headleygallerycsuchico.comGateway Science Museum12–5 p.m.Enjoy free admission for the family ONLY on October 20, 2018 with this brochure!Theatre Production: Our HouseThursday–Saturday, October 18–20, 7:30 p.m.Saturday–Sunday, October 20–21, 2 p.m.Wismer Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Room 135 20 Adult 18 Senior 8 Youth & Chico State StudentsMore Info: 530-898-5152, 21Gateway Science Museum12–5 p.m. 7 Adult 5 Children & Students with ID Free to GSM and ASTC membersTheatre Production: Our HouseThursday–Saturday, October 18–20, 7:30 p.m.Saturday–Sunday, October 20–21, 2 p.m.Wismer Theatre, Performing Arts Center, Room 135 20 Adult 18 Senior 8 Youth & Chico State StudentsMore Info: 530-898-5152,



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INFORMATION FAIR. 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Bell Memorial Union Auditorium (See map of tables on page 15.) All academic departments and student support services will be available to answer all your questions about Chico State. Grab your red bag and go by each table to meet faculty, staff, and students ready to help you see why Chico State is the best .