CSUEU has chapters at the 23 CSU campuses plus the Office of the Chancellor, for a total of 24 chapters.
The complete 2017-2020 CSUEU / CSU Tentative Agreement
We've accomplished so much together, including an audit that exposed CSU budgeting practices and a 3-year contract with raises!
Legislative committee sending content.
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CSUEU members are eligible for a wide variety of discounts and special programs.
Together, We Rise.
Thanks to the Office of the Chancellor and the President of CSU Chico, we have negotiated a new Emergency Leave with Pay provision for the employees impacted by the Camp Fire. To date, there are some 250 who lost their homes in Paradise.
“The town of Paradise is obliterated. Chico has become inundated with evacuees."
Such is the first-person account relayed by Jessica Westbay, a Chico resident, CSU employee and CSUEU Chapter President of Chico State.
Working with union staff, Jessica has been calling employees represented by the CSU Employees Union who work at Chico State.
A Message from CSUEU President Neil Jacklin
California is once again struck by massive wildfires affecting thousands of families and ravaging tens of thousands of acres on both ends of the state.
The extent of the destruction is unbelievable and heartbreaking for these families, but the added loss of life reported is devastating. We need to trust in our emergency system and firefighters and hope there will be no more loss of life.
The SEIU CA Disaster Relief Fund is currently accepting donations and applications for relief. Please consider making a donation so we can help our brothers and sisters during these trying times.
Governor Brown’s veto of AB 1231 was a travesty.
As the author of the CSU Employees Union sponsored legislation, I can tell you there was no sound reason why AB 1231 shouldn’t become law. It is simple fairness to give CSU support staff well-earned, and long overdue, salary steps enjoyed by management and faculty as well as the vast majority of other state employees. I am so angry by this injustice, but getting mad isn’t enough. I want you to know that I have recommitted to this cause.
I am so proud that CSUEU members stood strong together as we as we negotiated our benefits and pay raises. And I am glad we are keeping up the momentum by advocating with lawmakers to bring back salary steps to CSU employees, to have us be in parity with other state employees. Renewing my membership was a no-brainer!