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FORMS
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Pre/CoRequisite Challenge Form (PDF)

Pre/CoRequisite Validation Form (PDF)

Health Science Request for Transcript Evaluation (PDF)

ACADEMIC STANDINGS
Opening Doors to Excellence

Academic Probation and Dismissal

HIGH SCHOOL INFORMATION

2017 Senior Early Assessment Google Calendar



GUIDANCE CLASS
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GRADUATION INFORMATION
Apply for an Associate Degree and/or Certificate

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HOW TO REGISTER FOR YOUR FIRST SEMESTER

  1. COURSE SEQUENCES
    1. Semester Course Numbering System
    2. Considering Previous High School Coursework
    3. Writing Course Requirements
    4. Reading Course Recommendations
    5. Mathematics Recommendations
            OTHER SECTIONS
  1. Getting Started
  2. Selecting Your First Semester Courses
  3. What's Next?
  4. Mandatory Student Educational Plan


  1. COURSE SEQUENCES

    1. Mathematics Recommendations

      Math 610 (MATH-610)
      Preparation for the Study of Algebra
      Mathematics review for students whose assessment results indicate placement into Arithmetic or PreAlgebra, and who wish to re-acquire the skills needed to re-assess into a higher level mathematics course.

      Math 625 (MATH-625)
      Preparation for the Study of College Algebra

      Mathematics review for students whose assessment results indicate placement into Elementary or Intermediate Algebra, and who wish to re-acquire the skills needed to re-assess into a higher level mathematics course.

      Math 510 (MATH-510)
      Arithmetic
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into MATH-510
      For students requiring a complete study of arithmetic, beginning with operations of whole numbers. Topic includes operations and applications involving whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratios, proportions, measurement, percents, and signed numbers. Good comprehensive review course covering all the functions of arithmetic.

      Math 520 (MATH-520)
      Pre-Algebra
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into MATH-520 or completion of MATH-510 with grade of C or better
      For students preparing for elementary algebra, who are competent in basic operations of arithmetic, but need review of fractions, decimals, percents, and a preview of the elementary concepts of algebra. Good review course for students who have taken elementary algebra in high school, but are not current in their arithmetic and pre-algebra functions.

      Math 410 (MATH-410)
      Elementary Algebra
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into MATH-410 or completion of Math-520 or 521 with grade of C or better
      Algebraic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Special products and factoring, rational expressions and their operations, graphs of linear equations in two variables, and introduction to radicals and quadratic equations, function notation, and introduction to linear systems of equations.
      In general, this course reviews what is covered in first year high school algebra.

      Math 425 (MATH-425)
      Intermediate Algebra
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into MATH-425 or completion of Math-410 or 411 with a grade of C or better
      More advanced study of the following topics introduced in elementary algebra: factoring, algebraic fractions, equations and inequalities with rational expressions, exponents and radicals, quadratic equations, and equations with radicals. New topics include: absolute value equations and inequalities, quadratic inequalities, applications, graphing of elementary non linear functions and conic sections, determining the equation of a line, solving nonlinear one-variable inequalities, complex numbers, composition and inverse of functions, solving linear systems by matrices and determinants, logarithmic and exponential expressions and equations, binomial theorem, summation notation, probability, and sequences and series.

      Math 25 (MATH 25)
      College Algebra
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into MATH-25 or completion of Math-425 with a C or better
      Coordinate geometry and graphing techniques, conic sections, solutions to higher degree polynomial equations, functions, polynomial, rational, inverse, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of nonlinear equations and inequalities, matrices and determinants, sequences and series, binomial expansion, mathematical induction, and introduction to mathematical proof.

      Statistics 10 (STAT-10)
      Elementary Statistics
      Prerequisite: Test Placement into Math-25 or higher or completion of MATH-425 with a grade of C or better
      Frequency distributions; measures of central tendency and variation; probability theory; binomial, nominal, and t-distributions; testing hypotheses; estimation of population mean and proportion; analysis of variance; chi square analysis; linear regression and correlation. A specific graphing utility is required; see instructor before acquiring.


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Attention Students!

Now is the time to come and complete your educational plan either through a workshop or a one-on-one with a counselor. Please call the Counseling Department so that we can set you up for the right appointment.

 

Rancho Cucamonga Campus
SSA–First Floor

Telephone
909-652-6200
Fax Number
909-652-6228

 

OFFICE HOURS
Monday & Thursday
7:30am-7:00pm

Tuesday & Wednesday
7:30am-4:30pm

Friday
7:30am-4:00pm



CONTACT US

Guiding Panthers to Success (GPS) Center

Rancho Cucamonga Campus
VSS-111
Telephone
909-652-6466

Chino Campus
CHMB-240
Telephone
909-652-8120

Fontana Campus
FNFC-121
Telephone
909-652-7460

GPS HOURS
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Tuesday & Wednesday
8:00am-4:30pm

Friday
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For general questions,
a copy of your educational plan or any other documents given to you at your appointment, please email counseling@chaffey.edu
(please allow up to 2-3 business days for reply
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