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Educational Program Asst., Social & Behavioral Sciences
Monday, 4/27/15 at 3:00pm; or, Wednesday, 4/29/15 at 7:30amMay 6, 2015 at 7:30am.
Letter formatting (English usage, grammar, punctuation and vocabulary) and a General Math test. You may bring a hand-held calculator for the math portion of the test. Doors will close at 7:30am and 3:00pm. Applicants will not be admitted late. You may schedule your test by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
NOTE: As of August 1, 2014, cell phones will not be allowed for use as a calculator. You must bring a regular hand-held calculator for the test.
NOTE: Please do NOT bring your applications with you to the test site. Applications received after the application deadline will not move forward in the process.
Q: Do I need a parking permit to park on campus?
A: Yes. All vehicles parked on grounds owned or operated by the Chaffey Community College District shall clearly display a current parking permit or a daily parking permit on the lower driver side windshield facing outward with the number or date of the permit clearly visible.
Q: What is the cost of a parking permit?
You can purchase a daily parking permit from any one of the yellow permit dispensers on campus located in various parking lots throughout campus. Daily permits are $4 per day or $1 per hour.
Q: What do I do if the permit dispenser I went to is not working or out of order? Do I still need to have a parking permit?
A: If the permit dispenser is not working or out of order, look for another permit dispenser that is working properly. Dispensers are located in various parking lots throughout campus. You must have a parking permit in order to park on campus.
Q: I have a disabled placard. Do I have to purchase a parking permit?
A: Yes. In addition to having a valid placard properly displayed or a license plate that signifies that you are disabled, your vehicle must display a current Chaffey parking permit. Misuse of disabled parking privileges will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.