The Chaffey College Fontana Campus offers general education courses, Associate Degrees for transfer (Business, Psychology, Sociology), career and job-related coursework, and courses that support in the advancement of career or academic goals. If your goal is to advance in your current career, or learn English as a Second language, or transfer to a 4-year University the Fontana Campus is right for you. The 50,000-square-foot campus, spread out on eight acres in central Fontana, serves Chaffey Community College District’s eastern side. Chaffey College opened the Fontana Campus in 1996.
Are you looking for a career path that is both exciting and versatile? Our hospitality management program prepares you for work in hotels, resorts, restaurants, amusement parks and cruise lines worldwide. These in-demand careers expected to grow by about 3,000 positions per year throughout the Southern California area. Our strong internship program with local hospitality organizations will help you achieve gainful employment or transfer to a four-year institution.
View the Hospitality Management Flyer for more information.
• Love helping others learn?
• Have a passion for learning?
• Looking for an on-campus job?
• Interested in developing your communication skills?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, attend the Success Center Job Fair and learn about paid positions you can apply for as a tutor. Tutors earn $16 or $18 per hour.
SEPTEMBER 20, 2023
10am to 2pm - Rancho Campus Quad
11am to 1pm - Chino Success Center, CHMB-145
11am to 1pm - Fontana Success Center, FNFC-122
Interested in the ESL program at the Fontana campus , visit the ESL webpage for more information about the program.
We are forming an interest list for the ESL program at the Chaffey College, Fontana Campus. If interested please fill out this ESL Interest Form.
Interested in the CNA program at the Fontana campus , visit the CNA webpage for more information about the program.
We are forming an interest list for the CNA program at the Chaffey College, Fontana Campus. If interested please fill out this CNA Interest Form.
Physical Therapy Assistant Program
Interested in the Physical Therapy Assistant program at the Fontana campus , visit the PTA program webpage for more information about the program.
Hospitality Management Program
Interested in the Hospitality Management program at the Fontana campus , visit the Hospitality Management webpage for more information about the program.
CHOOSE THE MATH FOR YOUR PATH!
Do you want support to increase success in your Math or Statistics class?
Register for the Concurrent Support Course that’s right for your major and career goals!
16855 Merrill Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335
Phone: (909) 652-7400
August 21-December 22
7:30am - 4:30pm
Dean, Fontana Campus
Admissions & Records, Counseling, and the Financial Aid Office are available to serve you in-person. Fill out the QLess form, and you will receive updates via text when a team member is ready for you to check-in. Check in at the Ralph M. Lewis Center at the Fontana Campus.
Do you want to learn more about how to pay for college? Visit this link to learn more or call 909-652-7444.
If you are looking for textbooks, uniforms, supplies, and Chaffey gear, visit the campus store website. Students can purchase items online or in-person. The Campus store at the Fontana Campus is open Monday - Thursday 10 am - 2 pm.
This program assists students who receive cash aid and are required to participate in Welfare-to-Work/GAIN. Go to the CalWORKs website for more information or go to the Chat with Counselors/Staff web page.
The center helps students and alumni identify and achieve their career goals. Go to the Career Center webpage for more information.
This office provides you with plenty of support to meet your academic and career goals. Go to the Counseling webpage for more information.
This program is for students who prefer to jump right into the workforce after getting the skills they need or to transfer to a four-year university. Go to the CTE Counseling webpage for more information.
Disability Programs and Services
This program serves disabled students in accordance with Title 5 regulations and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Go to the DPS webpage for more information.
Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)
This program is a state-funded counseling program for economically and academically disadvantaged students to help them achieve their goals. Go to the EOPS webpage for more information.
Guiding Panthers To Success (GPS) Center
This center provides new and returning students with assistance in registration, unit load planning, using MyChaffeyView, and the abbreviated educational plan. Go to the GPS webpage for more information.
The Fontana Cybrary (Library) provides students with a great place to study; computer stations and internet access; study rooms; research help from the reference librarian; access to all Chaffey online databases; and a fine collection of books in print which students can check out with their Chaffey photo ID cards. For days/hours of operation and more information, go to the Chaffey College Library homepage.
Multidisciplinary Success Center
The center can provide you with the tools to succeed in college, careers and life with workshops, free tutoring, learning groups and directed learning activities. Go to the Multidisciplinary Success Center webpage for more information.
Placement is provided through the Counseling Department. Go to the Placement webpage for more information.
The center provides services and resources to help you navigate the transfer to a university or college. Go to the Transfer Center webpage for more information.
Chaffey College partners with our local adult schools who offer free, high school diploma courses and GED preparation for adult learners. Our goal is to help you transition from earning your high school credential or learning English as a second language to joining the panther family here at Chaffey College. Go to the Adult Education webpage for more information.
The Puente Project mission is to increase the number of educationally disadvantaged students who enroll in four-year colleges and universities, earn college degrees and return to the community as mentors and leaders to future generations. Please visit the Puente Project webpage for more information.
Visit the City of Fontana webpage
If you have any questions, please submit your inquiry.