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Counseling Main Page

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STUDENT INFORMATION
Steps to becoming a Chaffey student

Chaffey College Orientation

Assessment Prep

Assessment Testing

Course Sequence (PDF)
    English
    Math
    ESL

Assessment Test Results Request Form

Student Success Initiative

General Education Patterns
   
   
 Chaffey Non Transfer
   
   
 IGETC
  
   
CSU-GE

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FORMS
Pre/CoRequisite Information

External Transcript Evaluation Form
(PDF)

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

2019 Senior Early Transition Google Calendar



GUIDANCE CLASS
Guidance Classes

GRADUATION INFORMATION
Apply for an Associate Degree and/or Certificate

CATALOGS/SCHEDULES
Catalog

Prior Year Catalogs

Schedule of Classes

Open Class List

OTHER STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES

AMAN/AWOMAN
UMOJA PROGRAM


CalWORKS

Career Center

Disabilities Programs and Services (DPS)

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)

Faculty Advisors

Guiding Panthers to Success (GPS) Center

Honors Program

Independent Scholars Program

Puente Program

Transfer Center

Veterans Resource Center




Counseling Department


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. Considering Previous High School Coursework

      When deciding on what courses to take, always consider the fact that some of the courses you may be taking seem to be a review of coursework previously completed in high school. For some, this may be frustrating. Remember, recency and frequency of using these English and mathematical skills are key factors in being able to perform well on the assessment tests. Students who have graduated from high school within the last 6 months may not have been actively employing high-level reading, writing, and algebra skills. College courses require you to function in these areas immediately at a college level. For most students, review is helpful in getting “back on track”, so to speak. That is, bringing critical math and English skills to a level where you can participate in your subjects actively and with confidence. If you take exception to the results and want to know how to use your background education from high school to advance to a higher level course, go to the Counseling Office and visit with a counselor on a walk in basis. Bring your test results with you to discuss with the counselor.

      Some students, however, do attempt to advance to higher-level courses without regard for their placement. Undoubtedly, they do so at their own risk. The lack of preparedness for a course is the responsibility of the student. Instructors will teach a course at its appropriate level. Some instructors choose to insure that all students are appropriately prepared for their courses and will poll students at the beginning of a class to determine if they have met the necessary prerequisites. Other instructors request that students bring their assessment results to show their placement into the desired course. Most instructors, however, leave the responsibility of preparation to the student, expecting that they are knowledgeable about the appropriate prerequisites and placements and have selected accordingly.

      Your placements have taken into consideration responses to questions you were asked when you first began your testing. If you remember, questions were asked about the amount of time that has lapsed since you were last enrolled in classes, grades earned in English and math courses, and the number of years of English and math completed in high school. These responses were used in the calculation of your placement scores in determining your placement in English and math courses.

      If you have met the prerequisites by courses completed in high school or at another college, bring a an official copy of your transcripts to Admissions and Records and request either a Prerequisite/Corequisite Validation or Challenge Form prior to registering for the desired course. You can also print these forms online. For the Prerequisite/Corequisite Validation please click here. For the Prerequisite/Corequisite Challenge Form please click here. It is highly recommended that you speak with a counselor to make sure that you are completing the correct form and that you have all documentation attached or on file with the college.


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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
Monday & Thursday
8:00am-7:00pm

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

Friday
8:00am-4:00pm

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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