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James Ramos and National CORE
Low-income Inland Empire residents will soon have access to housing management training programs through a partnership between Chaffey College and National CORE, thanks to $1 million in state funding secured by California Assemblyman James C. Ramos.
welding center
The days of Chaffey College welding students learning their trade outside in a parking lot at the Industrial Technical Learning Center (InTech) in Fontana will soon be over.
Convocation 2021
Hundreds of Chaffey College faculty and staff kicked off the 2021-2022 academic year with fall Convocation and FLEX, hearing messages of hope for the future and ways to better serve Chaffey College students.
summer research
About 85 Chaffey College students collected data about fire-resistant trees, built aerospace parts in Ontario and handled 5-million-year-old fossils.
drive thru
Hundreds of students came to Chaffey College to pick up backpacks, WiFi hotspots, paper reams, sketch pads and more during a series of drive-thru distribution events in early June.
athletics-returns
After more than a year apart, thirteen Chaffey College athletics teams resumed practices in June and July in preparation for their upcoming seasons.
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Chaffey College has received a generous and historic gift of $25 million from author and philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, she announced on her website Tuesday.
commencement
Chaffey College celebrated the achievements of about 2,780 students in its first-ever virtual commencement ceremony on May 20.
nursing faculty and staff
More than 50 Chaffey College nursing students administered hundreds of COVID-19 vaccinations at San Antonio Regional Medical Center in Upland between December and April.
David Leon
David Leon grew up in Upland, excelled in academics and sports through high school and enrolled at Chaffey College to build a future. But what his classmates and professors likely didn't know is that often when he left campus for the day, he didn't return to a house or an apartment. He had to sleep in his truck.