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Commencement 2023
Nearly 10,000 people including graduates, family members and friends filled Toyota Arena in Ontario on Thursday for the 2023 Chaffey College Commencement ceremony, marking the completion of academic programs for 2,500 students.
Commencement 2023
Chaffey College's class of 2023 includes more than 2,500 students who received around 4,000 degrees and certificates at commencement on May 18. Among them are 17 students who earned a cumulative GPA of 4.0, earning the title "valedictorian."
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Chaffey College Governing Board Clerk Deana Olivares-Lambert has been elected to the California Community College Trustees board, an organization that helps advance the mission of community colleges across the state.
Founder and CEO of the National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) and the Black College Expo (TM) Dr. Theresa Price will deliver Chaffey College's keynote address at its 106th commencement ceremony. The event takes place at 4 p.m. on May 18, 2023 at the Toyota Arena.
Bill Gates Visits Chaffey
Bill Gates visited Chaffey College on Monday to explore the state and region's efforts to streamline college pathways benefitting California students.
Henry Shannon at CCPRO
The Community Colleges Public Relations Organization has named Chaffey College Superintendent/President Henry Shannon the 2023 winner of the PROmoter Award for championing public relations and marketing initiatives.
140th Rancho Cucamonga
Around 900 Inland Empire residents gathered for an afternoon of food, music, games and giveaways at Chaffey College's 140th anniversary celebration on March 11.
Eleni Kounalakis
Wearing a dark face visor and yellow protective gear, California Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis aimed a cutting torch at a piece of steel and split it in two. And after the metal cooled, she proudly took her handiwork as a souvenir.
Tyre Nichols Vigil
With tealights, and messages of grief and hope, more than 100 Chaffey College students, faculty and staff gathered Wednesday to mourn the death of police brutality victim Tyre Nichols.
Toy Drive
Maria Carrera has struggled to stay on the path toward a college degree, pushing through job loss from the pandemic and the challenges of being a single mother. But she had a moment of relief in December in the form of two wrapped holiday presents and smiles on her children's faces.