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Chaffey College students received some holiday cheer in December with the distribution of $18 million in grants and vaccine incentive funds to help them through the ongoing challenges of the pandemic.
Students hold Chaffey letters
The Campaign for College Opportunity named Chaffey College a 2021 Equity Champion of Higher Education and honored the college during a virtual ceremony on Nov. 16.
Henry Shannon Boy Scout award
The California Inland Empire Council of the Boy Scouts of America honored Chaffey College Superintendent/President Shannon on Nov. 2 with the 2021 Distinguished Citizen Award for his contributions to the region.
Apple 1
Chaffey College alumnus Joey Catuara bought an Apple 1 from his electronics professor in 1977 so he could do computer programming at home. When he decided to sell it, the piece of tech history became the subject of worldwide media coverage and sold at auction for $500,000 on Nov. 9.
Hispanic Outlook
Hispanic Outlook on Education has ranked Chaffey College the No. 4 California community college to grant associate's degrees to Hispanic students and the state's No. 5 college in Hispanic enrollment.
Tailgate 2021
Students waved pompoms, honked their horns and showed off decorated cars in Chaffey College's first-ever drive-thru Tailgate celebration on Oct. 1.
Student on laptop
Chaffey College students now have a convenient way to take classes at multiple California community colleges without filling out multiple applications.
Golf Tournament
More than 100 Chaffey College community members teed up to raise money for students on Aug. 30 at the annual golf tournament at Red Hill Country Club.
Fall Start 2021
More than 18,000 Chaffey College students began face-to-face and online classes on August 16 for the start of fall term, with new programs rolling out in nursing and hospitality management.
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.