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LGBTQ+ grad student
With flowing costumes, pounding drums and big smiles, hundreds of students, friends and family members gathered for Chaffey College’s three cultural graduation celebrations on May 6, 7 and 15.
Metta World Peace
NBA Champion Metta World Peace will be Chaffey College's commencement speaker at the 105th commencement ceremony on May 19.
Donna Colondres
More than 300 students, colleagues and family members gathered to remember longtime Chaffey College counselor and Umoja co-founder Dr. Donna Colondres during a virtual celebration of her life on Feb. 1.
San Manuel Check Presentation
More students will have access to hospitality management and culinary arts training and careers with the support of a three-year $1.7-million grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians.
Nursing pinning ceremony
Chaffey College honored 17 vocational nursing and 31 associate degree in nursing students during a pair of ceremonies at the Rancho Cucamonga campus on Dec. 16.
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.