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Ardon Alger in Class
It's not hard to spot Ardon Alger's impact on photography and education in Southern California. Just look at images in newspapers, magazines, wedding photos and gallery exhibitions and there's a good chance he's connected to them in some way.
Latino Graduation
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded Chaffey College a $3.2 million grant to boost the region's college-going rate, support high school dual enrollment and promote workplace essential skills.
Brayden Diver
When Brayden Diver received a physics assignment to describe how he would build a ventilator, he didn't just write a report. He built the real thing.
Student on Laptop
Students can now pursue new degrees and certificates in public health, baking and real estate in programs being introduced for the 2020-2021 academic year at Chaffey College.
Sheila Malone
While COVID-19 has closed the curtain on some college theater productions, Chaffey College Professor of Theater Sheila Malone has used the pandemic as an opportunity to give her students skills beyond the stage.
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The Governing Board for the Chaffey Community College District announced its officers for 2020-2021 at its regular meeting on July 23.
biology-kits
Chaffey biology students can't come to campus to do lab experiments due to COVID-19, so the college decided to bring the "lab" to them.
Supreme Court
We realize the tremendous impact the Supreme Court’s (5-4) ruling to reject the attempt to end Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has over so many members of our Chaffey College community. Chaffey College supports all of its students, faculty and staff regardless of their immigration statuses or where they were born.
The U.S. Supreme Court building
We recognize the significance of the Supreme Court's (6-3) ruling today that LGBTQ+ employees are protected from job discrimination. At Chaffey College, we believe diversity is our biggest strength and we condemn discrimination of any kind.
Wignall Staff
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, the Wignall Museum has embraced the shift to online. The transition has shown artists that the virtual world provides a new way to showcase art and exposes them to a larger audience. It also showed students how to be versatile in the face of challenging circumstances.