Mar 21 2023
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.
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.
Feb 15 2023
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.
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.
Megan Fowler-Hurst fell in love with the dance film genre while studying at CalArts, turning that passion into a community film festival and showing colleges how to incorporate it into their dance programs.
Jan 30 2023
A state organization dedicated to improving college equity and success rates has honored Assistant Dean of Intersegmental Partnerships and Deliveries Matt Morin for his work to support students.
Chaffey College students will have access to guided support toward bachelor's degrees and guaranteed admission to Arizona State University through a new partnership launched this week.
Chaffey fully implemented VR technology in its vocational nursing program in the fall, making it one of the few Southern California community colleges using VR in nursing education.
Nov 30 2022
United Soccer Coaches has honored the Chaffey women's soccer team with the prestigious Pinnacle Award for its performance on the field and in the classroom.
Around 400 students and educators gathered Nov. 1 to celebrate and lift up communities of color at the inaugural Chaffey College "Black and Brown Minds & Mattering Conference."