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The purpose of the Title V legislation is to "expand educational opportunities for, and improve the academic attainment of Hispanic students; and expand and enhance the academic offerings, program quality, and institutional stability of colleges and universities that are educating the majority of Hispanic college students and helping large numbers of Hispanic students and other low–income individuals complete postsecondary education." Read more...

About Title V

Chaffey College was rewarded $3.2 million over a span of five years and we are now on the third year in full operation.

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Success Guides

Success Guides provide advising support for students, is also improving students' likelihood of achieving their goals by introducing them to tools like degree audit and engaging them in dialogue about their futures.

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Supplemental Instruction

Supplemental Instruction (SI) has transformed the educational experience for many students.

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Alternative Learning Strategies

In order to equip the Chaffey community (faculty, staff, managers, students) to address student-related academic and affective barriers to success, we have designed a comprehensive initiative to train all employee groups at Chaffey in 'hope' and mindset theories and strategies.

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Laura Hope
Chaffey College's Title V Grant is supporting the legislative intent of the Program by enhancing and expanding the academic and developmental infrastructure necessary for students to succeed. As the Title V Grant application explained, the college has a number of programs to support the academic and personal development of students; however, many of those programs serve small populations. The intent of this Grant was to expand the services that help students discover their goals and learn about the ways that they can achieve those goals. In addition to advising services, the Grant goals included intrusive academic support through the supplemental instruction program in high impact barrier courses, which often prevent students from moving successfully toward their transfer and graduation goals. Finally, the Grant goals focused on diversifying instructional delivery throughout the curriculum to more actively engage students' learning and fundamental skills for success in all of their courses. Read more...