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Chaffey College
Faculty Senate | Student Resources for Syllabi
Fall 2019
Mission Statement
Chaffey College inspires hope and success by improving lives and our community in a dynamic, supportive, and engaging environment of educational excellence, where our diverse students learn and benefit from foundation, career, and transfer programs.
Vision Statement
Chaffey College: Improving lives through education
Academic Support
Student Success Centers
Chaffey College has created a network of Student Success Centers – offering free tutorials, workshops, learning groups, directed learning activities, and computer/resources access – to assist students in their academic development and success.
A current Chaffey College photo ID card is required for all Success Center services. Walk-ins are welcome, and advanced appointments are available for most services. Call the centers or consult the college website.
Student Success Center
Online appointments:
Chino Campus Success Center
Multidisciplinary Success CenterCHMB-145909-652-8150
Fontana Campus Success Center
Multidisciplinary Success CenterFNFC-122909-652-7408
Rancho Campus Success Center
Language Success CenterBEB-101909-652-6907/652-6820
Math Success CenterMath-121909-6526452
Multidisciplinary Success CenterLibrary909-652-6932
Rancho Campus Library: Mon-Thurs 7:30am-8pm / Fri 8am-4pm / Sat 10am-3pm / CLOSED Sunday
Fontana and Chino Cybrary: Mon & Thurs 7:45am-3:45pm / Tues & Wed 7:45am-7:45pm / Fri 10am-2pm / Sat 10am-3pm / CLOSED Sunday
Closed on the following holidays: 9/2, 11/11, 11/28-12/1
One Book, One College
The One Book, One College Committee strives to create a community of readers across the curriculum at Chaffey College and within the communities it serves. Each year, the committee selects a college book and creates a diverse series of related events. Students are encouraged to participate in these activities to enrich their educational experience at Chaffey.
Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art
The Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art serves as a learning lab featuring temporary exhibitions of innovative contemporary art throughout the year. Exhibitions and programming are organized with our students in mind in order to augment their academic experience by complementing the college’s curricula and broadening the understanding of contemporary art. Our exhibitions allow visitors to see and experience a variety of contemporary artistic practices that examine timely and relevant topics.
Health Services
Student Health Services
Student Health Services is dedicated to assisting students to achieve and maintain optimum physical, mental and emotional health. We are committed to providing quality healthcare at a reasonable cost. All currently enrolled full and part time Chaffey College students on the Rancho Cucamonga Campus or any off campus site may utilize the services of the Student Health Office. Please have your Chaffey ID ready.
Rancho CampusMACC-202(909) 652-6331
Chino CampusCHMB-105(909) 652-8190
CCSG Scholarships
The Chaffey College Student Government (CCSG) awards approximately $100,000 in scholarships each spring semester to Chaffey students. Visit the Office of Student Life or call 652-6590 for details.
Foundation Scholarships
The mission of the Chaffey College Foundation is that no individual be denied an education at Chaffey College due to a lack of financial resources. Essential to this mission is the wide array of scholarship opportunities available to Chaffey College students. All Chaffey College students may qualify for Foundation scholarships. Criteria may be based on GPA, major, or units registered. Citizenship is not a requirement to qualify for Foundation scholarships.
How to apply for a Foundation Scholarship Application:
1. Visit to access our scholarship application link. You will be directed to the electronic application form. The link is active August 13, 2019 - September 1, 2019 for the fall 2019 semester.
2. Complete the application entirely on the directed link and submit electronically.
3. Check your panther email two to three weeks after the application deadline for award notification.
Student Support Services and Resources
Brothers Forum
The Brothers Forum is a series of bi-weekly meetings that include mentorship, success stories, study sessions, professional development, and campus engagement. Our vision is to inspire African American males to reveal who they are and empower them to achieve their life goals. The Brothers Forum is designed to provide the support and guidance required during our students’ journeys toward success in obtaining a post-secondary education that will align with their career pathways. Contact: Ray Austin, 909-652-6549 or
Campus Store (formerly Bookstore)
The Campus Store is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting the mission of the College, academic programs, and student life by providing a wide range of services including new, used, rental, and digital textbooks, fax and print services, supplies, art kits, food items, apparel, electronics, uniforms, and much more. As a College owned and operated auxiliary unit, 100% of our revenue fuels support for students, faculty, staff and the Chaffey community. The Campus Store has four store locations: Rancho Campus Store and Panther Express, Chino Campus Store, and Fontana Campus Store. The hours of operation range from 7am-7pm, Monday – Saturday. Visit for online purchases, current and extended hours of operation, textbook availability and price comparisons, textbook buyback information, and more.
Center for Culture and Social Justice (CCSJ)
Mission Statement: The Center for Culture and Social Justice (CCSJ) is a culturally conscious safe-haven dedicated to cultivating socially responsive leaders. Unwaveringly committed to fostering solidarity and amplifying the student voice, the CCSJ will evolve with the needs of our student population, always seeking to empower, inspire and encircle the Panther community.
Monday-Friday8am - 5pm
The CalWORKs Program at Chaffey College assists students who receive cash aid and are required to participate in Welfare-to-Work/GAIN programs. Students must be either enrolled, or plan to enroll in an academic program at Chaffey College and must be receiving cash aid for themselves as well as for their child/children. We provide educational planning services to students and collaborate with the San Bernardino County Transitional Assistance Department (TAD), Los Angeles County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS), and Riverside County DPSS to help students meet their Welfare-to-Work/GAIN requirements. Students meet with a counselor for completion of required documents (Individual Education Plans, training verifications for child care approval, attendance, progress reports, book requests, etc.) as well as for regular progress checks. CalWORKs counselors trained in Welfare-to-Work legislative requirements meet with each student individually to address barriers to academic success and provide resources and referrals as appropriate.
Campus Police Department
The Chaffey College Police Department is operational 24 hours a day, seven days a week, year-round. There is always a police officer on duty who will respond to calls for assistance. The phone number for a police response is (909) 652-6911. The police department lobby at the Rancho Campus is open Monday through Thursday 7:00 am to 5:30 pm. Lost and found property is maintained by the Chaffey College Police Department located on the Rancho Campus in Campus Center East next to the Bookstore. Students can also request an escort throughout the three campuses and parking lots.
Career Center
The Career Center helps Chaffey College students find meaningful careers. The Career Center offers career counseling, career assessments, resume assistance, interview preparation, job search strategies, student employment, and career related workshops. The Career Center hosts a career assessment and planning tool entitled Focus2Career. Students can access this tool by logging into the MyChaffey portal and clicking on Focus2Career. The Career Center is located on the Rancho Campus in MACC 203. Appointments with Career Counselors are available at Rancho, Chino, Fontana and online. Please call 909-652-6511 for more information.
Child Development Center
The Child Development Center, located at the Rancho Cucamonga Campus, provides low cost, high quality child care services for children ages 18 months to Kindergarten. The Center is licensed by the State of California, Title 22, and provides subsidized childcare services through funding from the California State Department of Education. Parents who are eligible for free or reduced childcare services will pay fees according to a sliding fee scale provided by the State Department of Education. The center participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) offered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and serves meals at no separate charge to all enrolled children. The Child Development Center welcomes all children regardless of sex, race, religion, ethnicity, national origin or ability. This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer. Students enrolled in various child development courses may complete their assignments in the Child Development Center program. Pediatric Nursing, Psychology, and Food Service Management courses utilize the Child Development Center as a field of placement site. For information on fees, enrollment procedures, or job openings please call (909) 652-6875.
Counseling Department
The Counseling Department provides in-person and online career, academic, and personal counseling to assist students in successfully completing their educational goals. Services include orientation, assessment, comprehensive educational planning, graduation applications, external transcript evaluations and prerequisite verifications, educational planning workshops, college success and career exploration courses, specialized programs such as AMAN/AWOMAN/Umoja, Puente, and Opening Doors to Excellence. The department is located in the lower north lobby of the Student Services Administration building. Counseling services are also provided at the Chino and Fontana campuses. In-person counseling appointment: (909) 652-6200. Distance counseling appointment: (909) 652-6210.
CROSSROAD Scholars (formerly incarcerated)
To promote equitable and socially just practices for our CROSSROAD Scholar students that will prepare them for a successful transitional journey to their career and aspirational goals; promote autonomy and positive relationships with others; and have access to the necessary resources to be successful in college without feeling followed by their history. Contact, 909-652-6549 or
Disability Programs & Services
Chaffey College’s Disabled Students Programs and Services, or DPS, serves an estimated 1500 students across all Chaffey campuses. DPS serves students with physical, learning, and psychological/psychiatric disabilities by providing accommodations based on the type of disability and verifying documentation. Services include academic counseling, disability related counseling and referral for community resources, test accommodations, tram services, adapted computer lab, assistive technology training, assessment, and equipment loan. (909) 652-6379.
Dreamers / Undocumented Students
Students who are undocumented / AB 540 / DACA recipients are welcome at Chaffey College and should visit the Dreamers’ website for more information:
Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a counseling program designed to ensure student retention and success through academic support and financial assistance for eligible students. EOPS offers a number of supportive counseling related services under the umbrella of EOPS which include:
- Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE), a program that serves a limited number of EOPS students who are qualified single heads of household parents, providing additional support services beyond those available through EOPS.
- NEXT Up is a new counseling component of EOPS (initiated in Fall 2018) aimed at strengthening and supporting the higher education success, health and well-being of qualified current and former foster youth who are enrolled in at least 9 units.
The ultimate goal of EOPS and all supportive programs within EOPS, is to assist students with completion of a certificate program, an associate degree, and/or transfer to a four-year college. EOPS counseling services are available at Rancho, Chino and Fontana. Call (909) 652-6349/652-6358 for more information or feel free to visit the program webpage @
Faculty Advisors
Faculty Advisors provide the opportunity for students to obtain valuable major and career information regarding their chosen field of study. Faculty Advisors are located in various locations across Chaffey College’s campuses. Visit the program’s website:
GPS Centers
The Guiding Panthers to Success centers (GPS) provide new and returning Chaffey College students with assistance in registration, unit load planning, logging in and utilization of MyChaffeyView, campus resources, as well as the development and creation of Abbreviated Education Plans (first year course recommendations). Our current Chaffey College students can also visit the GPS center to check progress on academic goals through an online tool known as “Degree Audit.” Many services are provided on a walk-in basis.
Rancho GPS: VSS-111Chino GPS: CHMB-240 Fontana GPS: FNFC-121
Grad Guru App
Want to succeed at Chaffey? Download the free GradGuru app for important reminders and tips that will help you achieve your goals. Information on deadlines, campus events, and college resources is right at your fingertips. Earn electronic badges to motivate you and redeem rewards! Get it on Google Play or download at the Apple App Store.
Honors Program
The Honors Program provides an intellectual and cultural community for students at Chaffey College. Program benefits include smaller classes, creative and challenging coursework, academic enrichment activities, and scholarships. Students also have opportunities to present research at scholarly conferences, build social responsibility through community service, and receive ongoing personalized academic advisement as well as support during the transfer process. Students who complete the Honors Program may take advantage of our transfer agreements with prestigious institutions like UCLA. Visit http:/// or SSA-122 for more information and admission requirements.
Independent Scholars
Independent Scholars Program is a counseling support program aimed at providing unique and personalized educational services to current and former foster youth. It serves as a resource by assisting students at all stages of their college career and equipping them with skills necessary to transfer to a four year university or the vocation of their choice. Participants in the Independent Scholars Program receive priority registration, individual counseling support, grants for textbooks and educational supplies, skill-building workshops, mentoring, referrals to community and campus resources, and a student support network. Contact: Abel Berdusco, 909-652-6548 or
Panther Pantry
The Panther Pantry provides FREE food supplies to Chaffey College students who are experiencing hardship. The Panther Pantry empowers Chaffey College students to reach their full academic potential by providing food to those in need, promoting the value of nutrition, and increasing food insecurity awareness to our community. Our goal is to inspire hope and academic excellence as we respect the dignity of each student we serve. Contact: Tiffany Coleman, 909-652-6505 or
Pride, Unity, Leadership, Sexuality, and Education (PULSE)
PULSE strives to create a campus climate of acceptance and visibility for our LGBTQ population by supporting individuals across the spectrums of gender, sexuality and intersectional experiences. Contact: Abel Berdusco, 909-652-6548,
Sisters Forum
The Sisters Forum is a series of bi-weekly meetings for women deigned to create a safe space for real talk, real connections mentorship, and campus engagement. We seek to empower African American women to realize their full potential and achieve their dreams. Contact: Adrienne Grayson, 909-652-6506 or
Transfer Center
The Transfer Center is located in SSA 120 on the Rancho Cucamonga Campus. We are open Monday and Thursday from 7:30am to 7:00pm; Tuesday and Wednesday 7:30am-4:30pm; and Friday 7:30am-4:00pm. All services are provided on a walk-in basis. Transfer services are also available at the Fontana and Chino campuses, please contact our office for days and times. Our telephone number is (909) 652-6233 or visit our website at for additional information.
Transitional Services