5885 Haven Ave
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
About the college
George and William Chaffey laid the cornerstone for the Chaffey College School of Agriculture on March 17, 1883. This date has been identified as Founders' Day at Chaffey College. It is a community college that is the oldest community California College. The college’s general education serves as a basis for students to transfer to a four-year college.
Chaffey College is on 200 acres located in San Gabriel Mountains. The do not have on campus housing but you can get help from the Student office on some apartments and rooms to rent. They will help you find it but will not secure it for you. Chaffey offers a Preschool program and a Center based program for children 18 months to kindergarten. The children go the same time parents do and are closed for summer and winter breaks. Students who are in Child development serve as apprentices who learn while providing daycare to other students. Athletics are very popular at Chaffey just like all other schools. They have volleyball, football, baseball, men and women’s soccer, as well as water polo. There is also Campus Police to provide for the safety of all students, staff, and visitors to Chaffey College.
The courses offered are intent on improving your skills and you have over 60 to choose from. You are sure to find the course that leads to your career path. Some of these courses include nursing, automotive, aeronautics, hotel, and food management services.
Students can also study abroad to many destinations around the world. They are all taught by Chaffey faculty and all courses are a part of the Chaffey curriculum. Financial aid is available for studying abroad as well. Therefore, your dreams of being in a different country can come true even if you do not have the money to go.
College Type: 2-year, Public
Offering: Less than one year certificate, One but less than two years certificate, Associate's degree, Two but less than 4 years certificate
Campus Setting: Suburb, Large
Campus Housing Available: No
Student Population: 18736, 100% undergraduates