April 15, 2015

CHC Art Club PRINT JAM! 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Wed., April 22 @ LADM Breezeway with special design available in honor of Adam Diaz

Wednesday, April 22, 9-5 LADM Breezeway

Bring your own thing (tshirt/hoodie/undies *new!*) $6 per print

Questions? https://facebook.com/chcartclub

April 14, 2015

Grief Counseling Available

In light of the recent tragic deaths of CHC students, grief counseling is available on campus. Counselors are available to meet with students individually and in groups today as well as over the coming days and weeks. Please visit or contact the Health and Wellness office at 909-389-3272 located in SSB-101. If you feel in need of additional assistance, we have a list of community mental health resources.

April 13, 2015

Career & Transfer Fair: April 21-23, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. @ LADM Breezeway

April 13, 2015

Health @ Safety Fair: Wed., April 15, 10 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Quad

April 01, 2015

Photography 101: The Perfect Polaroid

April 01, 2015

Get Your Degree in Home Economics

April 01, 2015

New Aquatics Classes (For Men Only)

April 01, 2015

Adult Education Now Includes Driver’s Ed

April 01, 2015

Beginning Typing Courses Now Offered!

April 01, 2015

Our State-of-the-Art Computer Labs

March 11, 2015

CHC 2015 Distinguished Alumnus to be Recognized at Annual Gala

Bach to Beatles to Bono; Pavarotti to Presley to Paisley; Sinatra to Streisand to Swift… Students Rock! Tour is the theme for the annual Crafton Hills College (CHC) Foundation Gala scheduled for Saturday, March 28th. Festivities begin at 6 p.m. at the National Orange Show in San Bernardino. Attendees are encouraged to represent their favorite band or artist with t-shirts or costumes.

March 04, 2015

50 Years Ago in Civil Rights History: Display in PAC

The CHC Theater Program is presenting an exhibit/installation:  "50 Years Ago in Civil Rights History" in the lobby of the PAC. The exhibit consists of four panels, each eight feet long representing a chronology of the ground-breaking Civil Rights events in January, February and March of 1965, exactly 50 years ago. The events mainly concern the struggle for voting rights in the South, focusing on Martin Luther King’s voting rights campaign in Selma, Alabama. King’s campaign ultimately led to the epic March to Montgomery and to the passage of the voting rights Act of 1965 proposed by President Lyndon Johnson. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to see the exhibit and to post comments in the book by the exhibit.

February 23, 2015

Accreditation Status Letter to CHC Students

CHC Students,
You may have seen in the papers or heard from your friends that Crafton Hills College is on "warning."
We want you to know, CHC is still fully accredited. So, what does "warning" mean and how will it affect you?

February 17, 2015

Crafton Hills Withdraws its Approved B.A. Program

Crafton Hills College is withdrawing its participation in the baccalaureate degree pilot program recently authorized by the California Community Colleges Board of Governors. "In light of our recent warning status with ACCJC, we are compelled to withdraw our Emergency Services & Allied Health Systems degree," says Dr. Cheryl Marshall, president.

February 11, 2015

CHC Placed on "Warning" Status by Accrediting Commission

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) and Crafton Hills College (CHC) have both received the results of their multi-year Accreditation site visit and reporting cycle from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). Both schools have been placed on "warning" status and must submit follow-up reports addressing the areas of concern by March 15, 2016. Accrediting Team visits will follow the filing of the follow-up reports.

February 02, 2015

Black History Month

January 20, 2015

Crafton Hills Selected to Offer Bachelor's Degree in Pilot Program

Crafton Hills College is poised to address an emerging demand in the health care and public safety fields by offering a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Services and Allied Health Systems.

January 15, 2015

Crafton Hills Proposes to Offer B.A. Degree in Emergency Services and Allied Health Systems

Crafton Hills College is poised to address an emerging demand in the health care and public safety fields by proposing a bachelor’s degree in Emergency Services and Allied Health Systems.

January 15, 2015

San Manuel Grant Helps CHC Students

Photo Caption: Destinique Brown, benefactor of the ISEEK grant from San Manuel, works in the CHC Disabled Student Services & Programs (DSPS) office.

Crafton Hills College (CHC) is already seeing results from the grant it received from San Manuel Band of Mission Indians in August 2014. "Without the opportunity to work on campus, I would be working dead end jobs, paycheck to paycheck," said Destinique Brown. "Because of my job as a student assistant, I imagine not only a career that provides a good living, but one that impacts the lives of others."

January 14, 2015

New Fitness Center Open—Take Kinesiology Classes this Spring

January 09, 2015

FREE Off-Campus Parking Available

Additional Parking available off-campus.  No Parking permit required.  Ride Omnitrans for free with your Student ID.

Avoid the Parking Crunch!

Crafton Hills College has added FREE parking off campus! The additional parking lot is located at the corner of Sand Canyon and Chapman Heights Rd. (see map). Parking in that lot will not require a CHC parking permit.

December 22, 2014

CHC Receives $15,000 Edison Grant

Rick Hogrefe, dean of arts and sciences; Dr. Cheryl Marshall, president; Col. David Raley, CHC Foundation president; June Yamamoto, dean of career education and human development; and Michelle Riggs, assistant director of resource development; accept a check from Annette Franco, region manager for Southern California Edison (third from the left). The $15,000 check is earmarked for STEM scholarships and fire academy curriculum.

Crafton Hills College recently accepted a check for $15,000 from Edison International for scholarships and instruction.

December 22, 2014

Happy Holidays

December 18, 2014

CHC in the Top 10!

December 02, 2014

Open Classes for Spring!