May 25, 2017

Saturday Counseling Services Scheduled for June 3

Crafton Hills College will be offering assessment and advising services on Saturday, June 3 for people interested in registering for fall semester 2017. As an incentive to participate, those who complete the process on May 20 will be allowed to register for classes earlier than otherwise offered. As part of the 5-step process to register (1. Application, 2. Orientation, 3. Assessment, 4. Advisement, 5. Registration), assessment and advising are the only two that cannot be completed online. To make those steps more convenient for potential students, Crafton will provide assessment tests and counseling services on Saturday, May 20 beginning at 8 a.m. Reservations are required and can be made by calling the Counseling Office at 909-389-3366. First, students must complete the college application online, found at, and then complete the online orientation using the student ID# received during the application process. This student ID# will also be needed when calling to reserve a spot for Saturday, May 20.

May 16, 2017

New Certificates Target Job Skills And Employability

Crafton Hills College is offering two new skills certificates targeting job skills and employability. The Job Readiness Certificate and Workforce Literacy Certificate are a series of noncredit courses that provide training necessary to be competitive in the job market or to advance in a career, and are being offered as evening/weekend courses. The Job Readiness Certificate comprises four courses encompassing 72 hours: Blueprint for Workplace Success, Blueprint for Customer Service, 30 Ways to Shine as a New Employee, and Job Club. The Workforce Literacy Certificate comprises 6 courses encompassing 225 hours: Blueprint for Workplace Success, Blueprint for Customer Service, 30 Ways to Shine as a New Employee, Workplace Computing, Math Skills for the Workplace, and Reading & Writing for Workplace Communication or Workplace English as a Second Language. Classes start June 12th and finish August 9th, with morning and evening options available to accommodate all schedules. There are two free orientation/registration sessions scheduled: Thursday, June 8 at 5:30 p.m. or Friday, June 9 at 10 a.m. Interested participants should email Devon Werble at for more information, or complete the Participant Information Form.

February 27, 2017

$157 Million Awarded to SBCCD from Spectrum Auction

San Bernardino Community College District announced today that it expects to receive $157 million as a result of its voluntary participation in the Federal Communications Commission’s broadcast incentive auction to free up bandwidth for mobile and wireless providers.

February 15, 2017

Free Tax Preparation

The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program, sponsored by the Accounting program at Crafton Hills College and the Internal Revenue Service, provides free tax preparation services to individuals and families earning less than $54,000 a year who need assistance in preparing their own returns. VITA volunteers are CHC students who have completed a rigorous IRS-sponsored training and are certified by the IRS to provide basic income tax assistance to qualified individuals, including United States Veterans. Electronic filing is available free of charge.

January 24, 2017

City of Yucaipa Donates Fire Truck to Crafton Hills College

There was no shiny red truck for a photo because of inclement weather, but it didn’t dampen the appreciation from Crafton Hills College when they received a donation of a fire truck from the City of Yucaipa/CAL FIRE on Monday, January 23 at the Yucaipa City Council meeting.

January 20, 2017

Crafton Hills College Offering Credit for Work Experience

Crafton Hills College (CHC) will offer opportunities for work experience credit this semester. If you’re currently working, volunteering or interning, you can receive college credit to help advance you to a degree.

January 6, 2017

Open Sections for Spring

December 16, 2016

Canyon Hall Wins Award for Outstanding Design

Little Diversified Architectural Consultants announced that Crafton Hills College’s Canyon Hall has been selected for publication in Penton’s American School & University® 2016 Architectural Portfolio. The project is featured in the November 2016 edition of the magazine and also online at An annual competition honoring education design excellence, the Architectural Portfolio spotlights projects representing today’s most effective learning environments.

December 2, 2016

Increase Your Earnings with an Allied Health Degree

Students who earn health credentials, including two-year degrees or certificates, from career technical education programs at California community colleges increase their earnings by an average of 50 percent.

November 30, 2016

Student Leadership Conference Leads to Personal Transformation

Iris Perez reflects on her time at NCCWSL.

October 19, 2016

San Manuel Grant Helps Students Focus on Schools

A $150,000 grant from the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is benefiting dozens of Crafton Hills College (CHC) student employees, who say working on campus gives them experience while providing them with money for books, supplies and transportation.

October 18, 2016

Chenhung Chen Retrospective

October 18, 2016

Crafton Hills Recruiting for Men's and Women's Swim Teams

Crafton will add swimming to its intercollegiate athletics program next spring and is currently recruiting men and women swimmers.

July 11, 2016

San Bernardino Community College District Colleges Receive Full Accreditation Status

San Bernardino Valley College (SBVC) and Crafton Hills College (CHC) have both received the results of their follow-up Accreditation site visit and reporting cycle from the Accrediting Commission for Community and Junior Colleges (ACCJC). Both schools have been removed from “warning” status and their accreditation status fully restored.

July 5, 2016

University Coastal Trip is Once in a Lifetime Opportunity for Diverse Group

On May 31st, 18 Crafton Hills College students participated in a three-day university road trip to visit campuses on the central coastline. It was the first of its kind trip with the goal to expose first generation and underrepresented groups to higher education. Furthermore, it was the first time that all 18 students had participated in an overnight activity sponsored by the college.