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Legacy Wall
October 27, 2023

Legacy Society Donor Event Unveils Commemorative Plaques in Honor of Generous Contributors

The Crafton Hills College Foundation hosted a reception to honor and celebrate the generosity of Legacy Society donors on October 20.

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October 27, 2023

Crafton Hills College, PassEDA host regional transportation event focused on change to travel in Riverside County

Change is on the horizon for those traveling to and from Riverside County, according to the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC), a group that provides transportation solutions that support the growing region and its economy.

Ivan Pena with Crafton Mascot
October 20, 2023

Dean Ivan Peña Wins 2023 Toward-A-Shared-Vision Award for Excellence in Innovation by GIA

Crafton Hills College Dean of Student Equity and Success Dr. Ivan Peña has been selected to receive a 2023 Toward a Shared Vision Award for Excellence in Innovation by Growing Inland Achievement, a regional K-16 collaborative that works to achieve educational and economic equity in the Inland Empire.


Children and instructors with safety dummy
October 20, 2023

Child Development Center Safety Week

A non-emergency introduction to safety is an important part of early learning at the Crafton Hills College Child Development Center.

Girl Scouts sitting in ambulance
October 19, 2023

Girl Scouts Visit Crafton Hills College to Explore Allied Health and Medical Career Pathways

It was an exciting day for the girls of the San Gorgonio Girl Scouts as they stepped into the world of healthcare and medical careers during the Allied Health and Medical Career Day at Crafton Hills College.

Tales of Horror and Suspense poster
October 12, 2023

CHC Embraces 'Spooky Season' with First-Time Telling of Themed Production, 'Tales of Horror and Suspense'

Spooky season is here, and the Crafton Hills College Theatre program is celebrating with a first-time stage production filled with scary but festive narratives.

Transfer Fair
October 12, 2023

Crafton's annual Transfer Fair connects students directly to universities.

Meeting the needs of its diverse student population is Crafton Hills College’s top goal.

Students in lab
October 10, 2023

Crafton Hills College anthropology students learn how to extract DNA with common ingredients.

Anthropology Professor Cheryl DiBartolo believes science is for everyone.

California Emergency Medical Services Authority Seal
October 10, 2023

Crafton's Paramedic Program Director advocates against State proposed licensure increase

Director of Crafton Hills College’s Emergency Medical Services Program Amanda Ward has always been an advocate for her college and her program. So, when she learned the state legislature was considering increasing paramedic licensure fees, Ward traveled across the state to oppose any such increase.