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CHC Fire Cadet, Rubin Valverde.
November 30, 2023

SCE Awards $50,000 in Support of Crafton Hills College Student Programming and Scholarships

Crafton Hills College received a much- needed boost to its STEM-based and first responder programming, thanks to Southern California Edison.

Cynthia De Los Santos
November 30, 2023

Crafton Hills College student to join Cal Poly Pomona Aerospace Engineering Program

Cynthia De Los Santos has defied the odds.

Crafton President Kevin Horan and student
November 29, 2023

Crafton Hills College named 2023 Equity Champion for Higher Education

Crafton Hills College (Crafton) is a 2023 Equity Champion for Higher Education, a designation from The Campaign for College Opportunity, in recognition of its work in supporting and improving Black student transfer to universities.

Sputum Bowl Students
November 16, 2023

Crafton Hills College's Respiratory Care Program Captures Third Place in National Contest

Crafton Hills College’s respiratory care program continues to distinguish itself as a premier training program, among the nation’s best, by placing third in the Sputum Bowl, which, despite its humorously unglamorous name, is the time-honored competition among teams from respiratory therapy educational programs that have won their state’s Sputum Bowl contests to earn the right to compete on the national level. This event was held Nov. 5-8 in Nashville, TN, at the annual convention of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC). 

Walking tour
November 14, 2023

CHC's Sustainability Innovations

On Tuesday, November 14, Crafton Hills College (CHC) conducted a tour to showcase its sustainability efforts for a group of architectural students from the University of Southern California (USC).

Theatre students take a bow
November 13, 2023

'Horror' production brings in CHC Theatre Department's largest non-musical audience to date.

An original production of horror (tinged with humor) helped usher in Spooky Season at Crafton Hills College, and with it, the highest attended non-musical production in the recent history of the College’s Theatre Arts Department.

Local fourth and fifth grade students.
November 9, 2023

Crafton, San Manuel Hosts Native Learning Experience for Local Students

Local fourth and fifth graders were invited to participate in a special learning experience at Crafton Hills College focused on the region’s first people.

Faculty and staff at I AM FIRST Luncheon.
November 8, 2023

CHC's EOPS Department Hosts National First Generation College Celebrations

Fifty-five CHC staff and faculty attended the I AM FIRST Luncheon on Nov 7 and more than 200 students visited the resource fair on Nov 8.

ICPC Students
November 7, 2023

CHC Programming Students Perform Well in Regional International Collegiate Programming Contest

On Oct. 28, Professor of Computer Science Sandra Ruiz accompanied nine of her computer programming students to the Regional International Collegiate Programming Contest for colleges and universities in the region.

November 5, 2023

This Seat Is Yours: Crafton Hills College launches fundraiser in support of students in performing arts

The stage is almost set for Crafton Hills College’s all-new Finkelstein Performing Arts Center’s debut. But before the curtain lifts on the space in 2025, the Yucaipa-based college’s Foundation has put out the call for the community to sponsor a seat (or two).

EOPS Student
November 3, 2023

Growing Inland Achievement selects Crafton Hills College EOPS students for prestigious scholarship

Growing Inland Achievement (GIA), a regional K-16 collaborative working to achieve educational and economic equity in the Inland Empire, has selected Crafton Hills College (Crafton) student Diego Cruz and alum Tykisha Edwards as its Ayala Student Voice Scholarships award winners.

People in front of fire truck
November 1, 2023

City of Redlands donates fire engine to Crafton Hills College

The City of Redlands recently donated a firetruck to Crafton Hills College’s (CHC) Fire Academy, an asset that will support its firefighter training program. The Redlands City Council unanimously approved the donation and transfer of the fully equipped 2002 Seagrave firetruck to the college.

Faculty and students at the Dia de Los Muertos celebration.
November 1, 2023

Crafton Hills College Students Celebrated Dia de Los Muertos

At an event on Nov. 1, organized by English professors Andrew Guevara, Ashley Hayes, and Isidro Zepeda, students assembled a vibrant and colorful ofrenda, or altar. The ofrenda was adorned with marigolds, candles, and personal mementos and photograph.