Crafton Hills College offers the following resources to students:

Admissions and Records Office

Admissions and Records oversees the admissions and registration process and maintains all student records and forms necessary to maintain enrollment status, including but not limited to application for admission, class changes, transcript requests, enrollment verification, name and address changes, class repetition, and a variety of petitions. Phone: 909-389-3372


Professional counselors offer assistance in educational, vocational, career, transfer, and personal counseling. Phone: 909-389-3366

Assessment Center

Assessment Testing is used at California community colleges to help counselors make recommendations to new students regarding what level of classes they should take to successfully achieve their educational goals. Phone: 909-389-3361

Financial Aid

The Financial Aid Office makes limited funds available to assist students in need and provides information on the Pell Grant, California State Grants, College Work Study, and Fee Waivers. Phone: 909-389-3223

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS)

Extended Opportunity Programs and Services (EOPS) is a state-funded program designed to assist in the admission and matriculation process of historically disadvantaged, low-income students. Phone: 909-389-3239

Cooperative Agencies Resources for Education (CARE)

As a supplemental component of the EOP&S program, CARE provides educational support services designed for the academically under-prepared, low income, single parent population. Grants and allowances for educationally related expenses are available.

California Work Opportunities and Responsibilities to Kids (CalWORKs)

The CHC CalWORKs program is available to assist any student or community resident who is receiving cash aid from the county and is interested in attending college. The program assists these students in successfully completing an approved certificate/occupational program and provides employment experience. Phone: 909-389-3239

Disabled Student Programs and Services

DSPS seeks to make its programs available to disabled individuals in the community to the same extent these programs are available to non-disabled individuals. Services include note-takers, tape recorder loans, readers, test proctoring, large print books, tutoring, mobility assistance, handicapped parking, interpreters for the deaf, pre-registration, and adapted computer technology. A program to support learning disabled students is also provided. Phone: 909-389-3325

Health and Wellness Center

The Health and Wellness Center staff includes nursing and support staff to assist students with medical problems. This office provides first aid and urgent care, health education, counseling programs, health promotion activities, and injury and illness prevention. Phone: 909-389-3272

Student Senate

The Associated Student Organization (ASO) of Crafton Hills College is the Student Senate, whose executive officers are elected in the spring semester and appointed officers are selected prior to the new academic year. The Student Senate is the governing body of the Associated Students of Crafton Hills College.

Phone: 909-389-3410


The Bookstore sells new books, used books, computer software, class schedules, the college catalog, school supplies, fun varieties of clothing, gifts, greeting cards, snacks, and beverages. Phone: 909-389-3250

University Transfer Center

The University Transfer Center (TC) assists students with the process of transferring to CSU, UC, Private and Out-of-State colleges and universities through a variety of services to ensure a smooth transition.  Services include counseling, workshops, transfer fairs, on-site university representatives to review your transcripts and assess your progress, university application and personal statement assistance, catalogs and web-based research support.  


Phone:  909-389-3399