Work 9-5? No problem, evening and online classes can fit your schedule!
Improve your job skills or start a new career path by taking classes in the evening or online. You can find a complete listing of courses offered below. Find out more about the degrees we offer by downloading a personalized brochure.
6 Steps to Successful Enrollment
- Apply Online
The online application can be accessed at www.craftonhills.edu/apply
- Apply for Financial Aid
Complete the FAFSA application (CHC School Code: 009272) or California Dream Act application (for undocumented students)
After three business days, contact the Financial Aid Office to meet with a Financial Aid Advisor online and open your file.
- Online Orientation
The Online Orientation, via your personal WebAdvisor account, is mandatory for all students to be eligible to register for courses and may take about one hour to complete.
Online Orientation Info
The Placement Process is mandatory for all students to be eligible to register for courses and is used to place students in college level Math and English. Access the Online Placement via the Test Center web page and then complete the process through your personal WebAdvisor account.
*If you previously attended another college and completed Math & English coursework, you may be exempt/waived from completing the placement process please make an online appointment with a Counselor
- New Student Advisement (NSA) Workshop Student Education Plan (SEP)
During the NSA workshop, counselors discuss college expectations, student support programs/services and prepare students to develop a Student Education Plan (SEP) based on the student's educational/career goals.
- If you are a new student (no prior college attendance), you must complete the New Student Advisement workshop prior to scheduling your Educational plan appointment. We will require students to provide proof of their certificate of completion.
- If you previously attended and successfully completed coursework at another college
or university, please visit Online Counseling to schedule a Student Education Plan (SEP) appointment.
- Register for Classes
Students must complete Online Orientation, Placement and NSA/SEP in order to receive priority registration. If you choose not to complete any of the above steps, you
will not be eligible to register for classes. Check your registration date and register for classes via WebAdvisor.
Information on How to Register:
*Print your Registration Statement from WebAdvisor. This is your receipt/proof of enrollment and also acts as your class schedule.
Federal and State financial aid is available. Complete the FAFSA to see if you qualify.
Our counselors will make sure you are on track to achieve your educational goal, whether it is a transfer degree or a career certificate.
The Tutoring Center provides one-on-one and small group tutoring in all subjects.
Engage in student clubs and College Hours—the more involved you are in your college experience, the more successful you’ll be. There are 25+ clubs to choose from.