Chaffey College is a comprehensive two-year college granting associate degrees and certificates to prepare students for academic advancement and professional careers. Students can pursue 28 transferrable degrees, as well as certificates, at the college’s three Inland Empire campuses, online and at high schools. The college, a federally-designated Hispanic-Serving Institution, has a diverse student body mirrors the diversity of Southern California. Founded in 1883, Chaffey is one of the oldest community colleges in the state.
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