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Fontana Campus

The Chaffey College Fontana campus offers a broad spectrum of general education, career and job-related coursework to help students transfer to a four-year university, advance in the workforce or reach other academic goals.  The 50,000-square-foot campus, spread out on eight acres in central Fontana, serves Chaffey Community College District’s eastern side. Chaffey College opened the campus in 1996.

Contact

16855 Merrill Ave.
Fontana, CA 92335

Maps

Interactive online map
Printable PDF map

 

Dean's Office

Jason Chevalier, Ph.D.
Interim Dean, Fontana Campus

 

Services

Chaffey College has transitioned to Online Classes and Services. Chat with a Chaffey Team Member.
www.chaffey.edu/toolkit

Academic Calendar 

Connect with Admissions/Photo ID Services

Connect with Cashier

Connect with Financial Aid

 

Campus Store

If you’re looking for textbooks, uniforms, supplies and Chaffey gear, go to the bookstore website to purchase these items and for hours of operation at the Rancho Cucamonga campus.  The Campus Store at Fontana Campus is currently closed.

 

CalWORKs

The program assists students who receive cash aid and are required to participate in Welfare-to-Work/GAIN. Go to the CalWORKs website for more information or go to the Chat with Counselors/Staff web page.

 

Career Center

The center helps student and alumni identify and achieve their career goals. Go to the Career Center webpage for more information.

 

Counseling

This office provides you with plenty of support to meet your academic and career goals.  Go to the Counseling webpage for more information.

 

CTE Counseling

This program is for students who prefer to jump right into the workforce after getting the skills they need or to transfer to a four-year university.  Go to the CTE Counseling webpage for more information.

 

Disability Programs and Services

This program serves disabled students in accordance with Title 5 regulations and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.  Go to the DPS webpage for more information.

 

Extended Opportunity Programs & Services (EOPS)

This program is a state-funded counseling program for economically and academically disadvantaged students to help them achieve their goals.  Go to the EOPS webpage for more information.

 

Guiding Panthers To Success (GPS) Center

This center provides new and returning students with assistance in registration, unit load planning, using MyChaffeyView, and the abbreviated educational plan.  Go to the GPS webpage for more information.

 

Cybrary (Library)

Library services can be accessed online.  The physical library is closed.  Go to the Library website or more information.

 

Multidisciplinary Success Center

This center can provide you with the tools to succeed in college, careers and life with workshops, free tutoring, learning groups and directed learning activities.  Go to the Multidisciplinary Success Center webpage for more information.

 

Placement and Testing

Placement and Testing is provided through the Counseling Department.  Go to the Placement and Testing webpage for more information.

 

Transfer Center

This center provides services and resources to help you navigate the transfer to a university or college. Go to the Transfer Center webpge for more information.