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Chaffey Transportation Scholarships Available

Students, here’s a great opportunity get extra money for school! Chaffey College has six Transportation Scholarships available for $500 each.

To be eligible, you must write a 1-2 page, double-spaced, typed essay that describes how you get to and from campus without the use of a car. Explain your typical commute, how you feel about it, and how it affects your college experience. If applicable, you also may address how receiving this scholarship would improve your current transportation situation.

To apply click here for the application form.

Scholarship applications are due in Student Activities by Monday, March 23 at 2:00 p.m. Good luck!

Go Smart summer update

Have questions about who is eligible for Go Smart during the summer? Here’s the scoop:

Chaffey, Crafton Hills  &
San Bernardino Valley Colleges 

If you are a student who was enrolled during the prior spring semester at Chaffey College, Crafton Hills College or San Bernardino Valley College, you can continue to receive unlimited rides with your student ID through July. Your Go Smart transportation fee was covered in your spring student fees.

If you are a summer student NOT enrolled in the prior spring semester at one of the above colleges, you are NOT eligible for unlimited rides through Go Smart.  Summer student fees do not include the Go Smart transportation fee.

Cal State San Bernardino

Cal State students are covered for the summer quarter and, thanks to financial support from Associated Students Inc., the Go Smart program will continue in 2014-15!

Art Institute of California – Inland Empire

The Art Institute of California – Inland Empire is year round; students currently enrolled who also have a Go Smart pass ID can ride free.

Students at the charter schools below are covered through the end of their spring semester, NOT during the summer break.  

  • Academy of the Inland Empire
  • Alternative Learning Center/Destination Diploma
  • ASA Charter School
  • Youthbuild

Go Smart students at San Bernardino Valley College