Chandler-Gilbert Community College

Fall 2019-Spring 2020 Catalog

Chandler-Gilbert Community College Course Catalog and Student Handbook for the 2017-2018 year.

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1 6 CGCC Catalog & Student Handbook 2019-2020 | College Ser vices & Regulations courses enhance learning and promote higher level cognitive skills. Best of all, transition from high school to college begins early and occurs in a familiar and comfortable environment. To learn more about Dual Enrollment offerings with our partner school districts please visit or call 480-732-7006. Early College The Office of Early College provides programs for K-12 students. The office oversees the following programs: ACE Program The ACE Program (Achieving a College Education) is an early college, two-year tuition scholarship college preparation program for high school students. The mission of the ACE Program is to increase the college success rate of underrepresented, financially disadvantaged, and/or first-generation college-bound students. Students must demonstrate evidence of commitment to completing from the program while attending high school. Students may apply directly through this office at myaceadvisor@ or through the ACE contact at their high school. Hoop of Learning (Native American Students) The Hoop of Learning program at CGCC is designed to provide educational opportunities for Native American students in high school grades 9 through 12 to earn college credits. Native American high school students can apply with CGCC or through their local high school counselor. For more information, please email the Early College Program at Special Events The Office of Early Outreach works with a variety of K-12 and community partners to create college-bound events for K-12 students. An example of our successful partnerships with the Chandler Unified School District is a program called Destination College. Destination College is a summer school program for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders. Students learn about the importance of reaching their educational goals while they are still in elementary school. For more information, please call 480-732-7205. Enrollment Ser vices Enrollment services, located on the Pecos Campus in the Coyote Center, and Bluford Hall at our Williams location, includes Academic Advisement; Admissions, Records, and Registration; Financial Aid; the Testing Center; New Student Orientation; and Recruitment Services. These departments help ensure student success by facilitating the advisement, registration and retention of students. See also: Admissions, Records and Registration on page 13 and Financial Aid page 17 and Veterans Services on page 26. New Student Orientation All new-to-college, degree & transfer-seeking students are required to attend Coyote Kickoff (Initial Advisement/New Student Orientation). This includes students who have earned college credit through ACE, Dual Enrollment, or Hoop of Learning programs and are now high school graduates. At Coyote Kickoff, academic advisors and college staff assist you with registering for your first semester courses. You will learn how to access and navigate the online Student Center, discuss major and degree requirements, review important college policies, student resources, and prepare for a successful first semester at CGCC. Of fice of Student Recruitment The Office of Student Recruitment provides information to future students about various academic programs, services, and resources available at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. To schedule a campus tour or request information, call 480-732-7385, visit the web at or email Placement Testing To make the enrollment process easier, our colleges offer multiple placement options for English, math, and reading courses: high school transcript review, ACT Scores, GED scores, and/or placement tests.

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