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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2 0 CGCC Catalog & Student Handbook 2019-2020 | College Ser vices & Regulations The libraries at Chandler-Gilbert Community College offer a full-range of library services that support the academic mission of the College. The libraries provide access to a full-range of information in a variety of formats including web-based, traditional print and multimedia. Library faculty teach the identification, location, and critical evaluation of the dynamic information world. We also provide virtual and face-to-face reference assistance. Library staff assists patrons with interlibrary loan requests, course reserves, and study room reservations. The Library has 10 conference/study rooms; three library instruction classrooms; access to subscription databases; magazines, journals, and newspaper display and storage; and wireless Internet access. Electronic Resources Students, faculty, and staff will use their MEID to access the Library's electronic resources. Student ID/ Librar y Cards See Student Identification Cards on page 23. Parking Students taking classes exclusively at the Pecos Campus are no longer required to obtain an MCCCD parking decal to park on campus property. Students parking at the Williams Campus must obtain and display a current academic year CGCC Williams Campus parking permit. These may be obtained from College Safety in Bluford Hall. Permits will be issued only after the refund deadline has passed for a student's earliest-starting class. Current enrollment in Williams Campus class(es) will be verified prior to a permit being issued. Students are limited to one permit. A new Williams Campus parking permit will need to be obtained each academic year (fall through the following spring and summer semesters). CGCC students and employees choosing to park vehicles on Arizona State University Polytechnic campus property are required to register their vehicles and purchase and display ASU parking decals. ASU parking decals can be purchased from the ASU Polytechnic Campus Decal Sales office located in the ASU Student Affairs Complex. CGCC students and employees are subject to ASU Polytechnic Campus parking and traffic regulations when parking on ASU Polytechnic Campus property and are also responsible for any citations and/or penalties resulting from parking violations. Practical Instruction Some courses and programs of study require students to participate in practical instruction, which may include internships, practicums, clinical placements, field experience or other types of hands-on demonstration by students of concepts or theories learned in instructional settings on campus or online. Practical instruction may require students to travel to approved sites throughout the Maricopa Community College District service area, and may also require students to meet eligibility requirements such as fingerprint clearance, background checks, drug testing, and operating various types of motor vehicles. Complete information on practical instruction can be found in recruitment materials and student handbooks for specific instructional programs. Maricopa Community College Police Department Maricopa Community Colleges Police Department are responsible for maintaining a safe, orderly, and peaceful atmosphere on campus to contribute to student development and success. It was formed with these objectives in mind, and is staffed by qualified safety personnel, including certified police officers. Maricopa Community Colleges Police are located in the Public Safety Building (PSB), at the Pecos Campus and in Bluford Hall at the Williams Campus. Students are encouraged to inform the on-duty officer about any situation that might warrant support for safety reasons (stalkers, potentially violent situations, orders of protection, etc.). Services to students, faculty, and staff include: • Providing safety escorts to and from parking lots upon request • Assisting students, faculty, and staff in case of accident or injury on campus • Providing minor assistance to motorists with disabled vehicles

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