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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College Ser vices & Regulations | CGCC Catalog & Student Handbook 2019-2020 2 3 Student Helpline Support for student concerns, complaints and college wide issues in and out of the college classroom. Chandler-Gilbert Community College is committed to the development of our students. Students may need support to review and resolve complaints, concerns and issues that they face here at the college in and out of the classroom. The following steps are recommended to any student who has a problem and need some guidance as to next steps. This support relates to any college issues related to classes, faculty, other students, college services, college staff and events and activities. We will also help direct students to personal and academic support. Our role is not to judge your complaint or concern but to help you resolve it in an appropriate manner. If you need someone to help you figure out where to start with you complaint or concern, please follow the steps listed below. 1. Call 480-732-7322 for support. We will listen to your concern and help direct you through the appropriate process. We offer non-judgmental support to all CGCC students. This office serves as an advocate for any student issues at CGCC. 2. You can leave a recorded message on this line 24 hours a day. Please leave your name, your concern and a student advocate will return your call and help you with your issue, complaint or concerns. 3. Email directly. Please explain what is happening, your name and the best way to contact you. Emails are responded to on a daily basis. The VFSA's Office provides information on all student services and the following MCCCD policies: • Student Rights and Responsibilities • Student Conduct and Grievances • ADA Accommodations • Sexual Harassment Issues • 504 and Title IX Student Housing Student residential living is available at the Williams Campus for those students who meet eligibility and criteria. Two-, three-, four-, and five bedroom houses and residential hall rooms and suites are available for rent. Housing at the Williams Campus is open to any student enrolled in the minimum number of credit hours at one of the Maricopa Community Colleges. Verification of Continuing Students and Good Standing: Student status and eligibility to remain in residential living will be verified each term. To remain in good standing and continue residing on the Williams Campus, students need to be enrolled throughout the term(s) and meet all requirements of the housing agreement. Contact the Williams Campus Housing Office at 480-727-1700 for specific information, or visit Student Identification Cards Student identification (ID) cards are obtained from the Enrollment Services Office, located in the Coyote Center at the Pecos Campus, or in Bluford Hall at the Williams Campus. The first card is free and can be obtained after enrolling in courses. The card is used to access many of the services on campus including the Library and Fitness Center and should be kept from semester to semester. Replacement cards can be purchased for $5 at Student Financial Services, located in the Coyote Center, at the Pecos Campus, or Bluford Hall at the Williams Campus. Student Immunization Students who were born after January, 1957, and who were not immunized after 1968 are urged to seek immunization for measles/rubella to safeguard their health and to prevent illness that could interrupt their educational plans. Students transferring to one of the three state universities must have up-to-date immunization records. All Arizona state universities require immunization for admittance.

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