Continue Your Education At CGCC After Dual Enrollment
CGCC offers many opportunities to recent high school
graduates that can help you continue on your academic path, from new student
orientations to help you get to know the college, to scholarships that can pay
for up to two full years of classes. Check out the links below to find out
about all of the resources we offer at Chandler-Gilbert Community College.
Honors Program –
dual enrollment students are already prepared to function at a high academic
level, and the Honors Program gives them an opportunity to continue striving
for academic excellence. Honors students can become members of the Phi Theta
Kappa honors society, attend exclusive honors events and activities, and apply
for scholarships that can pay for up to two
full years of tuition. Eligibility for the scholarship isn’t
just determined by class ranking, but can also be awarded by achieving a high
enough score on placement tests.
Campus Tours – Campus tours are offered by appointment only.
For tours on the Pecos Campus please contact the Recruitment Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 480-732-7385. To schedule a
tour on the Williams Campus please contact Jasmine Mercado at email@example.com or 480-988-8174
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.
Explore Careers – our Career Services are
there to help you with all of your job-related needs. With their help, you can
apply for internships, refine your resume, or connect your major to a career
once you graduate.
Education – if you need assistance paying for your classes,
CGCC’s Financial Aid department is available to let you know about available
options. They can help you apply for federal financial aid and grants, as well
as let you know what kinds of scholarships may be available to you.
Academic Programs – CGCC offers a variety of majors and certificates to students. You can go for an Associate’s Degree in such fields as biology, English, and business, or even get a specialized degree from our Nursing or Aviation and Aeronautics programs. We also offer the Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) certificate, which covers lower-division general education requirements for students planning on transferring to any public community college or university in Arizona. Even better, the AGEC certificate usually transfers as a block without any loss of credit!