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Program Awards & Recognition

President's Honor Roll
The President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, launched in 2006, annually recognizes institutions of higher education for their commitment to and achievement in community service. Chandler-Gilbert Community College has been a proud recipient of this award since the inaugural year.

President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll​

Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification, 2006 and 2015

The Carnegie Foundation Elective Community Engagement Classification, launched in 2006, is an elective classification recognizing higher education institutions and their surrounding communities for their reciprocal partnerships benefitting all stakeholders.

Community Engagement Classification by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching 

Innovation of the Year
Teacher Education + Service-Learning + On-Line = Success
The CGCC Teacher Education Program has service learning as a core component of the curriculum of every course; therefore, each semester, 375-425 students are individually placed in local classrooms for 20-30 hours of service. In 2009, the service learning team, in partnership with TSS and Teacher Education faculty, implemented a web-based system for placing and monitoring students’ service in the schools. Moving the Teacher Education service learning placement process on-line has benefited students who are now placed in school classrooms more expediently. The program and process has earned respect and praise from the local school districts who have increased confidence in the CGCC systems for fingerprint management, placement, and monitoring of our students in their schools.