High School Students

Start your journey at CGCC

As you map out your future, give yourself the advantage of a head start. Set yourself up for success by exploring potential career paths, but don’t stop there — earn college credits now by taking college classes while you’re still in high school.


High School Students

Dual Enrollment at CGCC

Dual Enrollment

Give yourself a head start. Earn college credits at CGCC by taking classes at your high school.

Concurrent Enrollment at CGCC

Concurrent Enrollment

Whether home-schooled or unable to benefit from our other early college programs, Concurrent Enrollment allows you to attend classes on our campus and earn college credit before your high school graduation.



Find out if you qualify for this scholarship program, which lets you take college courses in high school.

Hoop of Learning at CGCC

Hoop of Learning

Transition to college with this program, designed for registered members of state and federally recognized tribal nations.

Graduating Seniors

Graduating Seniors

If you’re a high school senior, now is the time to start planning your next move. If you’re thinking about attending CGCC after graduation, our timeline will make sure you don’t miss a step. Take advantage of opportunities to meet with CGCC reps and tour the campus. Then, get the information you need to complete the admissions process, register for classes, and more, so you’re ready for a great start to your first semester of college!

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The cost per credit hour

The cost per credit hour

The cost per credit hour. It really pays to start at Chandler-Gilbert and transfer to a larger university

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It pays to stay

From smaller class sizes and lower overall costs to dedicated, award-winning faculty, starting at CGCC makes sense. Our seamless transfer partnerships with Arizona universities, our career preparation and support services, and our thriving campus life ensure you can make the most of your college experience and be well-prepared when it’s time to take the next steps.

*Data includes a sampling of Arizona universities in-state tuition rates (private and state)

High School Students