High School College Advisors

Our college advisors in your school

To help you transition smoothly into college, and to better serve our high school partner districts, CGCC has embedded our own College Advisors at our area high schools. These advisors are available on high school campuses to help students navigate the college admissions process, answer any questions they may have, and support their search for the right academic programs. Our College Advisors are also ambassadors to programs that encourage high school students to prepare for college early, including:

  • Dual Enrollment, which allows students to earn high school and college credits at the same time
  • Concurrent Enrollment, where high school students can take courses with college students, either in person, online, or in hybrid formats
  • Hoop of Learning, an early high school-to-college bridge program designed to empower American Indian students
  • Achieving a College Education (ACE), a scholarship program supporting first-generation, underrepresented, financially disadvantaged college-bound students

Connect with your High School College Advisor

Our Advisors are ready to help you navigate the college admissions process, explore early college opportunities and provide support as you evaluate your program options!

Yocelyn Gomez-Garcia

Yocelyn Gomez-Garcia
Email: Yocelyn.Gomez.Garcia@cgc.edu
Phone: 480-726-4210
Location: Chandler High School, Hamilton High School

Originally from Compton, CA, Yocelyn has more than a decade of higher education experience assisting students from diverse academic, socioeconomic and cultural backgrounds. Her focus is on helping students develop the successful strategies needed to become lifelong learners and enhance their scholarly and professional growth.

Sandra Martinez

Sandra Martinez
Email: Sandra.Martinez@cgc.edu
Phone: 480-726-4209
Location: Gilbert High School, Mesquite High School

Originally from California, Sandra is fluent in Spanish and a graduate of San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. Her degree has given her the opportunity to give back to the community by being of service. She considers the ability to connect high school students to their college path the most rewarding aspect of her career.

Victoria Castro Corral

Victoria Castro-Corral
Email: victoria.castro.corral@cgc.edu
Phone: 480-461-6763
Location: East Valley Institute of Technology (EVIT) - Main & Power Campus

Victoria is an advocate and believes in everyone having access to college, no matter the age. She even started earning college credits in 6th grade! She is a Phoenix native and proud Latina, fluent in Spanish. She earned a Master of Arts in Social Justice and Human Rights along with a Bachelor of Science in Nonprofit Leadership and Management at Arizona State University and Associate in Arts at Phoenix College. She lives through her verb, initiate. “If not you, then who?” She is passionate about helping students feel empowered and confident about their goals and future!

Daniel Larsen

Daniel Larsen 
Email: Daniel.Larsen@cgc.edu
Phone: 480-726-4288
Location: Eastmark and Queen Creek High Schools

Daniel Larsen was born and raised in Mesa, Arizona and he has six siblings who all still live in this wonderful state. They often spend time together along with their many nieces and nephews. Daniel completed his Associates Degree at Mesa Community College, Bachelors at Arizona State University, and Masters of Education in School Counseling at Grand Canyon University. Daniel loves providing others with opportunities so they can be successful in their personal, academic, and career goals.

Krysten Marshall

Krysten Marshall 
Email: Krysten.Marshall@cgc.edu
Phone: 480-726-4076
Location: Perry and Basha High Schools

Krysten started her education at Chandler-Gilbert Community College before transferring to Arizona State University to earn her bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She discovered her joy of assisting students in reaching their future goals while working at a high school as a Transition Specialist in the Exceptional Student Services department. Krysten is passionate about accessible and inclusive higher education for all who wish to learn. She looks forward to meeting with her students and facilitating their individual route to success.

For more information about Chandler-Gilbert Community College, contact your High School College Advisor today!