Chandler-Gilbert Community College is a vibrant college that welcomes international students from around the world. CGCC is part of the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD), which is fully accredited and recognized around the world as a leader in education. And we’re committed to your academic success and personal development.
A world of opportunities for international students
CGCC is a two-year college with various transfer and occupational programs. Many students who plan to earn a four-year bachelor's degree come to CGCC for their first two years of college to complete general university requirements and earn an associate degree.
Most of our students transfer to Arizona State University, University of Arizona, or Northern Arizona University to complete a four-year bachelor's degree. But you’re not limited to Arizona schools. In fact, CGCC credits are transferable to most public and private universities throughout the United States.
Vision and mission
CGCC’s International Education Program (IEP) aims to provide opportunities that encourage global citizenship, promote cultural understanding and appreciation, and enhance academic, social, and cultural interactions. IEP promotes positive cross-cultural interactions by providing information, assistance, and guidance to students, staff, faculty, and the community. IEP is committed to creating a positive and successful experience for students at CGCC through access, programs, and quality service.
Why Choose CGCC?
Find out what makes CGCC a great place to pursue your educational goals as an international student.
Get all the details and requirements on the admissions process and how to apply.
Have questions about studying at CGCC as an international student? We’ve got answers!
International Student Services Director/PDSO: Paul Tran
International Student Services Analyst Sr: Supaluck Senaluang
International Student Services Specialist Sr: Cindi Johnson
*Dial "001" first if calling from outside the United States
Chandler-Gilbert Community College
International Education Program
2626 East Pecos Road