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ATTENTION STUDENTS: Facial coverings that cover your nose and mouth are required in all college facilities. CGCC is offering services in-person and via phone, email and online. Use our contact page for hours, locations and additional information.

 

Four vital things we are doing to keep you safe

Return to fall, COVID, safety

It seems like every day brings a change in the ways we are fighting or preparing for COVID-19. Chandler-Gilbert is no different. Like you, we’ve watched as the state opens some restaurants, gyms and entertainment options and then closes them as cases spike. 

While we can’t say for sure what things will look like in a month or six months, we can tell you your health and safety is our No. 1 priority. We will be sharing more information about fall as our plans are finalized. But in the meantime, here’s what we are doing right now to help you for your return to classes in the Fall. 

Increased cleaning schedule

Our buildings and campus facilities will receive increased cleaning and sanitation to help prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus.

Face coverings

Our faculty and staff will be wearing face coverings to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. You’ll need to wear one too so find your favorite mask, bandana or gaiter and #MaskUpAZ. 

New signage

All over campus you’ll see reminders of some changes we have implemented from reduced classroom sizes, hallway directions, closed water fountains, reduced capacity and hand-washing instructions in restrooms among others. Help us help you by following posted signage.

Reduced contact areas

Cafes, common areas, water fountains and some services like the library, advising, computer lab, are currently closed. Online service appointments for the labs are however, available. Watch here for updates as we get closer to the start of the semester to find out what and how these areas might reopen.

While dealing with this pandemic has taught us all one thing - that change is constant and inevitable - one thing shouldn't change. That's to keep checking your email and our social media channels for the latest news on the upcoming semester.

 

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