College News

Virtual Tours of Auschwitz

Take a step into history by taking virtual tour of Auschwitz. The Auschwitz Virtual Tour entails regular online sessions about the former Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp. This is not a regular webinar or seminar. In fact, it is the most faithful representation of a physical visit to the Auschwitz memorial site. The delivery is significantly augmented by historical footage, histories of former prisoners, visualizations, aerial overviews, and contemporary filming.
March 29, 2022

Highlighting Our Native American Student-Athletes

November is Native American Heritage Month. This is a time to celebrate cultures, traditions, and histories. It’s also a time to recognize the contributions and accomplishments of Native people. We also prioritize an education for the general community on tribes and the hardships that they have and still face. We encourage you to listen and uplift the voices of our Native student-athletes.
November 30, 2021

Join us for the Williams Campus 25th Anniversary Celebration!

You’re invited to join us in November for the Williams 25th Anniversary Celebration Series! Save the date for these exciting events!
October 13, 2021

Prefer a Community Feel in Courses? Sign Up for These Courses

​​​​​​​What is a Learning Community? 

A learning community pairs courses into one integrated learning package for student success - a learning community.
June 30, 2021

Message Regarding Derek Chauvin Verdict

I join many in our community in feeling a great sense of relief and hope in the announcement that Derek Chauvin was found guilty on all counts for the murder of George Floyd. I am grateful for jury members who upheld the integrity of our judicial system by standing for justice, and I look forward to healing that may come from this decision.
April 22, 2021

CGCC Response to Anti-Asian & Pacific Islander Racism and Violence

Recently, our nation experienced another horrible tragedy in the murders of eight people at three different Asian-owned businesses in Atlanta. Unfortunately, we have seen escalating violence directed towards those of Asian and Pacific Islander heritage across our country this past year during the COVID pandemic, and these acts remind us of the unjust history many Asian American and Pacific Islander communities continue to experience. I'm very sorry for this late message and I want to express our sadness and solidarity with the families of the victims and our Asian American communities.
April 1, 2021

When you need help with some basic needs, we are here for you

If there’s one message we’d like you to remember about Chandler-Gilbert, it’s that we’re here to support your success. We know that your needs are much broader than the classroom. Basic needs like food, finances, transportation and housing are extremely important. If you or someone you know is struggling with these needs - we are here to help. 
December 17, 2020

Reach your educational goals with learning community courses

A learning community pairs courses into one integrated learning package for student success - a learning community. A smaller group of students, say up to 25, take these multiple classes together as a team, but with different instructors for each course. Assignments in the courses are integrated, showing how what you learn in one class, has application and meaning in another course. This helps students feel more connected to the school as well as gaining deeper understanding of the topics.
December 10, 2020

Chandler-Gilbert Partners with Town of Gilbert for #GilbertTogether Business Recovery Program

Chandler-Gilbert Community College is proud to partner with the Town of Gilbert on a business recovery program. In September, the Gilbert Town Council AZCares Subcommittee recommended that $18 million be allocated to support Gilbert businesses as part of the #GilbertTogether Business Recovery Program. This program was created to support the relief, recovery, and resiliency of Gilbert businesses.
December 9, 2020

What is the difference between an online and a live online class?

With the start of Spring Semester 2021 just around the corner, you’ve heard or read about classes being taught online or live online. What’s the difference between them?
December 3, 2020

Build your academic success with these resources

No matter the learning format, your Fall Semester 2020 academic success can be built around the support you receive from our resources. We are here to help you achieve your goal no matter where you are learning. 
July 23, 2020

We've got resources to support your academic success outside the classroom

We understand how stressful not knowing what’s in store for the Fall Semester can be. But we have also compiled some helpful resources for to make your life outside of class time easier and support your academic success.
July 16, 2020