Chandler-Gilbert Community College
- 2 Year
- CHANDLER, AZ
Chandler-Gilbert Community College Reviews
Rating 3.94 out of 5 1,112 reviews
The campus is outside which in Arizona is not fun however the classes and teachers have been great. I would definitely recommend this community college
Instructors are very friendly and will go out of their way in order to help you succeed. The campus is clean and looks nice, and there are plenty of resources available, including free tutoring for all subjects.
CGCC makes the biggest efforts to help its students succeed. They offer multiple resources to their students to grow and learn. All of the professors that I've experienced are amazing and extremely helpful.
I have had great teachers so far! The teachers really do care about your education and do their best to accommodate!
It's a pretty good college, classes are small which is nice for learning and staying in contact with professors but if you're a super social person, there aren't a lot of huge opportunities to meet new people.
They have a great connection with UND flight school. Let me accomplish my dreams. Classes are always well taught, I feel like the teachers are very well minded and incredibly smart in the subject they teach. The breakdown of every semester is very simple and they spread the credits out so your not overwhelmed.
I like how each Maricopa Community College work together to help me get where I want and the education that I need in order to work the jobs that I want to.
Most teachers are very helpful and accommodating when things happen. Some teachers give you busy work and act as though they are superior. Overall it's a good school.
I really enjoyed the professors and it's an overall good school. There are plenty of campus activities you can participate in and get involved with.
I am a first-year student at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. I moved from South Dakota by myself to attend and get my real estate license as well. CGCC has welcomed me and provided me with a lot of resources that are available to anyone and that's a big reason why my parents were okay with me being so far away. My parents and I liked that CGCC was more intimate and seems more focused on each individual student rather than a huge university. The people attending and the faculty have been warm, welcoming, and helpful. Because this is a two-year college and I'm not familiar with online learning very much, the curriculum has been a little difficult for me to keep up with but I plan to meet with an academic advisor to smooth out any issues and try to get my schedule to a manageable pace.
I made the right decision going to Chandler-Gilbert Community College, They really care about my academic career plans and choices and they are determined to help my choices go as planned and make everything flow smoothly. All of my professors have been very thoughtful and cared about my mental health and how I go about my classes. They have also never made me feel like I wasn't meant to be in that class and made the environment feel very welcoming. I would recommend this college to anyone really. The amount of inclusivity that this school provides for all of its students makes it feel very open and diverse.
It is a wonderful school that offers just as much as any university would! From sports teams to clubs to tutoring, it is all around a great experience.
As a dual-enrolled high school student, I am proud to have my DE classes/credits come from Chandler-Gilbert Community College. The fact that I get the opportunity to take high school classes while earning college credit is perhaps the most practical and intelligent choice for future college-goers like myself. Not only is it allowing me to get a head start on my college educational degree early, but the fact that the credits/classes are cheaper and easier to obtain, its awesome. The dual-enrollment CGCC credits are easy to obtain since all one has to do is pass a high-school level course that is part of the DE program and then the credit is earned. Each credit is also cheaper to purchase compared to real college/university credits. Overall, the process of signing up for dual enrollment, passing the classes, and obtaining the credits has been a great experience, and I couldn't be prouder that it was with the ever-so-useful CGCC.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College offers something for everyone with four campuses and more than 70 degree and certificate programs in some of the most in-demand professions today. They provide access to high-quality, reasonably priced education that will get you ready for the future. Whether you're here for career training and growth, university transfer, or lifelong learning, they can help you follow your passion and accomplish your objectives. The leadership team at CGCC is made up of a dynamic, multicultural collection of people who are all dedicated to empowering the students to guide the globe into a bright and sustainable future. President Dr. Greg Peterson started his own higher education at a community college, and throughout his lengthy and fruitful academic and administrative career, he has accumulated a wealth of knowledge and experience.
Chandler-gilbert community college is an excellent transition between high school and university. It eases you into college-level classes. teachers overall are caring and understanding—clean campus along with free tutors.
They are extremely flexible with anyones schedule and the degree programs are endless. I haven’t had a bad experience with any teachers either. They all care about our well being and success in our academic career!
I took dual enrollment credits while I was in High School with CGCC and that whole process was very simple as well as my experience now as a student, everything is very simple. The faculty are very available and there for you if you need help. The campus feels large but small at the same time as well as freeway access nearby and spots to go get lunch are plentiful. All in all CGCC is a great place to get a 2 year degree before transferring to a more expensive university.