Chandler–Gilbert Community College Article

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Chandler-Gilbert Community College
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Other name
CGCC
MottoA small college with a big heart. (Informal)
Type Community College
Established1992 (1992)
Affiliation Maricopa County Community College District
Higher Learning Commission
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools
PresidentDr. William Guerriero
Location Chandler, Arizona, United States
33°17′36″N 111°47′46″W / 33.29332°N 111.79614°W / 33.29332; -111.79614
CHANDLER-GILBERT COMMUNITY COLLEGE Latitude and Longitude:

33°17′36″N 111°47′46″W / 33.29332°N 111.79614°W / 33.29332; -111.79614
Campus Urban
Branches Mesa
Sun Lakes
Queen Creek
Colors Teal and Silver
         
Nickname Coyotes
Sporting affiliations
Arizona Community College Athletic Conference
National Junior College Athletic Association
Sports Baseball
Basketball
Golf
Soccer
MascotCody the Coyote
Website Official Website
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Chandler–Gilbert Community College (CGCC) is a community college in the Maricopa County Community College District.

History

CGCC was founded in 1985 as an extension of Mesa Community College. It was later independently accredited in 1992. [1]

Campus

The college operates from three campuses. [2]

Organization and administration

The college president is Dr. Greg Peterson.

Academic profile

The college has departments of Aviation and Applied Technology, Business and Computing Studies, Communications and Fine Arts, Composition, Creative Writing and Literature, Modern Languages and Humanities Division, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Mathematics, Nursing and Health Sciences, Science & Library.

Student life

Sports

The college athletics teams are nicknamed the Coyotes.

Notable people

References

  1. ^ 1996 Accreditation Self-Study Archived September 7, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ 1996 Accreditation Self-Study Archived September 7, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.
  3. ^ Martin, Dan (February 20, 2014). "Jaron's Long journey home to Yankees spring training". New York Post. Retrieved August 22, 2014.

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