Education

Chandler-Gilbert Community College welcomes students

Posted 8/30/22

Chandler-Gilbert Community College hosted its fall 2022 new student selcome on Saturday, August 20, 2022, with 312 students converging on the Pecos campus to kick off their freshman year, according …

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Education

Chandler-Gilbert Community College welcomes students

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Chandler-Gilbert Community College hosted its fall 2022 new student selcome on Saturday, August 20, 2022, with 312 students converging on the Pecos campus to kick off their freshman year, according to a news release from the community college.

The new students were encouraged to meet their peers, interact with staff and faculty, and learn how to navigate the campus. 

The event is part of the CGCC First Year Experience to get students engaged early in their first year of colleg

 “The event’s goal was to provide community and connections to the college for increased student success and retention for 2022-2023,” said Dr. Anne Suzuki, Dean of Student Development, in the release. “The Fields of Interest  breakout sessions involved Faculty, Advisors/Analysts and Student Success Coaches providing advice and support for students to thrive in their first semester."