Registration for spring 2012 classes is now underway at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. The spring semester begins January 15, 2012.
“Required courses such as math, science, and English are the first to fill, so we urge students to register as soon as possible to get the classes they need and to avoid long enrollment wait times in December and January,” said Ryan Cain, coordinator of CGCC Enrollment Services. “Our academic advisors are available to help students create a plan to reach both their educational and career goals.”
Cain says that students who are not yet admitted to CGCC can begin the admissions process by applying online at my.maricopa.edu. New students and their families will also be able to attend an orientation session prior to the start of classes which will provide information about college programs and services, as well as a tour of the campus.
In addition to a variety of morning, afternoon, evening, and Saturday classes, CGCC offers eLearning for students unable to attend classes on campus. Formats include online classes, in which students can take CGCC classes from the comfort of their own home through their personal computer; hybrid format classes, in which a portion of the class is taught face-to-face on campus and the other portion takes place online; and self-paced classes in which students can complete course work at home on their personal computer or in the CGCC Computer Lab at their own pace.
Pictured: CGCC student and single mom Cara Taylor will take two online classes next semester to fit her busy schedule.
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