Main Campus Location
Sun Lakes Center
Communiversity at Queen Creek
The classes you need, when you need them – that’s what CGCC students discover through our 60 degrees. Anchored by top-demand courses such as algebra, psychology, and English composition, our programs are taught in traditional and online formats. Add to this mix our specialty courses in everything from aviation maintenance to computer systems to sustainability, and CGCC students are prepared to succeed.
Reflecting our 30-year-long commitment to the East Valley, our service-learning projects (and even stand-alone service classes) are built into the curriculum at CGCC. Students can serve local agencies that relate to a career interest, social cause, or course theme. The result? Our students experience civic engagement – for academic credit – while partnering with agencies that make our local communities stronger.
Come be a part of CGCC’s rich and welcoming performing arts community. Enjoy the diversity of artistic exploration as a patron. Join in the collaborative creative processes of performance by enrolling in dance, theatre, or music classes. Or learn the industry and behind-the-scenes aspects of the performing arts through music business studies or classes in design scenography, directing, and playwriting.
Hours of service given to the community by a total of 2,891 students in 2016-17.
Increase in the number of high school dual-enrollment students between 2005-06 and 2015-16.
Students for every faculty member – placing CGCC in the top 25 percent nationally among community colleges for student-faculty ratio.
CGCC is home of the Coyotes, nine men’s and women’s sports teams with a long history of athletic success. Many of our athletes have gone on to collegiate and pro careers, including current Major League Baseball players Andre Ethier, Justin Wilson, and Eric Young Jr. We field teams in:
The anchor of CGCC, the Pecos campus boasts the Arnette Scott Ward Performing Arts Center, a bustling student center, and the Coyotes’ athletics sports fields.
Our Williams Campus is located on 55 acres at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and is home to career and technical education fields – including the FAA-certified Aviation Maintenance Technology Program.
At CGCC, it’s “learning first,” a strategic, intentional effort to not just offer instruction, but to foster hands-on learning in students.
CGCC’s fourth and newest location at Queen Creek and Ellsworth is a unique civic and educational partnership offering classes and advisement/enrollment services in the far East Valley.