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Chandler Gilbert Community College

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Chandler-Gilbert Community College was a great school inQuite BrightComputer Science
Chandler-Gilbert Community College was a great school in one of the worst states for an education. Since it's development and expansion, the school has lost it's appeal for an affordable and quality education. This review is unfair in the sense that I have had so many wonderful instructors and only a small handful of terrible instructors at Chandler-Gilbert Community College. However, if you attempt to resolve any conflict or address any form of concern be prepared for a lack of interest and support from even the highest level staff members such as the Vice-President of student affairs, Bill Crawford or the President, William Guerrero. When I notified Bill Crawford of the lack of quality education received by at least two math instructors (one that has an "F" rating on rate my professor), his response was "oh, that's unfortunate". I refuse to even speak to William Guerrero since the time that I went to meet with him and he had my daughter in his office alone behind a closed locked door. My daughter was barely 18 and further more, a closed locked door is inappropriate and is an intimidation tactic. The college is difficult to navigate and causes many students to lose their financial aid or be placed on probation without notification to the student.
4th Year Female -- Class 2019
Perceived Campus Safety: A+, Education Quality: F
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This is a great school.BrightArt & Design Department
This is a great school. I just finished two years at CGCC & I have another year until I graduate. The advisers can help you pick out your class better if you know exactly what you want to study. Debbie and Natalie are the advisers that were helpful. They provide online resources to help you figure out your major. Most of teachers are awesome. They will help you out any way they can. I use to find the best teachers. My advice: Don't take night classes unless you have to!
2nd Year Female -- Class 2013
Education Quality: A+, Surrounding City: B-
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