On May 12, Chandler-Gilbert Community College honored its graduating class of 2023, which includes 739 graduates who earned 750 degrees.
C-GCC President Dr. Greg Peterson expressed the college’s pride in this class.
“Impressively, the youngest graduate is age 16, with three graduates being dual-enrolled high school students,” Peterson said. “And the oldest graduate is 55-years-young.”
Peterson said the community service completed by the graduates totaled 10,510 hours of service provided. There were also 34 military veterans among this year’s CGCC’s graduates, according to a news release.
There were 116 graduates who had received scholarships. The were 102 honor students and 314 students received academic distinctions by graduating with a GPA of 3.5 or higher.
C-GCC enrollment in 2022-23 includes about 14,000 for-credit students. The college’s population includes 31% first-generation college students and 39% are dual-enrolled high school students.
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