When Chandler-Gilbert Community College's Pecos Campus began in 1987, the two small buildings made it easy for students to find what they were looking for. Hundreds of thousands of square-feet of building space have been added since then, scattering offices and student services across the campus. Though many services were centralized with the opening of the Coyote Center, resources for students exist in other buildings as well. Use the guide below to help you find what you are looking for and view the map to help you get oriented.
Currently enrolled or returning student? Head to the Coyote Center for advising and assistance with career services, support with class registration on the self-help computer stations, or to speak with the dean of student affairs.
Student with a special status? Student athletes, veterans, international students and honors students will find their program offices in the Coyote Center as well. Students needing disability services and resources can find them in the Bradshaw Hall, just north of the Coyote Center.
Interested in doing more than just attending class? Visit the Office of Student Life and Leadership in the Student Pavilion. Here you can learn about our many student clubs or our nationally recognized service-learning program. Or just hang out, play ping pong and meet other students.
Want to work off some stress? Check out the gorgeous 4,000-square-feet fitness center on the east side of the Coyote Center offering a full line of cardiovascular exercise training equipment, resistance training machines, a complete free weight training section and an outdoor turf field.
Having a rough time and need some support? The Bradshaw Hall adjacent to the Coyote Center houses the counseling faculty staff who can help.
Still attending high school? Learn about our programs in dual enrollment and early outreach including Achieving a College Education (ACE) and Hoop of Learning at their offices in the Coyote Center.
Need a nosh or caffeine fix? The Coyote Café located in Bradshaw Hall offers snacks as well as breakfast, lunch and dinner options with daily specials. Or grab a cup o’joe at Grounds for Thought in the Ironwood Hall.