Academic Catalog

College Police Regulations


College Police personnel are authorized to ask any person on campus for proper identification, should the need arise. Students failing or refusing to identify themselves properly will be:

  • Asked to leave the campus (if conduct or behavior warrants such action), and
  • Reported to the Vice President of Student Affairs.


All firearms, explosives, knives, or instruments that can be construed as dangerous weapons are prohibited on campus. All persons bringing firearms or other weapons for classroom demonstrations or any other academic reason are required to bring them to the Public Safety Department for examination.

Motor Vehicles

College regulations governing motor vehicles operated by CGCC students shall be under the jurisdiction of the college administration.

Vehicle Damage or Loss

Chandler-Gilbert Community College assumes no responsibility for damage to motor vehicles, or for any loss while vehicles are parked or operated on or near the campus.

Vehicle Registration

Williams campus students and all employees who drive motor vehicles on any CGCC campus are required to register the vehicles that may be used on college property with Enrollment Services. Individuals who subsequently purchase or trade their registered vehicles must register the new vehicles. Parking in Employee, Disabled, Carpool or other specially designated stalls requires the appropriate decal and or indicator be displayed. Violators will be subject to citations and associated fines. Designated Visitor parking is available to non-affiliates of the college who are conducting temporary business on college property.

College Traffic Regulations

The following college traffic regulations are applicable to all members of the college community, including students, faculty, staff, and visitors:

  1. Maximum speed limit on campus is 15 m.p.h.
  2. Students and employees who have been issued parking permit decals following vehicle registration with the Public Safety Department must display the decals in accordance with current regulations.
  3. Drivers must observe and comply with stop signs, pavement arrows, right-turn-only signs, and other traffic control devices. All vehicles must stop at marked crosswalks to yield to pedestrian traffic within the crosswalks.
  4. Persons driving on campus must follow directions given by Public Safety officers and furnish student or other identification when so required.
  5. Students may park in any parking space except those marked Visitors, Handicapped, Maintenance, Employees, No Parking, or any area with a red or yellow curb.
  6. Persons having a Handicapped designation on their vehicle may use any marked space on the campus, including those marked Handicapped, except those areas with red or yellow curbs.
  7. No vehicle other than an emergency vehicle may be parked along red curbs or in striped areas. These are fire-hazard and safety zones, and violators will be towed away without warning at the owner’s expense.
  8. No vehicle may be parked in driveways, where signs indicate No Parking, or in areas not specifically marked for parking.
  9. Visitors may use student zones on a temporary basis. Visitor permits may be obtained from the Public Safety Department.
  10. In angled parking spaces, no vehicle may be parked in a direction opposite the normal direction of traffic.
  11. Parking of motorcycles, mopeds and bicycles:
  • Students are urged to exercise care in securing their personal property, including motor vehicles, bicycles, mopeds, and motorcycles.
  • Motorcycles and mopeds may be parked only on crossbars. Bicycles must be parked in existing bike racks only. Mopeds, bicycles, and/or motorcycles that are found chained or affixed to trees, buildings, or light posts are subject to having their chains cut and being removed to the Public Safety Department. Owners will be responsible for the cost of the lock or cut chain.