Follow the steps below to become a Dual Enrollment student.
Next, login to your student account and apply for admission at each college from which you plan to take Concurrent enrollment courses. You can also apply for admission by downloading and submitting a completed Student Information Form.
To qualify for in-state tuition, send each college a copy of an accepted document that shows your citizenship or legal residency. Download the Student Declaration of Citizenship or Status.
Students taking math or English courses need to pass college placement tests in order to register. See a list of the Maricopa Placement Scores for passing scores in each area. Students enrolling in other academic courses (for example, physics, history, Spanish) must meet one of the following:
Students enrolling in vocational (Career and Technical Education) courses do not need to take placement tests.
Visit Testing Services for college placement tests.
See which dual enrollment courses are available at your high school. Print and complete the registration form and submit it to Mesa Community College. Include your unofficial high school transcript and test scores. Students can submit registration materials to their instructor directly by the deadline date.
Tuition for in-state residents at the Maricopa Community Colleges is $81 per credit hour plus a $15 registration fee per semester, per college. There are several different payments options available. Find out more about these options on the Cashiers Services website. Tuition assistance is available on a limited basis. Download the Tuition Assistance Form.
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