If this is your first time taking a course from Mesa Community College, you will need to apply for admission to be entered into our database. By clicking on the blue button to the right you can go through the admissions steps and reference the instructions at the same time.
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Set up Your Student Account
This will start the MEID Account Wizard. Check the appropriate box.
Follow the steps in the MEID Account Wizard: Step 1) Identity Information, Step 2) Additional Information, and Step 3) Challenge Question/Answer setup. Step 2 will allow you to set your password.
At the end of the MEID Account Wizard you will see a screen stating “Maricopa Enterprise ID Created.” You will need your Maricopa Enterprise ID (MEID) and password to login to your student account.
You will also see your 8-digit Student ID (also referred to as 8-digit College ID). This is the number by which you are identified throughout the Maricopa Community College District, and you will need it to register for classes. Record it for safekeeping.
Apply for Admissions
You need to apply for admission to each community college you attend, but only once. Once you have been admitted to Mesa Community College you do not need to be re-admitted to take classes from Mesa the following semester.
Use the MEID and password you obtained during the setup of your student account to login. You will see your Student Center. Click on MCCCD Admissions.
From the drop-down menus, choose your college (Mesa Community College), Type of Program (Degree and Certificate Programs) and term (current semester), then Click here to begin new enrollment process…
Read the information about citizenship documents, then click OK. Please note that in order to be eligible for in-state tuition you will need to send Mesa Community College a document that shows your citizenship or legal residency in the United States.
Complete the Personal Demographics screen then click Next.
Complete the Military and Residency Information screen. Please note that complete information is required in the residency section. Along with your citizenship status, the information in this section will determine whether you are eligible for in-state tuition.
Complete the Citizenship/Driver’s License Information screen.
Complete the Educational Goals, Academic Plans screen.
Be sure to include an Academic Plan Code. Use 7111 for Dual Enrollment or Concurrent Courses.
Complete the Vehicle Emissions Agreement. Dual Enrollment students choose "I Do Not Park On Campus".
If you are under the age of 18 you will receive a warning message when you complete the admission process. Click OK. Early College students need to use hard copy forms to register for classes.
NOTE: Early College students can use My.Maricopa.edu to apply for admission, but they cannot register for classes online, for two reasons: 1. Most early college students are under 18 and need a parent’s signature to register, and 2. Early College courses are closed to the general public and will not appear on online course lists. Early College students need to use hard copy registration forms available at high schools or at www.mesacc.edu/dual – to register for classes.
Need More Help?
Call the Help Line at 1-888-994-4433, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Call Mesa ’s Early College at 480-461-7901 Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
(Closed on Fridays during the summer).