Although our physical offices are closed, The MCC Outreach Center remains open virtually to assist you with service. For the latest information regarding MCC's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit:

For a telephone call from an Outreach Center employee, you can submit a request. MCC Outreach Center Staff will be responding to students in the order in which your request is recieved. Staff will be working Mon-Thur 8am-5pm to serve students remotely. We appreciate your flexibility during this challenging time, please know MCC remains committed to both your safety and educational success.

To chat with an Outreach Center Staff Member, please connect via Cranium Cafe.

If you are a student enrolling in concurrent enrollment or Early College Program courses, you may submit completed registration documents via General Document Upload. You will need your MEID and password to log in. Once your forms have been processed, you will recieve a confirmation email.

If you have not yet provided the college with your ID, which allows us to confirm your identity, you will need to do so by submitting your identification.

Early College

What's Early College?

It's a great way to earn college credits while you're in high school!

MCC offers programs that allow eligible high school students to take courses and earn college credit while still in high school. This can save you and your family valuable time and money as you pursue a college education after high school.

Take classes at your high school that earn college credit (Dual Enrollment) or take classes at MCC while you are in high school (Concurrent Enrollment). If you are a Homeschooler - you can take classes at Mesa Community College either in person or online.

Concurrent Enrollment

High School students take college courses at college with other college students.

Dual Enrollment

High School students take college courses in high school with fellow high school students.

Homeschool Education

If you are under 18 and have not yet received your high school diploma or G.E.D. you can take college courses through MCC.

We also offer ACE for qualified students and Hoop of Learning for Native American students. Check those programs out below.

Achieving a College Education (ACE)

You must be enrolled in high school and be in the 10th grade. You can apply only during the Fall semester.

Hoop of Learning

This high school to college bridge program is designed to meet the academic and cultural needs of American Indian students.

Summer Camp

Summer workshops, classes and camps offered at the Southern and Dobson Campus for youth K-12.