Concurrent Enrollment students take college courses on the college campus while in high school. Concurrent Enrollment students receive the whole experience of taking a college course, with other college students, to prepare for college success after high school.
Contact Early College Programs
Call our general phone number:
Southern & Dobson
Office Location: GC 54B
Frequently Asked Questions for Concurrent Enrollment.
Concurrent Enrollment students' calendar is the same as the Maricopa District and Mesa Community College calendars. Check the Academic Calendar so you stay on track.
- MCC Admissions form
- Online Admissions Process
- MCC Registration form
- Maricopa Grant Application for Concurrent Enrollment Students 2018-2019
- Student Declaration of Citizenship OR Online Student Identity Verification requires MEID.
- Accepted document list for proof of citizenship or legal residency.
- Under 18 Financial Consent Form
Did You Know?
All under 18 year old Concurrent Enrollment students must enroll in person. You and your parent must both sign the Under 18 Consent Form.
Since you have to come in anyway, we recommend you download and complete the paper forms first and then come in to our office in the GC building, room 54B at Mesa Community College and let us do the work for you.
If you cannot or do not want to complete the forms ahead of time - that's also fine. Just come in with your ID and your proof of legal residency and we will still do all the work for you.
If You Want to Get Started Online Before Your MCC Visit
Download and print the Online Admissions Process to use as a guide. As a Concurrent Enrollment student, you can admit yourself to the college, get an MEID (Maricopa Enterprise Identification number), set up your student account, apply to the College, and upload a copy of your picture identification and proof of legal status before you come in to our office in the GC building, room 54B at Mesa Community College.
Pay For College
Your payment due date is the day of registration, and requires you to pay in full or sign up for a tuition payment plan. If you do not secure your classes with some form of payment, you will lose them all when the system is updated at night. Maximum amount required is $35 ($15 plus $20 payment plan fee). The $15 registration fee is non-refundable, and will be applied towards the your balance in lieu of a % down payment. Read more here.
To qualify for in-state tuition, send each college that you are attending a copy of an accepted document that shows your citizenship or legal residency. Tuition for in-state residents at the Maricopa Community Colleges is $85 per credit hour plus a $15 registration fee per semester, per college.
Tuition assistance is available on a limited basis. Download the Maricopa Grant Application for Concurrent Enrollment Students 2018-2019 and apply for tuition assistance.