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. Concurrent enrollment courses follow the MCC Academic Calendar and enrollment dates for a variety of classes offered in-person, online, or in a hybrid format. Please allow 2-3 business days for concurrent enrollment registration processing.
**Important Information - FERPA Pin Required for Student Account Disclosure**
FERPA is the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act and is a Federal law that protects the privacy of your education records. The FERPA PIN (Personal Identification Number) has been an option available to you as a student to use to verify your identity when calling in, chatting, texting, etc. Due to the Federal Trade Commission Safeguards Rule which is a part of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, we are instituting the use of a FERPA PIN as the main method of verifying your identity.
Starting on December 9, 2022, you will need to provide your FERPA PIN when seeking service or information from your student account by a staff member. You can update/change your FERPA PIN at any time and as often as you deem necessary.
As part of the FERPA PIN, you can now authorize third-parties (such as parents, guardians, spouses, employers, or others) to have access to specific information on your student account by submitting and adding the 3rd party to your list of authorized persons and/or organizations. Staff are not able to assign/change your FERPA PIN. When in-person, you may be required to verify your identification with a photo ID.
Please review the document below in Online Forms to complete the process of setting up your FERPA Pin Number.
Contact Concurrent Enrollment
Program Analyst - Matt Wintz
Community Outreach - GC54B
Fall & Spring Semesters:
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 6 pm
Fri: 10 am – 5 pm
Closed Sat and Sun
Mon-Thu: 8 am – 6 pm
Closed Fri, Sat and Sun
Read the FAQs
Frequently Asked Questions for Concurrent Enrollment.
Due Dates & Deadlines
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.
- August 10th, 2022 is the Fall Payment Deadline
- MCC Student Admissions Application
- ID Authentication (requires MEID)
- Financial Responsibility and Consent for Students Under 18 (requires MEID)
- MCC Special Admissions/Enrollment Form for Student Under 18 (requires MEID)
- MCC Concurrent Enrollment Tuition Assistance Application 2022-2023
- FERPA Pin Information
Concurrent Enrollment students will follow the steps to enroll listed below.
Step 1- Complete the Online Student Admissions Application to MCC. If you are a returning MCC Student you can skip to Step 4
Step 2- Complete Identity Authentication (requires MEID to login) and Financial Responsibility and Consent for Student Under 18
Step 3- Complete an Ed Ready Reading Placement Exam Online. For assistance, use the How to Use Ed Ready Guide.
Step 4- Complete the MCC Special Admissions/Enrollment Form For Students Under 18.
Step 5- Once you have been enrolled by a staff member (2-3 business days) you will have until the payment deadline noted on your receipt to pay your tuition. Failure to pay by this date may result in your being dropped from the course. All communications will be sent to your MCC Student Email.
Pay For College
Enroll early for best class selection. A $40 payment secures your classes, and activates a no-interest payment plan. In order to secure classes the fee is due by midnight the day of registration. Payment plans are available for up to six months. The number of monthly payments depends on the date you enroll in the payment plan and the class(es) end date. Not all payment plans will extend to the end of the term. Read more here.
Debit or credit cards accepted.
*All payment plan options require an immediate nonrefundable payment of $40.
- Please note that students who are concurrently enrolled in college classes while in high school are inelgible to receive Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Students are responsible for making their tuition payment by the deadline. Failure to make payment may result in the student being dropped from the course.
- 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 $97 per credit hour plus a $15 registration fee per semester, per college.
The Maricopa Grant Program is offered to eligible Arizona high school students attending Maricopa Community
Colleges in the Dual or Concurrent Enrollment Programs. It is only available for students in Fall or Spring semesters.
The Maricopa Grant may be applied toward resident tuition and registration fees in concurrent and dual enrollment courses only. Students are responsible for all other fees and charges.