Need help completing the Dual or Concurrent Enrollment application? The MCC New Student Welcome Team is available to assist you virtually via Chat with New Student Welcome Team, select Option #3 for General Admissions Assistance. In person and self-service support is available by visiting the Southern & Dobson Campus Enrollment Center, Building 39.

All of Mesa’s team members are diligently working to assist you both in-person and remotely. The New Student Welcome Center is available for support Mon-Thurs 8am-6pm and Fri 10am-5pm.

FERPA requires MCC to verify a student's identity if we are required to access a student's account to provide information. Live chats may be recorded and logged.

Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment allows you to earn college credits at your high school. Get a head start on college while saving time and money.

Spring 2022 Dual Enrollment Registration

The Spring 2022 Dual Enrollment Registration Process will take place in January 2022, please visit this site for more information at that time. For more details, please contact or visit with your MCC/MPS Academic Advisor.

The enrollment process may take some time to complete, especially if you will be required to complete admissions and placement testing. Please allow 5-7 business days for processing of your registration forms. The registration deadline date for dual enrollment is February 14, 2022. No registrations will be accepted after this date.

Contact Us!

The MCC New Student Welcome Team is available to assist you virtually Monday-Thursday, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm, Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

In person services are offered on a limited basis in the MCC New Student Welcome Room located in the Enrollment Center (Building 39) at the MCC Southern/Dobson Campus.

Chat with New Student Welcome Team

Read the FAQs

Get quick answers to your questions about Dual Enrollment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Registration Guide

Access a useful PDF on how to register for Dual Enrollment courses.

Dual Enrollment Registration Guide (PDF)

**If you are a returning Dual Enrollment student and have completed the Student Admission Application, please go directly to Step 3 to begin the registration process.**

  1. Step 1 – Get admitted to MCC by completing the Student Admissions Application

    • You will be required to submit ID Authentication in this step before you proceed with registration.
    • Upon completion of Step 1, you should have an MCC ID number, an MEID, and password. Return to this website to complete the registration steps once you have your MEID, Student ID number and password created.
    • If you are a returning dual enrollment student, you will need to have your MEID and password in order to proceed to Step 2 and Step 3 below.
  2. Step 2 – Determine prerequisites and/or testing requirements by viewing the Dual Enrollment High School Partners and Classes

    • Click on your high school and then select "see available classes."
    • Identify the course in which you plan to enroll and ensure you meet the admissions requirements listed on the course list.
    • If you do not meet the course prerequisite, you may need to complete an Ed Ready Placement Exam online.
    • If a placement test is required, test scores will be uploaded 24-48 hours after completion of your test. Once scores are uploaded you may continue with the enrollment process.
    • If you attend a Mesa Public School high school, MCC advisors are available to answer questions. All other students may chat with an Early College representative.
  3. Step 3 – Submit online registration request for your dual enrollment course via the links provided below (opens January 2022)

    For assistance, refer to the video guide below:

  4. Step 4 – Pay tuition and fees

    • Once you have received a confirmation of your enrollment (sent to your student email address 7-10 business days from submission), you will need to make your tuition payment. Failure to make tuition payment in full may result in your being withdrawn from dual enrollment.
    • Pay online at, over the phone (480-461-7600), and/or student tuition payment plan.
    • Spring 2022 Tuition Assistance is available on a first-come, first-serve basis with a priority deadline of 01/28/2022. Students are encouraged to complete a Dual Enrollment Grant Application and provide required documentation ahead of the priority deadline. Notifications regarding Tuition Assistance Application Status will be emailed to students by 02/11/22.

Spring 2022 Due Dates & Deadlines

January 10, 2022 - Dual Enrollment registration opens and Registration Links available to students on MCC Dual Enrollment Website

January 28, 2022 - Tuition assistance priority deadline

February 4, 2022 - Tuition assistance FINAL deadline

February 14, 2022 - Spring Dual Enrollment registration AND payment deadline

No registration will be accepted after February 14, 2022

Online Forms

Tuition Assistance Online Forms

Priority Deadline 01/28/2022
Final Deadline 02/04/2022

Spring 2022 Maricopa Dual Enrollment Grant Application

Tuition assistance funds are limited and issued on a first-come, first-serve basis. It is important to submit your tuition assistance request ahead of the priority deadline for the best opportunity for funding. Students may be awarded assistance up to 12 credit hours in an academic year.

If you were awarded tuition assistance in a previous year, please note you must reapply annually and funding is not guaranteed for returning students.

Notifications regarding tuition assistance application status will be emailed to students who applied no later than February 11, 2022.

Benefits of Dual Enrollment

  • Earn college credits while in high school
  • Be a college student now
  • Learn from specially qualified teachers at your high school
  • Complete a college degree or certification at an accelerated rate
  • Get a head start on a great GPA. Half of MCC senior Dual Enrollment students earn an A grade and 93 percent receive at least a C
  • Save 75 percent* on college tuition compared to most Arizona four-year universities
  • Apply for potential tuition assistance
  • Use MCC free resources - library, tutoring, parking, counseling, job searches, service-learning volunteer opportunities
  • Transition smoothly to MCC. Many of our senior Dual Enrollment students enroll at our Red Mountain or Southern & Dobson campuses
  • Transfer your MCC credits to most colleges and universities across the nation