The Hoop of Learning Program is an early college high school bridge program administered by the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD). It has significantly served those Native American students who, largely due to socio-economic reasons, would not have had access to higher education. The program has allowed well over 1,000 Native American students in the last decade a pathway to higher education.
HOL SCHOLARSHIP FUNDS: Tuition, fees, and books
The Hoop of Learning Program is a high school to college bridge program administered by the Maricopa County Community College District (MCCCD). It serves Native American students who, largely due to socio-economic reasons, would not have access to higher education. The program has provided more than 1,000 Native American students in the last decade with a pathway to higher education.
SCHOLARSHIP: Tuition, books and fees
Achieving a College Education (ACE) is a nationally recognized, scholarship-based early outreach and college preparation program for high school students. The ACE Program targets students who may not consider going to college.
The Dual Enrollment Program was designed to provide an opportunity for qualified high school students to enroll in college courses at high school locations, and to earn high school and college credits simultaneously.
The Concurrent Enrollment Program at SCC is designed for high school students that want to take courses on the campus. It provides the high school student with an opportunity to take classes at SCC while still in attendance at their high school full-time.
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