Scottsdale Community College is a great place to begin your college experience.
Whether your goal is to advance your career or train for a new one, SCC has hundreds of courses designed to help you earn an associate's degree, professional certification, or provide a strong foundation for university transfer. SCC's dedicated faculty and staff members are eager to help you create your own path to an enriching educational experience and successful future.
We often get questions from our parents about the qualifications required to participate in dual enrollment. The Arizona Revised Statutes dictate which students may, or may not be, eligible for dual enrollment courses.
The Dual Enrollment Grant program is offered for high school students attending Maricopa Community Colleges in dual enrollment programs. High School students not in dual enrollment programs may apply for financial aid through the Maricopa Grant Program.
In order to participate in the Dual Enrollment Program offered at Scottsdale Community College, students must first:
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.
It's never too early to start your college education at Scottsdale Community College. Even if you are not graduating from high school this year, you may be able to start college early.