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Student with a Disability

Thank you for choosing SCC

Scottsdale Community College strives to improve the quality of life in our communities by providing challenging, supportive, and distinctive learning experiences. SCC is committed to offering high-quality, collaborative, affordable, and accessible opportunities that enable learners to achieve lifelong educational, professional, and personal goals. If you are a SCC student who is simply new to DRS, click here.

New to DRS?

The Disability Resources and Services (DRS) office strives to empower students, foster independence, and promote achievement of realistic career and educational goals. The DRS office, along with the campus community, will assist students to discover, develop, and demonstrate their full potential and abilities.

Transitioning from High School?

For more information on the differences between High School and College for students with disabilities, click this link.

Ready to Enroll?

Each applicant with a disability must meet MCCCD admissions requirements or be enrolled as an MCCCD student, and must provide Disability Resources and Services with required documentation verifying the nature and extent of the disability prior to receiving any accommodation. The DRS Director/Program Advisor is responsible for evaluating documentation and determining accommodation eligibility.

  1. Set up your MEID and Student ID Number at
    The MEID is your username for online services and the student ID is used for in-person services. Go to and click “Create an Account.” No web access? Skip to the next step and we will help you get your MEID and Student ID number later. If you have a problem call the Helpdesk at 1-888-994-4433. Write down your:
    MEID ____________________ and Student ID# ____________________
  2. Get admitted to Scottsdale Community College. 
    Log in at and click “MCCCD Admissions” to complete admissions online or you can complete a Student Information Form and submit it to Admissions and Records. A photo ID is required for in person transactions. Admissions and Records (SS-136), 480-423-6100.
  3. Activate your Maricopa email account and Google Apps.
    Navigate to: and log in with your MEID and password. Your Maricopa email address will be This will be the only email address we use for official correspondence.
  4. Take the placement tests for English, reading and math.
    New students must take all three tests before registering. Study guides and sample questions are on-line at Photo ID is required for all testing. Testing Center (SC-150), 480-423-6433.
  5. Get advised.
    New college students must attend College Kickoff to get advised and register. See below for College Kickoff times. Transfer students should meet with an Academic Advisor in the Advisement Center and must bring unofficial copies of all college transcripts. Advisors are available on a walk-in basis. The Advisement Center is in the Student Center Building (SC-118), 480-423-6539.
  6. Register for courses.
    Log in to and click “Add a Class” or complete the registration form and submit it to the Admissions and Records Office or call phone-in registration at 480-423-6100. Be sure to note the payment and refund deadlines.
  7. Pay tuition and fees.
    Payment plans are available. Pay online at or at the Cashier's Office (SS-138), 480-423-6148.

New Registration Steps.
You can find a helpful video and list of all of the general new registration steps here. Note that enrolling through the DRS office is best done between steps five and six, as indicated above but you are welcome to contact our office at anytime.

For additional information, please visit our
Disability Resource & Services (DRS) office.