Maricopa Emergency Management System Alert

SCC requires that all individuals wear facial coverings while indoors at any of our facilities and practice social distancing (3 feet) when on campus. SCC strongly encourages employees and students to become fully vaccinated. SCC cares about you and your safety! If you are not feeling well, please do not come to campus.

Registering for Classes

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Once you are admitted, registering for SCC courses is easy and convenient. You can register online, in person, or by telephone.

Online Registration

Visit and click the Student Center icon under Student Tools to start the process. (You will need your MEID)

In Person Registration

A New, Continuing, or Former student may register in person at the Admissions Office located on the southwest side of the campus during the office hours. A completed Course Registration Form must be submitted to a Registration Clerk. The Course Registration Form is available in the Admissions, Advisement, and Information Offices. It is recommended that students register in person during the open registration periods to avoid long lines and delays during the late registration period (see front inside cover for exact dates). See page 4 for schedule of fees, payment due dates, and options.

Phone Registration: (480) 423-6100

A Student Admission Application must be on file in the Admissions Office prior to registration. An operator will assist in the registration process or answer general information questions. To expedite the registration process, please know the five-digit "section" number of all classes that will be registered. All assessments, prerequisites, and payment deadlines listed in the Class Schedule will apply to telephone registration. Other restrictions include:

  1. Students cannot register for any class requiring a signature. These classes are noted in this Class Schedule and require in-person registration in the Admissions and Records Office.
  2. Students can not register for any course requiring special conditions such as Special Projects or Cooperative Education. These courses require in-person registration in the Admissions and Records Office.
  3. Students can not attempt to add a class once the class has begun, without instructor's signature approving the late start.
  4. Students can not withdraw by telephone after the 45th day (16 wk course). For classes with shorter lengths, check the Deadline Schedule.