Dual Enrollment

Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Preregistration dates - SCC representatives will be visiting your classrooms to provide information on dual enrollment, dual enrollment processes and provide the documents for dual enrollment. 

Pick up registration dates - SCC representatives will be at your high school to collect registration and tuition payment.
Below are the tentative dates that SCC will be in your classrooms for Preregistration (Prereg.) and Registration and Payment Pick up (Reg. & Pay PU) on your campus. NOTE: Dates are subject to change based on the needs of the high schools.

School Prereg. Reg. & Pay PU
All Chandler Schools 1/8 1/26
Arcadia HS 12/4 12/11
Chaparral HS 11/30 12/7
Desert Mt. HS 12/5 12/12
Saguaro HS 1/19 1/26
Coronado HS 1/9 1/16
All Paradise Valley HS TBD TBD
Notre Dame Prep 1/16 1/23
East Valley Institute of Technology 1/22 1/29
Fountain Hills HS TBD TBD

If students do not submit their registration and payment at their high school on the date indicated above, they will need to submit their registration and payment at the SCC Admissions and Records Office by Feb 14th.

Absolutely NO Registration will be accepted after Feb 14th 2018.

It’s an opportunity for eligible high school students to earn lower-division college credit during their regular high school classes. The credits are treated the same as regular college credit, and are transferable to other Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona’s state universities, and many out-of-state colleges.

Since you’re already in the class, why not get college credit for it? You can also save money through community college tuition rates and having your textbooks provided by your high school.

Dual enrollment students must be attending a participating high school and meet the general eligibility requirement of either scoring “proficiency” on the AZMerit or PSAT 93 or SAT 930 or ACT 22 or completion of the Reading Accuplacer test. English and math classes require a qualifying placement test score in the subject area.

 Complete Step one from the front page.  Bring your SCC Student ID number and a photo ID to the SCC Testing Center.  Tell Testing Center which test you need.  Hours for Testing Center:

  • Monday - Thursday 8:00AM – 3:30PM
  • Friday 10:00AM – 2:30PM

The in-state, in-county tuition rate is $86 (instate) per credit hour. There is an additional $15 registration fee per semester for each college you do dual enrollment through. (Tuition is subject to change.)

It is the student’s responsibility to drop the class through one of the following methods:

  1. Contact the SCC Admissions and Records Office at (480)423-6100 with your name, college ID number, high school, and the class you want to add, drop, or change.
  2. Come in person to the SCC Admissions and Records Office at 9000 E. Chaparral Rd., Scottsdale, AZ and submit a drop/add form.

Only classes dropped before the semester payment deadline will remove tuition fees or initiate a refund for tuition already paid. Dropping a class after the semester payment deadline will result in a grade of W on your transcript, and you will still be responsible for paying tuition, or be ineligible for a refund if you’ve already paid tuition.

Failure to set up a pay tuition or set up a payment plan by the semester deadline will result in students being automatically dropped from classes without notification. 
NOTE: A debt will remain until paid, which could impact the students ability to take future classes at other in-state colleges.

Students are responsible for a communication sent to your Maricopa email. You can forward your Maricopa email to an email account you frequently check.

Think of your MEID (User ID) as your user name to access online services with the college. You’ll use this to log in to my.maricopa.edu and access your student email. Your college ID number is used to identify your unique student account when corresponding with college staff.