Dual Enrollment

Steps to Registering for Dual Enrollment

DUAL ENROLLMENT

Registration Steps

New Dual Enrollment students start with Step 1. Continuing Dual Enrollment Students, skip to Step 2.

1. GET ADMITTED

Create MEID (User ID) Account and Apply for Admission

Log onto admissions.maricopa.edu and click START NEW APPLICATION. Follow the instructions. At the “Welcome to the Student Admissions Application” click GET STARTED, and follow instructions.

Please note: In order to complete your student admission application, you must click on after each page.

You will be prompted to submit ID. Acceptable forms of identification:

  • State-issued driver’s license, identification card, instruction permit
  • U.S. Passport or passport card
  • High school ID and birth certificate (a hospital record/certificate and certified Abstract of Birth are not acceptable)

While it is encouraged that you submit your identification online, you can choose to submit identification when you turn in your registration by selecting “Submit as E-Form or In-Person.”

Please take note of your login (MEID), Student ID number and password for future use. MEID (User ID): (Used for logging into Maricopa Student Tools) Student ID Number: (For registration, testing and academic support) Maricopa Email: (Activate your email at google.maricopa.edu. You are responsible for all communication in your Maricopa email. Please check often and keep your password in a secure place.) Maricopa Helpdesk: 1.888.994.4433 (for technical assistance)

2. TAKE THE PLACEMENT TEST

Math and English courses require a college placement test. For other academic courses, students must submit a score from one of the following: PSAT, SAT, ACT, or AZ MERIT. If you have not taken one of these tests, you will need to take a college reading test at the SCC Testing Center (see back).

A college student ID number and picture ID is required for testing. To prepare and study, use sample questions at accuplacer.collegeboard.org

3. SUBMIT REGISTRATION FORM

Turn in your signed Dual Enrollment Registration and Financial Responsibility and Consent for Students Under The Age of 18 Form, copies of your ID, and test scores at your high school on August 17, 2017.

If you are unable to submit your registration on the date above, you must submit your registration documents to SCC Admissions and Records Office by 5:00PM on September 25, 2017. No registration will be accepted after September 25, 2017. No mail, fax, or email registration will be accepted.

4. FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY and CONSENT FOR STUDENTS UNDER THE AGE OF 18 FORM

If you are under the age of 18 years old, you and a parent/guardian must complete and sign the Financial Responsibility and Consent For Student Under The Age of 18 Form. This form can be found on the back of the Dual Enrollment Registration Form.

5. PAY TUITION AND FEES

The cost is $86 (in-state) per credit plus a $15 registration fee per semester. $86 x ___ Credits + $15 = _____ Total Due You MUST pay at the time of registration (options below): 1) Check- Made out to SCC, include student’s name and college ID Number in the memo of the check. 2) Credit or Debit Card- Students must physically have the card in their possession at the time payment is being made. 3) Need-based Grant- Students may qualify for a grant. The grant application can be downloaded by visiting the SCC Dual Enrollment Website: bit.ly/sccdual (case-sensitive). Select “Download Information and Forms” on the left-side menu and click “Dual Enrollment Grant Application.” The grant application is due at the same time as registration. 4) Other methods of payment (Cash or Payment Plan) are available ONLY if you register in person at the SCC Admissions and Records Office.

DID YOU KNOW...

  • You can forward your Maricopa email to a personal email account (google.maricopa.edu)
  • You can check your Message Center, class schedule and payment information at my.maricopa.edu
  • As a dual enrollment student, you are able to access the various resources available to any other SCC student including the Library, free tutoring, career and personal counseling, and computer labs.