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Early College

Attention Parents and Students! Meet with your High School College Advisor during their virtual office hours to learn or ask about the process of Admissions, FAFSA, Dual or Concurrent Enrollment, College Transcripts, Scholarships, or anything related to Scottsdale Community College.

  • When: Thursday's from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.

If you attend a High School other than Scottsdale Unified School District. You can meet with our Scottsdale Community College Outreach and Recruitment, call or email us directly and we can help you get started.

What's Early College?

It's a great way to earn college credits while you're in high school!

SCC offers programs that allow eligible high school students to take courses and earn college credit while still in high school. This can save you and your family valuable time and money as you pursue a college education after high school.

Take classes at your high school that earn college credit, Dual Enrollment or take classes at SCC while you are in high school, Concurrent Enrollment.

What's the difference between Dual Enrollment and Concurrent Enrollment?

Dual Enrollment is designed for high school students who want to take college courses at their high school. It provides high school students to earn high school and college credits simultaneously.

Concurrent Enrollment is designed for high school students who want to take courses on the college campus. It provides high school students with an opportunity to take classes at SCC while still in attendance at their high school full time.