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Concurrent Enrollment

Take college classes while still in high school. Are you ready for an academic challenge? The Concurrent Program at SCC is made for you. It provides you with a head start in college by allowing you to take college credit classes while still completing your high school education.

Through Concurrent Enrollment, you can take college courses with other college students in person, online, or in hybrid formats. You can obtain college credit that can be applied toward a 2 year and 4 year college degree.

Concurrent Enrollment Steps

Step 1: Get Admitted

Apply for admission online by visiting In this step you will need to submit a government issued photo ID.

View a complete list of acceptable IDs for identification authentication and lawful presence.

Step 2: Complete the Concurrent Application and All-in-One Form

Under 18 Financial Responsibility and Consent

Students in Early College Programs (ACE, Hoop of Learning, and Dual Enrollment) and students taking college classes while in high school concurrently enrolled, must complete the All‑In‑One Form.

This form is proof of and fulfills the following requirements:

  • student information release
  • registration by proxy
  • financial responsibility
  • text messaging/automated communication

Concurrent Admissions/Registration Application

Students under the age of 18 wanting to take college credit classes while still in high school must complete the Concurrent Admissions/Registration Application.

Step 3: Determine Placement

To take a class that does not have a prerequisite, the State of Arizona requires that you take a Reading placement test unless you have taken one of the following:

  • AIMS
  • ACT
  • SAT
  • PSAT

Note: Students in grades 11th or 12th grades can upload an unofficial high school transcript with an unweighted GPA of 2.6 or higher.

You can review all of the placement options by visiting the Testing Center.

Step 4: Pay Tuition and Fees

  • To complete payment visit
  • Click on the Student Center
  • Log in with your MEID and Password
  • Click on the “Finances” tab
  • Click on “My Payment Options/Manage My Account Plan”

Tuition Assistance Available

If you are a high school student enrolled in Scottsdale Community College Concurrent Enrollment, you may apply for the Concurrent Enrollment Assistance Grant to assist with tuition and registration fees. Priority deadline is August 4, 2021.

For payment options visit Student Business Services or call (480) 423-6148.