Phoenix Promise

Phoenix Promise - Fall 2023


The City of Phoenix Promise Program

The Phoenix Promise Program could help fund your education during the Fall of 2023, and potentially longer—through Spring of 2025.  Awardees will receive scholarships and student support.  If you meet the minimum requirements...

      •  your official residence is within the City of Phoenix
      •  you qualify for in-state tuition
      •  you graduated from high school within the past year on to learn more, and apply today!

                Apply Now               


How to Qualify

To qualify, you'll need to have recently graduated from high school, or have obtained a state-accredited GED credential.  Your application will also need to:

  • Demonstrate financial need
  • Verify you're enrolled, or will enroll (Fall '23) in a credit program that will lead to either a 2-year, or 4-year degree.  Certificate programs don't meet this requirement; current fall students should see an advisor about the possibility of transferring credits to a degree program.
  • Verify you're enrolled, or will enroll (Fall '23) in a minimum of 6 credit hours, per semester, at Phoenix College, or other MCCCD school.

Those receiving funding must maintain minimum standard of Satisfactory Academic Progress, or SAP, while in the program.


Enroll for Fall

Whether you're a current student, or planning to start courses next semester, the Hannelly Enrollment Center is here to make things as easy as possible.  Stop by to enroll in a degree program, certificate, or a single class. Learn about the tuition installment plan.

Can't make it to campus?  Check out the Hannelly Center's options for virtual services, through Chat, Qless Phone Service, and Live! Virtual Meetings.  You can also sign up online.

       Enroll Online for Fall        


Start Your Phoenix Promise Application Now

For additional details, and to apply, visit the MCCCD Phoenix Promise Program page.