How To Apply to the Paralegal Studies Program
There are two steps to beginning the Paralegal Studies Program:
- Create a Student Account or find your Maricopa ID (MEID).
- If you previously attended any of the Maricopa Community Colleges, you already have an MEID. Click here to find your MEID.
- If you have never attended a Maricopa College, you must create a Student Account before you will receive your MEID. If you have never attended a Maricopa College, click here to ADMIT yourself to Phoenix College and create your Student Account. This will create your MEID.
- Submit the Paralegal Studies Program Eligibility Form
If you already have a college degree you must also submit, with your eligibility form, proof of that degree in the form of an unofficial transcript or copy/photo of your diploma. Additionally, you must have an OFFICIAL transcript sent directly from your prior college to the Phoenix College Admissions and Records Office.
If you do not yet have a degree but you have college credit you want to have considered for transfer, you must submit, with your Eligibility Form, an unofficial transcript. Additionally, you must have an OFFICIAL transcript sent directly from your prior college to the Phoenix College Admissions and Records Office.
To submit your Eligibility Form you must login with your MEID (Maricopa Enterprise ID) and password. You also will need to know your Student ID Number, which is different than your MEID. Your Student ID number is an eight-digit number that begins with a "3." If you do not know your Student ID Number, click here to find your Student ID in your Student Center. In your Student Center, click on the “Profile” tile. Your Student ID Number will be at the top-left of the screen.
Your password is the same password you use to access all computer systems at the college. If you do not remember your password, click here to reset your password.
When you have created your account with Maricopa, ADMITTED yourself to Phoenix College, and you have your MEID, password, and Student ID, click here for the Paralegal Studies Program Eligibility Form