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Dual Enrollment

Welcome! We’re excited to have you as a Phoenix College student!

Getting an early start on your college education can definitely pay off later on, and we’re here to help you get that early start. In fact, studies show that students experience greater academic success in college when they complete dual enrollment courses in high school.

When you take dual enrollment classes, you’ll be earning high school and college credits at the same time. Plus, you’ll gain the experience of being a college student.Phoenix College  partners with Valley high schools to offer dual enrollment credit for academic and occupational classes. The courses are taught on high school campuses by college-approved high school teachers and can be counted toward high school graduation requirements. 

Need assistance? We are here to help.

Email is the best way to reach us!

Seana Mitchell - Dual Enrollment Coordinator
Georgina Ruiz - Director of Early College Programs

Registration Steps

Dual Enrollment

FIRST TIME STUDENTS OR RETURNING STUDENTS ADDING A COLLEGE

Step 1 – Get Admitted  (Admission Guide - PDF)

  1. Create student account or verify current information
  2. Select a college
  3. Submit proof of identification
  4. When you finish your application, you will receive:
    • MEID
    • Student ID Number
    • Maricopa Email

Step 2 – Determine Placement
Our colleges utilize multiple options to determine course placement for students
Juniors and Seniors – High school transcripts, ACT, SAT, or PSAT scores
Sophomores – EdReady Placement Test
 EdReady Student Guide 

Step 3 – Dual Enrollment Application and Maricopa Grant  
Students must select Phoenix College as their college for Dual Enrollment. After completing the Dual Application you will then have the opportunity to apply for the Maricopa Grant

Step 4 – Check your Student Center to view classes 
Please give us 7 - 10 business days to review your application.

Step 5 – Pay Tuition
Deadline: February 17, 2023. Tuition assistance is available from the Maricopa Grant for those who qualify. 

Dual Enrollment

RETURNING STUDENTS

Step 1 – Determine Placement
Our colleges utilize multiple options to determine course placement for students
Juniors and Seniors – High school transcripts, ACT, SAT, or PSAT scores
Sophomores – EdReady Placement Test
• EdReady Student Guide 

Step 2 – Dual Enrollment Application and Maricopa Grant
Students must select Phoenix College as their college for Dual Enrollment. After completing the Dual Application you will then have the opportunity to apply for the Maricopa Grant

Step 3 - Check your Student Center to view classes
Please give us 7 - 10 business days to review your application.

Step 4 – Pay Tuition
Deadline: February 17, 2023. Tuition assistance is available from the Maricopa Grant for those who qualify. 

Dual Enrollment Course List

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