Dual Enrollment
Dual Enrollment Information


The deadline to pay for Spring Dual Enrollment classes has passed.  If you still have an outstanding balance on your Dual Enrollment account Click here for a list of ways to pay.

Dual Enrollment Tuition Assistance for 2016-2017

IMPORTANT:  If your student is interested in taking Dual Enrollment classes next year, the priority deadline to apply for tuition assistance for the 2016-2017 school year is at the end of this year on May 31, 2016.
Applications submitted after the priority deadline may not be considered and will not be accepted after the final deadline of August 31, 2016.  To contact CGCC's Financial Aid Office about dual enrollment tuition assistance, call (480) 732-7275 or email  Tuition assistance will be awarded for up to 8 credits for fall 2016 and up to 4 credits for spring 2017.  Please note that eligibility does not guarantee that you will receive the maximum award amount, and being awarded funds for fall 2016 does not guarantee awarding in spring 2017.

Frequently Asked Questions About Dual Enrollment:
What is Dual Enrollment?
It's an opportunity for eligible high school students to earn lower-division college credit during their regular high school classes. The credits are treated the same as regular college credit, and are transferable to other Maricopa Community Colleges, Arizona's state universities, and many out-of state colleges.
What are the benefits of Dual Enrollment? 
Since you're already in the class, why not get college credit for it? Credit is based on the grade received in the class. You can also save money through community college tuition rates and having your textbooks provided by your high school.
How much does Dual Enrollment cost?
The in-state, in-county tuition rate is $84.00 (in-state) per credit hour.  There is an additional $15.00 registration fee per semester for each college you do dual enrollment through. (Tuition is subject to changes by the State Community College Board.)
What if I don't want to do Dual Enrollment after signing up, or I change my schedule? 
It is the student's responsibility to drop the class through one of the following methods:
  1. Email the Dual Enrollment office at for CGCC or for MCC, with your name, college ID number, high school name, and the class you want to add, drop, or change.
  2. Go in person to the college campus and submit a drop/add form.
Only classes dropped before the semester payment deadline will remove tuition fees or initiate a refund for tuition already paid. Dropping a class after the semester payment deadline will result in a grade of W on your college transcript and you will still be responsible for paying any remaining tuition for the class or be ineligible for a refund if you've already paid tuition for the class but dropped after the refund deadline date.
 What happens if I don't pay tuition?
You will be automatically dropped, without notification for nonpayment after the semester payment deadline. You must follow the process above to drop classes before the payment deadline if you can't or don't wish to pay tuition. 


For questions regarding Dual Enrollment please contact:

Kathy Harvil, Gilbert High School Liaison (480) 497-0177 ext. 184, or
CGCC Dual Enrollment office (480) 732-7006, or 
MCC Dual Enrollment office (480) 461-7705.


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