Dual Enrollment

  • Maricopa Community Colleges and Gilbert Public Schools have designed a cooperative program that allows students to earn both high school and college credits.

    These classes are held on the high school campus as part of the regular school day. Dual credit classes will only be offered if a qualified teacher is available. If students are to receive community college credit, they must pay community college tuition. They may also need to pass the AccuPlacer test.

    The registration and tuition payment process will be handled in the individual courses. Upon successful completion of these courses, students may transfer the credits to other colleges or universities. In-state universities accept all credits. Students should check transferability of their courses to in-state universities by visiting az.transfer.org/cas/students/index.html. Acceptance and applicability of transfer credits by out-of-state universities vary by institution.

    Courses, which may be offered for community college credit, are noted in the description of each course in the Course Description Book and are noted as “dual credit”. S/U grade option will not be allowed for these courses.

    See the Guidance and Counseling Department for a complete list of courses that will be offered for dual credit.

Dual Enrollment FAQs

  • What is Dual Enrollment?

  • How does dual enrollment credit transfer to a university?

  • What are the benefits of Dual Enrollment?

  • When do I need to complete my application for my dual enrollment course?

  • How do I know if I met the pre-requisite to take my course dual enrollment?

  • How much does Dual Enrollment cost?

  • How do I pay for my dual enrollment class(es)? When is payment due for my dual enrollment class(es)?

  • What if I don't want to do Dual Enrollment after signing up, or I change my schedule?

  • What happens if I don't pay tuition?

Last Modified on June 20, 2019