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CCAP Dual Enrollment #

Mesa College offers eligible high school students the opportunity to earn college credit that can be applied towards associate degrees, certificates, and/or transfer requirements to a four-year college/university. When high school students enroll in college classes in addition to their high school studies, this is called concurrent enrollment or dual enrollment.

I'm a High School Student wanting to take classes at Mesa College #

You have the opportunity to enroll in college classes at Mesa College while you're still in high school. Get a jump-start on your college education through High School Concurrent Enrollment and view the steps below to get started.

  1. Apply to Mesa College
    Complete our free, online application through CCCApply, and obtain your Student ID number, also known as User ID, CSID number.
    Apply to be a student
    Need Help?
    CCCApply Application Instructions

  2. Complete a Supplemental Application
    As a high school student, you must submit a supplemental application each semester listing the courses you plan to take at Mesa. Once submitted, the supplemental application will be sent electronically to your high school for approval. Upon eligibility and space in the class, admissions staff will manually enroll you in the selected courses. This must be done each term.
    Access the supplemental application

  3. Pay Health and Student Representation Fees
    Log onto MySDCCD and pay your $22 health and student representation fees for the semester.

  4. Prepare for Your First Day
    Get ready to succeed at Mesa! Purchase your class textbooks and parking permit (if applicable), and pick up your ID card from the Admissions Office, on the first floor of the Student Services Center (I-400 building).

  5. Find Support
    Learn more about the programs and services designed for high school students as well as Mesa's outreach efforts to connect at your high schools. Utilize the Your Mesa Journey tool to find support that is tailored to your specific background and needs.

I'm a High School Student wanting to take classes at my high school #

Mesa College's CCAP Dual Enrollment program helps us partner with select local high schools to provide community college classes at the high school during the regular school day.

  1. Apply to Mesa College
    Complete our free, online application through CCCApply, and obtain your Student ID number, also known as User ID, CSID number.
    Apply to be a student
    Need Help?
    CCCApply Application Instructions

  2. This process starts at your high school. Please consult with your high school counselor.

High School Students Taking Accelerated College Classes on Their High School Campus #

  1. Apply to Mesa College
    Complete our free, online application through CCCApply, and obtain your Student ID number, also known as User ID, CSID number.
    Apply to be a student
    Need Help?
    CCCApply Application Instructions

  2. This process starts at your high school. Please consult with your high school counselor.
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