Admissions, Records and Registration Offices Help You...
Enrollment, register for classes, request and evaluate transcripts, drop and add classes, address fraud issues, check final grades, and numerous other functions, including applying for graduation and signing up for your commencement ceremony.
Depending on the college, the Admissions, Records and Registration office may also provide assistance with...
- Athletic eligibility
- Evaluation of credits earned at other education institutions and from prior learning experiences (AP, military service, CLEP, IB, etc.)
- Dual enrollment
- International students
- Parking decals
- Student ID cards
- Students under the age of 18 years
- Parking decals
The AR&R offices at the Maricopa Community Colleges have a variety of services available to you.
You can access your grades online at My.Maricopa.edu. If you have questions, contact Student Enrollment Services at 480-517-8540.
If you are enrolling in a class that requires a prerequisite, and you have successfully completed courses at other regionally accredited U.S. universities/colleges or ACE evaluated programs, please contact the college where you will be enrolling. If you are enrolling at Rio Salado, you must complete a prerequisite approval.
Prior Education Verification
In order to pursue a certificate or degree from Rio Salado (or if you plan to transfer to complete at bachelor’s degree), you will need to have your prior education verified. To pursue a degree at one of the other colleges, please contact the Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services office at that college for information on prior education that may be needed to complete the certificate or degree.
Students have many ways to register for classes including online, in person, by phone and by mail.
Residency and Citizenship Forms
All students living in Arizona are required to comply with Lawful Presence laws by submitting proper documentation to the Office of Admissions. Students who wish to qualify for Maricopa County Community College District scholarships or federal financial aid must prove lawful presence in the United States to be eligible for awards.
For tuition purposes, students are classified as one of the following:
- Maricopa County resident
- Out-of-County resident
- Out-of-State resident. Residency is determined in accordance with state law (ARS §§15-1801et seq.) and regulations of the Maricopa Community Colleges Governing Board.
Student Identity Verification
To be admitted to one of the Maricopa Community Colleges, you will need to have your identity verified.
Maricopa Community Colleges have articulation agreements with Arizona's three public universities and 40+ university partners. Contact your college’s Admissions & Records/Enrollment Services office for more information on how to transfer credits.
You can receive a single transcript report, which combines all of your Maricopa Community College credits into one document.
Follow these steps to access your single transcript report:
- Log in to your Online Student Center to process your request online.
- In the Academics section of your Online Student Center, click on the down arrow to the right of the box labeled Other Academic.
- From the drop down menu, select Unofficial Transcript.
- Click on the double arrow button to the right.
- Select Unofficial Transcript as the Report Type, and click Go.
- Print your unofficial transcript by using your browser's print options.
- Click the blue link that says Return to go back to the View of your Unofficial Transcript page in the Online Student Center.
Updating Contact Information
You can change or verify your contact information online in your Student Center at My.Maricopa.edu.
Almost all processes can be performed online using your Online Student Center, which is loaded with self-service features to make your college life easier. Through your Online Student Center, you can apply and re-admit yourself for each semester until graduation, search for classes, view grades, register for classes, and make payments online.