Life After Dual Enrollment

Life After Dual Enrollment

You are well on your way—why not stay? You can continue working toward a two-year college degree while taking courses that interest you the most. To receive more information on GCC and our programs, fill out our online request information form.

Continuing College Student Success

Dual enrollment students continue their college experience by meeting with their Advisor to discuss educational goals, select courses, navigate their Maricopa Student Center, and enroll in classes.

Honors Program

You have already proven that you can do college-level work so you may be eligible for the Honors Program. Honors students can join Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, attend exclusive honors events and activities, and apply for the Presidents’ Honors Scholarship that may fund up to two full years of tuition. Start by contacting GCC’s Honors Program today.

Academic Programs

GCC offers a variety of majors and certificates. You can earn an Associate’s Degree in Child & Family Studies, Engineering, Exercise Science & Personal Training, Sports Medicine and Computer Programming – anything that interests you. Want to transfer to a university? Complete the AGEC certificate at GCC and transfer the credits to any Arizona state university.

Explorer Careers & Interests

Our Career and Employment Services are here to help you with all of your job-related needs. With their help, you can apply for internships, refine your resume or connect your major to a career once you graduate.

Campus Tours

Sign up for a guided campus tour and get familiar with our campus and ask all your questions.

Student Life

More than classrooms and textbooks!  We understand that college is more than academics. It is about becoming involved, making friends, joining clubs, finding a place to live, getting transportation to and from campus as well as dealing with the challenges of daily life.  Check out our Student Life section.

Pay for College

From Federal Financial Aid to grants and scholarships, we are here to help you find ways to pay for your education. If you are or were in foster care, also refer to the Education Training Vouchers and the Foster Youth Financial Aid FAQ (pdf) document.