Dual Enrollment
Campo Verde offers many classes that students are able to take for dual credit- the ability to earn high school credit while also earning community college credit through Chandler Gilbert Community College.  For more information on dual and enrollment and classes available, please use the following links:

CVHS Dual Enrollment course list 2017-18-Please note: If you are interested in taking AG Plant Science for dual credit, please contact Mr. Dillard directly.
Dual Enrollment Score Request Form
Chandler Gilbert Community College Contact Information:

2626 E. Pecos Road

Chandler, AZ   85225

Phone  480.732.7006

Fax   480.857.5453

dualenrollment@cgc.edu 2018-19 School year information-Dates below for the 2018-19 school year are TBD. CGCC dual credit applications will become available in August. For more information please see these links below. Dual Enrollment opportunity 2018-19 school year-Reading Accuplacer
Dual Enrollment Opportunity 2018-19 school year-Math Accuplacer

Dual Enrollment Tuition Assistance opportunity available for the 2018-19 school year

Dual Enrollment Frequently Asked Questions:

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.

How does dual enrollment credit transfer to a university?

For in-state schools please visit the link: AZ Transfer

For out-of-state schools please contact the admissions office directly of the out-of-state school you are interested in for further information.
 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.

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

dual enrollment applications are given to students by their teacher for completion in their dual enrollment course within the first week of school. Completed dual enrollment applications will be due back to their dual enrollment teacher by Monday August 14, 2017. Representatives from CGCC will be on campus reviewing applications August 21, 2017 and August 22, 2017. They will only meet with your student if their application is incomplete. Students will need to check their college portal by September 7, 2017 to double check they have been enrolled in their class and proceed with the payment process.

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

 Please review the 2017-18 CVHS dual enrollment course list at the top of this page for the pre-requisites. If you need to take a placement test (accuplacer test), these tests can be taken at CGCC directly CGCC testing location and hours. If you have already taken one of the placement tests and would like to know your score please complete this google form Dual Enrollment Score Request Form and you will receive an email response within 48 business hours. If your course pre-requisite states "general eligibility requirements apply" and you would like to know your AZMerit score, PSAT score, ACT score, and/or SAT score please complete this google form Dual Enrollment Score Request Form and you will receive an email response within 48 hours.
 How much does Dual Enrollment cost?
The in-state, in-county tuition rate is $86.00 (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.)

Dual Enrollment Tuition Assistance-Dual Enrollment Tuition Assistance Information

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

Registration and payment must be received by CGCC by September 18, 2017 for fall 2017 classes and February 12, 2018 for spring 2018 classes or students will be automatically dropped. No refunds will be issued after these dates. Payments go directly to CGCC.

Tuition can be paid in these ways:
  • Pay with cash, check, money order, or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover) in person at CGCC's Pecos campus or Williams Field campus cashier's office.
  • Call the CGCC fiscal office at 480-732-7312 with your student number ready and provide a credit/debit card number to charge.
  • Pay online at my.maricopa.edu by logging in to the Student Center with your MEID and password, then clicking the “Payment Options” button under the Finances section. This option allows you to pay all at once or sign up for a monthly payment plan (currently, separate payment plans must be set up for each semester of dual enrollment classes). Online payment may not be available when accessed through a phone or tablet.
 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 dualenrollment@cgc.edu for CGCC or dual@mesacc.edu 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. 


Dual Credit

Advanced Placement


Dual Credit allows high school students to potentially earn both high school and college credit by completing courses at their high school.

The AP Program allows students to take college-level courses and exams, and to potentially earn college credit or placement while still in high school.


All in-state and several other public institutions; may not be accepted by selective out of state universities.

Accepted by most institutions, public and private, both in and out-of-state. Very few exceptions.

How Transferred

Through a CGCC transcript.

As a score (1 through 5) with 5 and 4 being most readily accepted, 3 may be accepted and 2 and 1 are not accepted.


Taught by high school teachers who serves as adjunct professors.

Taught by high schools teachers trained by the College Board.

How Grade or Score is Assigned

Dual Credit grade is the same grade as high school grade. Grade is not weighted.

Student will receive a high school grade, but transferability is based on a single, national exam administered in May. Class grade has nothing to do with test score. Class grade is weighted.


$86/credit hour plus a $15 registration fee per semester.

$93.00 per exam


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