How to Enroll and Pay

  • Meet with your high school counselor to choose a pathway
  • Get admitted into EAC - Apply Now!
  • Determine Placement & Course Requirements (Contact the Testing Center, (928) 428-8342, to schedule a placement test)
  • Complete the Dual Enrollment Form
  • Activate your Gila Hank & Monster Mail Accounts 
    • Complete the FERPA form (Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act) for students under the age of 18
  • Register & Pay for classes in Gila Hank - $70 per credit  OR  at EAC's Fiscal Office in the Student Services Building 

Dual Enrollment is a cost-effective way for high school students to get a head start on college. It allows high school students to enroll in college courses offered at their high school (taught by college certified instructors) to fulfill both high school and college graduation requirements as well as save money and time. Courses vary by high school to help students achieve their post-secondary certificate and/or degree goal! 

As a high school student, you can take college courses at EAC and graduate from high school and college at the same time!

 

Information regarding S.B. 1729 Dual Enrollment Reimbursement

Arizona Legislature approves new dual enrollment funding. This year’s state budget includes $15.5 million to help reduce the cost of dual enrolment courses, which is one of the biggest barriers for students. Of the new state funds, $15 million will cover reimbursements of up to $50 per credit hour; maximum of $300 (6 credits) per student per year for 9th/10th grades; maximum of $600 (12 credits) per student per year for 11th/12th grades. Priority will be given to students from low-income backgrounds, which will be determined through their eligibility for free or reduced lunch.

To take advantage of this Dual Enrollment Reimbursement Opportunity Students must:
• Qualify for free/reduced lunch
• Have at least a 2.5 GPA
• Receive a “C” or higher in the enrolled course after completion
• Course must be taken at the high school (course must qualify for both high school and college credit)

For the 2023-2024 Academic Year Eastern Arizona College will:
• Waive $50 per credit for qualified students
• Students will be responsible for paying the $20 per credit tuition balance for qualified dual-enrollment courses
• Please contact the Fiscal department for payment options
• Students will have until September 10, 2023, to make payment arrangements for their portion of the tuition
• Payment can be made in person or through the student Gila Hank Account

Questions about payment options?
Contact Fiscal Control 928-428-8221 Option #2

Dual Enrollment questions?
Contact Sherli Skinner 928-428-8509

 

For more information, contact:
Sherli Skinner
Sherli Skinner
Dual Enrollment Facilitator
(928) 428-8509
sherli.skinner@eac.edu