Dual Credit Classes

New Dual Credit Classes Available for High School

Arizona Western College partners with Yuma, Imperial and La Paz County high schools to offer Dual Enrollment credit for academic and occupational classes. Dual Enrollment courses are held on high school campuses and are taught by high school instructors who have met the Higher Learning Commission and community college hiring qualifications. The Dual Enrollment Program was established at Arizona Western College to ease the transition from high school to college and to increase the number of college-bound high school students in our communities.

Arizona Western College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

All High School parents, please take a few moments to fill out the Dual Credt Survey to the right to let us know if you’re interested. Arizona Western College partnered with HPA to offer Dual Enrollment credit for academic and occupational classes. Thank you for your cooperation.

Dual Credit Class Descriptions:

BUA290  Business Communication

Instructor- Mrs. Salter

Development of the skills and abilities to handle written business communications effectively and to develop a distinctive style of business writing. The simple but tactful exrpession of ideas; the preparation of business letters, momorandums, reports, minutes of meetings, and news releases.

BUA 109 Principles of Human Relations

Instructor-Mrs Salter

Assist individuals in understanding human behavior in social institutions, business, and industry, including leadership, communications, status, decision making, motivation and self concept. 

PSY 101  Psychology

Instructor-Mrs.  Salter

Although basic theories are included, the course emphasizes the relationship between the material discussed and everyday life. Areas covered are history and systems, scientific methods, developmental processes, perception, learning memory, basic statistics, intelligence and personality testing, motivation, conflict and frustration, mental disorders, therapy, and social psychology. 

BUA100 Survey of Business

Instructor-Mrs Desembrana

An introduction to the field of business, ad ministration in such functional areas as Marketing production, usiness organization and ownership, management, regulation, organizational structure, human resource and financial management.

Deadlines

  • Enrollment must be completed & submitted to Mrs. Salter along with your application by August 15th, 2020

  • All Bright Scholarship applications and essaysmust be submitted to Mrs. Salter or with your registration form. (See contact information below)

  • Text 928-278-4238 to notify the school of your interest in dual credit enrollment.

  • Cost for each Dual Credit Class is $75.00 ($25 a credit)

Apply for the Bright Start Scholarship

AWC Direct Link

Click Here to Sign in

Printable Dual Credit Enrollment

Get the Printable Form

Pay Portal

Open the Payment Portal

5 Simple Steps to Enrollment:

Complete these simple steps early and enjoy a smooth beginning that carries you through the rest of the semester and on towards graduation.

1. Apply (New Students ONLY)

Online: www.azwestern.edu

Call  (928) 344-7550

E-mail:[email protected]

Video Tutorial: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17HYzfega1M-58P_xgJfv2DxDpNDHEhGj/view?usp=sharing

Your first step is simple. Just create your admissions account and complete our brief online application. Your enrollment verification can take 1-3 business days to receive an AWC ID #.

2. Underage & Student Release Paperwork

Onlinewww.azwestern.edu/enrollment/dual-enrollment

Call: (928) 344-7742
Eligible students will receive paperwork and course information for DC course. Complete your paperwork as early as possible and send documents to [email protected]

3. Account Activation

Onlinehttps://accounts.azwestern.edu/

Call / E-mail: 928-317-5892 / [email protected]

Video Tutorialhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1DNBf3iwclj1JM6gkKH4k-5Y2827EnOTd/view?usp=sharing

Using your Date of Birth, AWC ID # and NetID/Username you must activate your AWC Account.

4. Prop 300

Onlinewww.azwestern.edu/enrollment/admissions

Call: 928-344-7550 

OR Email: [email protected]

New students need to provide proof of residency or citizenship to register for classes. Send this/these items to [email protected]See Website For Acceptable Documents

**Most Common Forms: Driver’s License, Passport, AZ Permit, AZ Identification Card

5. Payment & Registration

Online: REGISTRATION – http://selfservice.azwestern.edu

Online: PAYMENT – www.azwestern.edu/paying-for-college

Call: (928) 344-7550 & (928) 317-7666

Video Tutorialhttps://youtu.be/8fsdkjaoWwA
Register by going online OR emailing your paperwork (attached) to [email protected]azwestern.edu. Make sure your classes are paid for by the deadline in order to hold your spot in your classes.

Description of Steps

Getting Started with Dual Enrollment

STEPS TO COMPLETE:

Apply for Admission

Apply for admission. You will need your Social Security number to complete this step.

Note: Please make sure that you are carefully reading the instructions on the “residency” portion of the application since this will determine if you pay in-state or out-of-state tuition.

 

Activate your Student Account

Go to email and find your admission email which contains your Arizona Western College ID #. Follow the instructions to activate your Arizona Western College Account and find your NetID #.

 

Take a Placement Test (OPTIONAL)

Math and English courses require a qualifying ACCUPLACER placement test score in order to register. Students can take placement tests at any Arizona Western College Testing Center free of charge, and some high schools offer placement testing.

Arizona Western College testing centers are open weekly, Monday – Thursday from 7am to 5pm. If you need any additional information please contact the testing center at (928) 344-7641 or [email protected]

 

Submit Registration Form to your high school or Arizona Western College

You cannot register for dual enrollment classes online. Complete the Dual Enrollment Registration Form and submit it at Arizona Western College Registration Office by the registration deadline.

Note: All new students must submit documentation confirming lawful presence in the US. View all acceptable documents. Documentation can be verified at the Admission & Registration Office

Note: Students who do not submit their registration paperwork to the Arizona Western College Dual Enrollment Office or Registration Clerk by the designated due date for their high school are responsible for bringing their paperwork to Arizona Western College.

 

Pay Tuition

Tuition can be paid in these ways:

Pay with cash, check, or credit card (VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Discover) in person at the campus registration event OR at any Arizona Western College campuses cashier’s office.

Call the Arizona Western College fiscal office at (928) 317-7666 with your student number ready and provide a credit/debit card number to charge.

Pay online by logging in to Student Self-Service with your Arizona Western College username and password. This option is only open to students that have set up self-service and allows you to pay all at once or sign up for a monthly payment plan. Online payment may not be available when accessed through a phone or tablet.

HPA DC School Courses for Fall 2020:

 

Course Section

Start Date

Course Title

Credits

DC Instructor

BUA

209

9/14

Business Communication

     Deana Salter (0108740)

BUA

109

890

9/14

Principles of Human Relations

3

Deana Salter (0108740)

PSY

101

9/14

Psychology

3

     Deana Salter (0108740)

BUA

100

9/14

Survey of Business

    Lilia Desembrana (0372644)

 

Stay Connected:

Mrs. Salter: (928) 580-1804

Email: [email protected]

[email protected]