Browse through the following slideshow to read about PVSchools students' positive experiences in the dual enrollment program through Rio Salado College:
PVSchools Dual Enrollment Application - New Students
Dual Enrollment Tuition Assistance Available - DE Students Must Apply Each Year
The Dual Enrollment Maricopa Grant Application/Tuition Assistance for the 2022-2023 school year is now available. Approved applications will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis up to 9 credits ($780) for the school year.
All Tuition Assistance applicants must be fully admitted to Rio Salado College prior to applying for assistance.
Application Priority Deadline is May 31, 2023.
All applications must include:
Signatures of both student and parent
Contact information for student and parent/guardian
Copy of 2022 federal tax form 1040 (no tax extensions considered) , showing that the Adjusted Gross Income is less than the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Poverty Guidelines. OR
Award letter (dated within 12 months of application) of household member’s participation in any of the following benefits programs: Free or Reduced Lunch, Supplemental Social Security, Food Stamps, TANF, WIC or AHCCCS.
Notice: If you encounter difficulties with the e-form please call the Rio Salado Dual Enrollment Office, at 480-517-8080.
Dual Enrollment General Information
High school students at PVSchools have the opportunity to get a head start on college through our Dual Enrollment programs. Dual Enrollment is a program that allows students to earn high school and college credit at the same time. In some cases, students can have an associates degree by the time they finish high school.
Dual Enrollment can not only save students time, it can also save money on college tuition and textbooks.
Our Dual Enrollment courses are offered through Rio Salado College in Tempe, and are offered online. More than 40 universities accept this pathway to entry.
For more information on Dual Enrollment, explore the offerings at our high schools by clicking the links below, visit the Rio Salado site, or speak to your guidance counselor at your school.