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College Concurrent Enrollment

I want to concurrently enroll

If you are earning a degree at another institution and want to complete some of your general education requirements at Mesa College, follow the steps below to get started.

1. Submit an Online Application

Our online application is free and open year-round! Mesa College uses CCCApply to provide you with a quick and easy way to apply to college. Plus, with our open enrollment policy, your admission is guaranteed. What are you waiting for?

Apply to be a student

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2. Create and Login to your mySDCCD Portal

You will use your mySDCCD Portal throughout your time as a Mesa student. Set it up now to ensure that you'll be able to access registration dates, register for classes, and view important District information.

Create your account
*Note, you will need to wait for your application to process before creating a mySDCCD account. Applications can take up to 48 hours to process.

3. Apply for Financial Aid

Get help paying for college tuition and fees. Learn more about how to apply for financial aid and scholarships and see how you can finance your education at Mesa.

Get money for college! Discover your options

4. Clear Your Prerequisites

For prerequisite clearance for equivalent courses that you have successfully completed at other accredited colleges, email your unofficial transcripts along with your name, student ID number, and the class you want to clear to sdmesaprereqs@gmail.com or bring your unofficial transcripts to SD Mesa Counseling on the third floor of the SD Mesa Student Services Building (I-400).

Clear a prerequisite
Learn more about submitting your transcripts to Mesa College

5. Register for Classes

Register and pay for classes through your mySDCCD portal account. Access your portal to keep on top of important admissions dates and deadlines.

Enroll

6. Prepare for Your First Day

Get ready to succeed at Mesa College! Purchase your class textbooks and parking permit (if applicable), and pick up your College Student ID card from the Admissions Office, on the first floor of the Student Services Center (I-400 building).

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7. Find Support

Learn more about the programs and services designed for new Mesa students and utilize the Your Mesa Journey tool to find support that is tailored to your specific background and needs.

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