Earn college credit through the Early Start Scholarship Program.
Early Start is a scholarship program for Mohave County high school students, home schooled students and Mohave Community College GED graduates.
Here’s how it works:
This scholarship is awarded for a total of ten credit hours (Arizona in-state tuition) for courses numbered 100 or above taken anytime from the summer directly before a student’s junior year through the spring of their senior year. GED recipients are eligible for this scholarship the semester following the completion of GED.
Students will be required to use three of the ten credits to complete the STU 103 course to qualify for Early Start Scholarship. Scholarship does not include administrative and course fees.
The scholarship award pays tuition only for college level course work leading to an MCC declared degree or certificate. The student is responsible for all other fees (such as books and other supplies required for the course) at the time of registration. Scholarship funds are limited and will be awarded on a first come first served basis. The college reserves the right to limit the scholarship at any time if budgetary restrictions should occur.
All students applying for this scholarship must meet with an MCC Recruiter to determine eligibility and approve the award.
- Student completes MCC Admissions Process
- Student schedules and takes Placement Assessment
- Student meets with Recruiter who will:
- Review assessment scores and determine eligibility
- Assist with completion of Early Start Application Form
- Help student determine courses and educational goals
- Assist student with completion of a degree declaration
- Recruiter reviews and approves application and assists student with registration for courses within degree plan
- Student must register within five days of approval and pay all fees at the time of registration
High school students complete the Early Start Application form online and contact your MCC Recruiter.
Home schooled students must submit a copy of the “Affidavit of Intent” on file with the Mohave County Superintendent of Schools Office as well as a letter from the home school provider verifying your grade level to Student Services at your local MCC campus.
MCC GED graduates must submit the GED letter they received to the Recruiter for assistance and approval of Early Start Application.
All Students MUST complete the required MCC admissions forms. Students under the age of 18 must also complete the MCC admission form that requires parental consent to enroll in college classes.