High school students can take classes for a reduced rate until the age of 18 either as a dual enrollment student earning both high school and college credit in a class taught at their high school, or as a concurrent student, taking classes at the college or online for credit. Students need to create an account and apply for admission. See your high school guidance counselor for information on how you can earn high school credit by taking AWC classes.
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Your first step is simple. Just create your admissions account and complete our brief online application.
If you need assistance, call (928) 317-6084.
Accounts and Passwords
Once you’ve been accepted and receive your AWC ID number, the account activation process will set up your student accounts.
If you need assistance, call (928) 317-5892 or visit Support.
Register for Classes
Speak with your high school counselor or Early College Program representative to get registered for classes!
If you need assistance, call (928) 344-7550.
Will you require accommodations? Visit AccessABILITY Services.
If you need assistance, call (928) 344-7674.
Make sure your classes are paid for by the deadline in order to hold your spot in your classes. Learn more about paying for college.
If you need assistance, call (928) 344-7700.
Student Photo ID (Optional)
Once you are registered for classes, stop by the Campus Life office to get your official AWC student ID!
If you need assistance, call (928) 344-7576.
Be sure to purchase your textbooks in time for the start of class! Located on the first floor of 3C.
If you need assistance, call (928) 344-7583.
Contact us at (928) 344-7550.