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Important Forms

Please allow 3-5 business days for forms to be processed.
During peak times in January and August, please allow for up to 15 business days for processing.

Please provide a current government issued photo ID and documentation for lawful presence. In this dynamic form is a list of acceptable documents and all documentation must be current, valid and legible. Although you have previously enrolled at this or another Maricopa Community College, it is important that you provide this information, even if you have been asked to provide similar information in the past.

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(Must include legal documents)

Use this link to change/update your legal name or sex. This form includes the documents that are  needed to complete this request.

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Use this form if your Identity Authentication and Declaration of Citizenship or Status was not approved.

If you are under the age of 24 and a dependent of one or more parent for federal income tax purposes you will need to complete and submit the Dependent Student Domicile Affidavit.  The purpose of this domicile affidavit is to provide information in regard to the domicile of the student.Domicile means a person’s true, fixed, and permanent home and place of habitation in Arizona for the 12 months preceding the official start of the term in which you intend to enroll. This form includes a list of documents (depending upon date of the document) that would be considered relevant in determining a student's residency status

There are certain exceptions to the 12 month rule. You may be eligible for in-state status if one of the following applies before the first official day of the semester.

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Use this form if your Identity Authentication and Declaration of Citizenship or Status was not approved.

If you are over the age of 24, you will need to complete and submit the Independent Student Domicile Affidavit
The purpose of this domicile affidavit is to provide information in regard to the domicile of the student. Domicile means a person’s true, fixed, and permanent home and place of habitation in Arizona for the 12 months preceding the official start of the term in which you intend to enroll. This form includes a list of documents (depending upon date of the document) that would be considered relevant in determining a student's residency status

There are certain exceptions to the 12 month rule. You may be eligible for in-state status if one of the following applies before the first official day of the semester

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Your parent/guardian will receive an email inviting them to review and electronically sign this form after the student has completed their portion of the form.

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FERPA (Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974).  The student gives permission to release Maricopa Community College student information to their parents/guardians in accordance with Federal Law. Also includes an enrollment proxy.

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This form is for students under the age of 18 requesting admission to a Maricopa Community College and who have not graduated from high school or earned a GED and who are not in a dual enrollment program or other college-sponsored programs such as ACE or HOOP.

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Students may use this form to update their Social Security number (students must upload a signed photo of their Social Security Card) Other items to updated include their email address, physical address and phone number(s). Please note the students phone number(s), email and physical address may also be updated in their student services center.

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This educational consortium agreement allows out-of-state students to take courses offered by MCCCD and pay tuition of 150% of in-state tuition in accordance with state statute.  Students who reside in western states (Alaska, California, Colorado, Guam, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming), the Commonwealth of the Northern Marianas Islands (CNIMI) and who meet the eligibility requirements may apply for the WUE tuition rate.

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