You may be able to take classes at Pima Community College or another school that count toward your University of Arizona degree.
- You are in good academic standing (2.0 cumulative GPA for undergraduates).
- For fall/spring concurrent enrollment, you must be enrolled full-time at UArizona.
- You cannot do concurrent enrollment if the classes at the other school end after your I-20 end date.
Apply for Concurrent Enrollment at Pima
Submit the Pima Concurrent Enrollment e-form.
We will review your request and, if eligible, notify Pima.
Pima will email you when you can register for classes.
If you haven't taken classes at Pima previously, you must complete the online application, including copies of your immigration documents (passport, I-20 and visa) and unofficial transcript.
Register for Pima classes for the term you were approved. You can enroll at any Pima campus location except Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. If you plan to take Chemistry, Biology, Physics, Reading, Writing or Math classes, you may be required to take placement tests before enrolling.
Apply for Concurrent Enrollment at Another School (not Pima)
Submit the Non-Pima Concurrent Enrollment e-form.
We will review your request.
If eligible, we will email you the approval.
Contact the school’s admissions office for information about how to apply and enroll in classes.
Special Considerations for Sponsored Students
Approval for concurrent enrollment is specific to the class. You must provide your academic advisor’s contact information in the e-form so they can confirm that the classes will transfer back and satisfy degree requirements. Depending on your sponsor, we may need authorization from your sponsor to approve your request.
If you would like Pima to bill your Sponsor directly, complete the Pima Affidavit of Support and request a financial guarantee letter addressed specifically to Pima.