Enrollment for classes starting in January is now open.

 

 

Enrollment for classes consists of four parts:

  • Registration (from now to November 15th):

Step 1: Submit interest form by November 15th (see below for link). 
Step 2: Schedule an interview with adult education staff to present your federal or state photo identification and complete paperwork
Step 3: Receive information about Orientation and Testing
  • Orientation (January 2022): Information on classes and instruction, introduction to online platforms, and expectations

  • Testing (January 2022): Completion of all required tests 

  • Technology Workshop and Class Placement (January 2022)

 

 Classes begin in January 2022.


Instructions for the enrollment process:

  1. Please click here and complete the interest form to be included on the registration list.

  2. Click submit and the form will be sent to the adult education office.

  3. Interest forms must be received on or before November 15th to enroll in January classes.  

  4. After submitting the interest form, in November/December you will receive a phone/text/email with a link to choose an appointment for a virtual registration meeting.

  5. During the virtual registration meeting, adult education staff will look at your photo ID, ask you questions and complete the remaining registration forms. You will also be given a link to orientation pre-work to complete before the first day of orientation.

  6. The day before your orientation appointment, you will receive an email with the location of orientation or, if attending virtually, a link and instructions to connect.

  7. Adult Education staff will assist you through the orientation and testing appointment(s). Appointments will be scheduled in small groups.

  8. Students must complete all parts of the registration process to be enrolled in a class. 

 

Adult Education staff are ready to assist you during our current working hours, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and by appointment between 4:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Please email adult_ed@mpsaz.org or call 480-472-7259 for assistance.