Important Announcement: Dual Enrollment 2020
Rio Salado College has communicated to Tempe Union High School District that students will need to keep up with the online work that will be provided by their Dual Enrollment teacher. As of March 23rd, Rio Salado College Dual Enrollment Instructors will have temporary access to the online college version of the in-person course that they are teaching. This will ensure students have some level of continuity by providing college-level resources and materials. More information will be provided here as it becomes available.
If you have any questions, please contact your school's Dual Enrollment counselor.
DV Dual Enrollment
Earn an Associate in Arts (AA) or Arizona General Education Certificate (AGEC A) at Desert Vista.Rio Salado dual enrollment allows students the opportunity to earn college credit for specific college-level courses taught at Desert Vista during regular school hours. Seniors, juniors, qualified sophomores and freshmen taking dual enrollment classes are eligible to enroll.
DV Dual Enrollment Contact & Resources
Helen Hale(480) 706-7900 ext. 70138
For advisement (class choices, degrees, etc.):Students will see their assigned counselor.
Phone: (480) 706-7944
Rio Salado Dual Enrollment Department: (480) 517-8080Cashier's Office:Phone: (480) 517-8334Fax: (480) 517-8359Financial Aid Dept:Cindy HallPhone: (480) 517-8311Joshua WatsonPhone: (480) 517-8322
Desert Vista Course List - PDF:Click on the link above to see which classes are offered for dual enrollment.2019-2020 Rio Salado Dual Enrollment Registration Information - PDF
Rio's dual enrollment is a combination of online and paper. You will input demographic data and select courses online. When you are done, print, sign, attach payment info and Prop 300 residency documentation. Students who have already taken a course and received dual credit do not need to enter all the demographic information or attach the Prop 300 residency documentation.
Placement Testing Link:
All first-time math students, students taking ENG101, and freshmen/sophomores who have not taken the 10th grade AIMS Reading or the PSAT must take a placement test.