Maricopa Emergency Management System Alert

COVID-19 Update: The EMCC campus is open for classes, appointments, and walk-in services. Masks are required for everyone inside ALL buildings at EMCC.  All student support services are still available online. Students are encouraged to contact their instructors for additional information.


Community Education at Estrella Mountain College is happy to assist you. We've tried to answer some of the most frequently asked questions below. If you still are in need of information, after reviewing these, please do not hesitate to contact us at: 623-535-2800.

Payment is expected at the time of registration to ensure your place in class. Students may pay for the class in the Komatke Hall Student Services office in person or by telephone at (623) 935-8888. Payment can be made by cash, check, or credit card.

Class costs and fees will be refunded in full for classes canceled by EMCC. Class costs and fees will also be refunded if student withdraws from a class 24 hours before the first class meeting. Failure to attend class does not guarantee being withdrawn or being eligible for a refund. Responsibility for withdrawing remains with the students. Students may withdraw from a class by contacting Admissions and Records in person or by telephone at (623) 935-8888. If there are special circumstances please contact the Coordinator at 623-535-2730.

Tuition Refund Policy

Estrella Mountain Community College, 3000 Dysart Road, Avondale, AZ, is on the northwest corner of Dysart and Thomas Road. Most classes are held at EMCC Main campus, unless otherwise noted. Please check for class location, or call (623) 535-2800.  You can also check the appropriate class listing section on this website a few days prior to class for updated room numbers. For questions or comments concerning community education programs please call (623) 535-2800.

For more information review Maricopa County Community College District (Maricopa EEO Policy) at:

This section provides a step by step guide of the student complaint (grievance) process for instructional issues such as grades, assignments, and other course-related issues.

This section provides a step by step guide of the student complaint resolution process for non-instructional issues not related to grades, assignments or other course-related concerns.

Please contact (623) 935-8863 if you will need ADA accommodations to participate in a Community Education workshop.

Use this form to report disruptive student behavior and/or disciplinary action to the Dean of Student Services: