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Concurrent

Congratulations on deciding to accelerate your path to college and careers with concurrent enrollment!

Below is a step-by-step guide and links to resources you’ll need to get started. If you have any questions, please contact your learning success coach.

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Step 1: Watch these videos.

Step 2: Carefully read the contract.

Concurrent Enrollment Contract

Step 3: Complete the acknowledgement form.

Acknowledgement form (due Monday, August 17th)

Step 4: Add these important dates to your calendar.

Session A: Thursday  8/20/2020 – Friday 10/9/2020 (last day to add/drop: August 21st)
Session B: Monday 10/12/2020– Friday 12/4/2020 (last day to add/drop: October 13th)
Session C: Thursday  8/20/2020 – Friday 12/4/2020 (last day to add/drop: August 26th)

Step 5: Send your course syllabus to your LSC.

Please email your syllabus to your Learning Success Coach within 24 hours of course access.

Step 6: Review the FAQs below.


Step 7:
Pay your tuition.

Directions to come.

NOTE TO PARENTS

Due to FERPA privacy laws, professors will not be able to provide you information regarding your student’s academic progress. We kindly ask that you please DO NOT contact your child’s ASU professors or TAs. Please contact your LSC with any concerns you may have.

Thank you for taking the time to process and understand this important information. Remember that it is critical you review your course expectations and workload to decide if you can commit to your course prior to the add/drop deadline. After that date passes, the course will affect your transcript and the tuition is non-refundable.

 



Frequently Asked Questions

Concurrent

Can I take a class on ASU’s campus?
Yes. Please confirm registration with your LSC or Advisor. You will need to complete this form and email it to immunizations@asu.edu.
How do I drop my class?
Be sure to notify your LSC or Advisor ASAP via email, phone, or text. Please do not contact the university to process the withdrawal.
When is the add/drop period?
This depends on the session in which you are enrolled. For A and B session courses, it is 24 hours after the start of class. For a C- session, it is a few weeks after the start of class. Locate the ASU calendar here.
When is tuition due? (Non ASU Prep Digital tuition-waiver students)
Tuition is due before the start of your ASU course. You can pay via the ASU Prep Digital Student Portal.
How does the ASU Prep Digital tuition waiver work?
For full-time students enrolled in at least 4 ASU Prep Digital courses, a tuition waiver will cover the $600 tuition cost per course, up to two courses a semester. You will still be responsible for books and materials. If you do not pass your course, or drop outside the add/drop period, you will be charged the cost of tuition.
What can I do to prepare for my course?
Don’t hesitate to contact your LSC or Advisor with any questions. Read this checklist for student success.
How do I know what books I need?
Books and materials list are listed in the syllabus. Access your syllabus and course via my.asu.edu. Recommended textbook sources: chegg, amazon, ebay. Make sure that you search for books using the ISBN number provided in your course syllabus. Note: while older textbook editions may be more inexpensive, verify with your instructor if you will need the latest version.
Where do I get my books?
You can rent or purchase via Amazon, Chegg, or other sources. Here’s a video to help.
How much weekly time investment is involved?
ASU recommends you spend 6 study hours for every 1 credit hour of enrollment in a 14-week academic semester. If you are in an accelerated (A or B session) course, this amount will be higher. For example, if you are taking a 3-credit course, you will need to spend at least 18 hours/week (+ 3 hours for “class time”) outside of class working in your course. If you are taking an accelerated (7-week) course, the weekly time investment will be more. Read more here.
How do I set up my new ASU email account?
Follow the steps to activate your ASURITE ID, then set up email forwarding here.
I logged into my.asu.edu and don’t know how to use it.
Review this helpful page that explains the various functions.
I logged into my.asu.edu but do not see my class.
Your course should appear after registration is confirmed. If you do not see your course in the week prior to your course start, notify your LSC or Advisor immediately.
I do not know my ASURITE ID. What do I do?
Please contact your LSC or Advisor.
Help! I am having technical issues related to login or course problems.
Notify your LSC or Advisor. You may need to call ASU’s Tech Support line: 1-855-ASU-5080
Where do I go to access my course?
Login using your ASURITE ID to http://my.asu.edu using your ASURITE ID and password. Access the how-to here.