With the start of the new school year comes a lot of decisions to finalize your class schedule. If you’re considering enrolling as a student at ASU Prep Digital, here are answers to some of the biggest questions we hear about enrollment.
1. When is the deadline to enroll?
The only deadline is for students who are full time and live in Arizona. For part-time students (those taking courses to supplement their schedule) or students who live anywhere outside of the state of Arizona, we offer rolling enrollment at ASU Prep Digital. Rolling enrollment means that you can sign up for courses at any time throughout the school year. For Arizona full-time students, enrollment for the Fall semester closes on September 4th.
2. How much do courses cost?
We get this question a lot and the answer is, it can vary based on a few different factors. We created this tuition calculator to help determine what tuition will cost for you.
3. How do I start registration?
When you’re ready, just visit the enrollment page and click “sign up as a student” to get started. If at any time you need assistance during the process, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Admissions Team, at 844.692.3372.
4. How long does registration take?
Not long at all! Plan to spend approximately 10-15 minutes to complete the application process. Once submitted, you’ll hear from an Admissions Advisor within 24-48 hours to verify your account information. After that, you will be paired with a Learning Success Coach to discuss your learning goals and course selection for enrollment at ASU Prep Digital.
5. What paperwork do I need to register?
This can vary based upon whether or not you are a full-time, part-time, out-of-state or in-state student. All students must submit a birth certificate, a copy of valid parent photo ID, an unofficial transcript and signed FERPA form. An Admissions Advisor will speak with you about any additional documents required.
6. Do I need my transcripts to register?
If you have any high school courses under your belt, yes. This will help us ensure that you have met the prerequisites for certain courses. Your transcript will also serve as a guide so that we can schedule you in the courses that align with your graduation plan.
If you feel ready to take your first online course, getting started is easy. If you or your parents have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Admissions Team, at 844.692.3372. They’re real faculty here at ASU Prep Digital (they’re really nice) and they’re ready to help you through the process.