Steps to Enroll
Requirements to Participate
1. The student must have completed the eighth grade and be enrolled in an accredited public or private secondary school or home school.
2. Concurrent enrollment students are only allowed to take freshman and/or sophomore level courses that are approved through and included in the ASU-Beebe Catalog. The general education courses offered for concurrent credit are listed in the ASU-Beebe online catalog and the Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS).
3. Students must meet all course prerequisite requirements, as per the ASU-Beebe online catalog.
4. The student's high school counselor, principal, designee, or superintendent must approve the specific courses and the number of hours in which the student desires to enroll each semester by signing the Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form.
5. The student must submit a Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form showing they are a student in good standing at their high school and have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5 on a 4.0 scale along with qualifying ACT or ACCUPLACER scores. The student's counselor, designee, or principal must sign on the Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form for these items. Home schooled students will need to provide the Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form, along with a transcript showing the GPA plus an ACT or ACCUPLACER score sheet. The Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form requires the signature of a parent or guardian, the student, and a high school designee.
6. The student must provide standardized test scores (ACT or ACCUPLACER) indicating that he/she meets the minimum placement test scores established for the course or program in which he/she wants to enroll. High school students must have the following scores in order to enroll in ANY general education concurrent enrollment course.
Required Test Scores
|Math (At HS Campus)||19 - Reading / 19 - Math||78 - Reading / 77 - Elementary Algebra|
|3-Hour Math Classes (At College Campus)||19 - Reading / 21 - Math||78 - Reading / 42 - College Level Math|
|5-Hour Math Classes (At College Campus)||19 - Reading / 19 - Math||78 - Reading / 77 - Elementary Algebra|
|English & Literature Classes||19 - Reading / 19 - English||78 - Reading / 83 - English|
|All other General Education Courses||19 - Reading||78 - Reading|
|Career Technical Courses at HS Campus||None Required||None Required|
|There may be additional pre-requisites or course sequences required to take specific classes.|
ASU-Beebe, ASU-Beebe Searcy campus, ASU-Beebe Heber Springs campus, and ASU-Beebe LRAFB campus administer the ACCUPLACER exam. Information regarding ACCUPLACER testing is available on our Testing Services website or by contacting the desired ASU-Beebe campus location or the Office of Concurrent Enrollment.
7. ASU-Beebe does not allow secondary school students to enroll in remedial/developmental education courses in English or reading for concurrent credit. Secondary school students may enroll in Review for College Algebra (MATH0112) when the course is taken in conjunction with a linked section of College Algebra (MATH1023) on one of the college campuses of ASU-Beebe . Secondary students enrolling in College Algebra with Review for College Algebra must still meet the designated statewide minimum scores for concurrent students. Remedial/developmental education courses cannot be used to meet the high school or university core subject area/unit requirements in English or math.
8. A concurrently enrolled student will be classified as non-degree seeking and will not be eligible for financial aid.
9. The student must complete the ASU-Beebe High School Concurrent Enrollment and Policy Form for each semester/term of enrollment.
10. Students are responsible for the payment of their tuition and fees for concurrent courses, and for the purchasing of the textbook (unless texts are supplied by the high school).
Frequently Asked Questions
Information related to a student's concurrent enrollment may be released to the parent/guardian who has signed their students enrollment form and provided their contact information.
ASU-Beebe does not allow secondary school students to enroll in remedial/developmental education courses in English or reading for concurrent credit. Secondary school students may enroll in Review for College Algebra (MATH0112) when the course is taken in conjunction with a linked section of College Algebra (MATH1023) on one of the college campuses of ASU-Beebe . Secondary students enrolling in College Algebra with Review for College Algebra must still meet the designated statewide minimum scores for concurrent students.
Remedial/developmental education courses cannot be used to meet the high school or university core subject area/unit requirements in English or math
Any general education class taken concurrently with ASU-Beebe will be transferrable to all public colleges and universities in the state of Arkansas. The majority of classes are also accepted by private colleges in the state, but students should contact the Registrar's Office of any private colleges they are considering before enrolling.
With the Arkansas Department of Higher Education's Course Transfer System (ACTS) students can view how general education courses transfer from and to the various Arkansas public colleges and universities. Using this information, students, parents, and school personnel can select an institution from the list provided and view how courses transfer. Some majors will have different requirements and/or may substitute courses for their program. Most institutions require a letter grade of "C" or better for transfer.
Students may still enroll in classes for concurrent credit either online or on one of ASU-Beebe's campuses if given permission by their school counselor. Students who wish to take concurrent classes that attend a non-partner high school will also need to complete the Concurrent Enrollment Verification form in addition to the Concurrent Enrollment Policy form.
Students attending a public or private high school which has a signed Memorandum of Understanding with ASU-Beebe for the academic year may take up to (15) credit hours of general education classes listed as part of the state minimum core in the ASU-Beebe Academic Catalog at 50% of ASU-Beebe's off-campus tuition rate. No fees will be assessed unless a student takes an online course. The cost for the 2018-2019 academic year for a (3) credit-hour class is $156*.
The next (16 - 30) credit hours of general education classes listed as part of the state minimum core in the ASU-Beebe Academic Catalog will be offered at 75% of ASU-Beebe's off-campus tuition rate. No fees will be assessed unless a student takes an online course. The cost for the 2018-2019 academic year for a (3) credit-hour class is $237*.
Tuition discounts are applicable to the number of credit hours taken by a student over their entire high school career. Any coursework taken beyond (30) credit hours, or any courses which are not General Education courses listed as part of the state minimum core, will be assessed at full tuition and fees.
*the online class fee is $25 per credit hour.
The tuition and fee rates for the current academic year may be found on the Cashier's Office page HERE.
There are three options for students to pay for their concurrent tuition.
1) The student can bring a check for their tuition to their high school during registration day. ASU-Beebe staff will accept their payment after scheduling classes for the student.
2) Students may pay at the Cashier's Office on one of our college campuses.
3) Students or parents may call the ASU-Beebe Business Office and pay with their credit card information over the phone.
4) Students can pay their tuition in full via their Vanguard Portal or set up a payment plan. Instructions for paying through the Vanguard Portal are available HERE.
In a concurrent class, college credit is conferred based upon your cumulative effort in the class and a letter grade is added to your ASU-Beebe transcript. In AP courses, students must pass a standardized test at the end of the year to determine if they will be awarded college credit. Each college and university accepts different AP scores.
Students taking concurrent classes can withdraw or drop from a class and will follow the same procedures and deadlines as a regularly enrolled ASU-Beebe student. Concurrent students may be refunded their concurrent tuition if they submit their drop form to the Office of Concurrent Enrollment by the final financial drop date listed in the ASU-Beebe Academic Calendar.