Advising Center

Our goal is to help you achieve YOUR goals!

Summer and Fall 2019 Registration will open March 11, 2019!

What is an Advisor?

Advisors are individuals that help you plan your academic career. They guide you in choosing classes and direct you through the college process. Students should meet with their academic advisor each semester for assistance and guidance with degree planning, registration, and connecting to valuable resources on campus.

 

Who is my Advisor?

New and Returning Students:

Staff advisors in the Advising and Learning Center office will advise most new and returning students during the first semester. You can visit the New Student Advising & Registration page for more details on how to schedule an advising appointment.

 

Current Students:

Faculty advisor information can be found on your Vanguard Portal homepage, under the Advisor heading on the right. Students can send the assigned faculty academic advisor a secure message through the Vanguard Portal. 

Every current student is assigned an academic advisor based on his/her degree program. Students should look in their Vanguard Portal for the name of their academic advisor, which is located on the right-hand side of the Portal homepage. It is important to establish this mentoring relationship early in your time at ASU-Beebe. If you are unable to find the name of your advisor, please contact the Advising and Learning Center for assistance.

The majority of new students will schedule an advising appointment with the Advising and Learning Center. Students will receive a phone call, email, or text message with instructions for how to schedule an appointment. Please visit the New Student Advising & Registration page for more details. Walk-ins are also welcome. Please note that some degree programs are only advised by a faculty advisor (Example: Agriculture Equipment Technology), and these students will not be advised by the Advising and Learning Center.

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If you are dropping a course before the semester begins, you will need to login to your Vanguard Portal and click Online Registration under the Academics drop-down menu on the left. After modifying your registration, be sure to click Proceed to Final Step and then Register/Drop to complete the process.

You may adjust your schedule by adding or dropping courses at no charge during the open registration period. 

To drop a class after open registration, you need to visit the Registrar Forms Page to complete the Individual Course Drop Request form. The course instructor must sign-off on the request before you submit this form to your advisor for implementation. The Individual Course Drop form is available in Canvas for online courses. You may request a copy of the signed form from your advisor for your records. 

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 Students needing to change their degree path or major, should contact their assigned advisor. A new advisor will be assigned based on the area of interest, and the advisor will assist the student with the process of changing a major. Changing a major can result in completed courses not being used towards the new degree plan. Students need to discuss this possibility with an advisor before changing majors.

Students that need to update or change an advisor will need to contact the previous advisor. Students may also contact the Advising and Learning Center for more details on the process of changing an advisor.

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The Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) contains information about the transferability of courses within Arkansas public colleges and universities. Students are guaranteed the transfer of applicable credits and the equitable treatment in the application of credits for the admissions and degree requirements. Course transferability is not guaranteed for courses listed in ACTS as "No Comparable Course." Additionally, courses with a "D" grade frequently do not transfer. Institutional policies may vary. 

Check out the Arkansas Course Transfer System (ACTS) website.


The Roger Phillips Transfer Policy Act of 2009 established a system for fully transferable credit hours among public institutions of higher education for degrees in Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, and Associate of Arts in Teaching. It requires all four-year public institutions of higher education to accept all hours completed and to admit a transfer student with junior status in a baccalaureate degree program. The Act also specifies transfer guidelines for each two-year public institution within fifty miles of the four-year institution.

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Beebe Campus: 501-882-8867; McKay Student Center, Room 200

Heber Springs Campus: 501-362-1121, Student Services Bldg, 2nd Floor

Little Rock AFB University Center: 501-988-4151, University Center

Searcy Campus: 501-207-6252, Main Building

 

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2+2 Four-Year Agreements: Partnerships with four-year colleges to assist with the completion of a Bachelors degree

Career and Transfer Assistance: Career services, Transfer Expo, Transfer Checklist

Career Pathways: Student support initiative

Counseling Services: Free counseling services for all students

Degrees and Certificates: All degrees offered at ASU-Beebe

Disability Services: Accommodations and services

Financial Aid Office: FAFSA, Pell grants, Loans, Scholarships

Payment Due Dates: Cashier's Office, Payment Plan options

Registrar's Office: Transfer, Graduation, Transcript Request

Registrar Forms Page: Name Change, Withdraw, Diploma Request, Records Request

Testing Services: Placement test information and schedule 

TRIO/Student Support Services: Federally funded student support program

Tutoring Services: Tutoring schedule and guidelines for free tutoring

 Vanguard Hub: Additional Helpful Links

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Contact Us

 

ASU-Beebe
Advising & Learning Center
Dr. Eugene McKay Student Center
P.O. Box 1000
Beebe, AR 72012
Phone: 501.882.8867
Email: register@asub.edu
 
Office Hours:
Monday - Friday 
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Plan My Future

Advising and Orientation

Don't know what classes to take? Click here and connect with your advisor.

Degrees And Certificates

Want to know what we offer? Click here

Transfer Options

Needing to transfer? No problem, we have options!

Take college classes while still in high school

Concurrent Enrollment

Concurrent enrollment enables students to get a jump on their degree path by gaining college credits while still in high school.

Vanguard Academies

Click here to learn more about Vanguard Academies through your high school.

Regional Career Center

Courses taken at the Regional Career Center are full academic credit through your high school. Students are also eligible to receive concurrent college credit for most of our programs.

Earn my GED.

GED Offices

Meet our staff and locations.

GED Testing

The ASU-Beebe Adult Education Centers offer Official GED® Testing on the Searcy campus. 

Services Offered

ASUB Adult Ed offers a variety of services and trainings to better prepare the community for the workforce.

Advance my education and skills.

Workforce Education

These short-term classes are usually offered at night, weekends, or online and are designed to enhance personal or professional skills. 

Community Education

The Continuing Education/Workforce Development Department at ASU-Beebe sponsors numerous non-credit classes that are designed to meet the needs of the general public and business workforce.

Advanced Programs

Through a partnership between A-State and ASUB, students may earn baccalaureate degrees from Arkansas State University by taking coursework at the Degree Center on the Beebe campus.

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