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Registration Information

Registration is open two times a year. Registration for summer and fall terms opens in March, and registration for spring terms opens in October. Students must consult with an academic advisor before registering for classes.

Open Registration Events For Fall 2020

ASU-Beebe will be hosting Open Registration Days on our Beebe, Heber Springs, and Searcy campuses for new and returning students to meet with faculty advisors and student services staff on our campuses. 

Students may also schedule a remote advising appointment by emailing or calling (501) 882-8867. 

Please note that we will be practicing social distancing to ensure the safety and comfort of our students, staff and faculty during each Open Registration Day. 

Open Registration Days

 Thurs., August 6

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Tues., August 11

9 a.m. - 7 p.m.


Wed., August 19

9 a.m. - 2 p.m.

Thurs., August 20

9 a.m. - 7 p.m.


Social Distancing Guidelines for Open Registration Events

  •  Students will be admitted to Open Registration Day on a one in, one out basis.
  • Students may only bring (1) guest with them to an Open Registration Day.
  • Please maintain six feet distance between you and others while attending.
  • Face masks are required while inside the building. Disposable face masks will be available for free at check-in if you do not have your own face covering.  
  • Check-in Information 
    • Students will check-in at the front door.
    • After checking-in, please return to your car and we will call/text you when the next advisor is available.
    • When it is your turn, please return to the check-in table and we will take you to meet with an advisor. 
    • If you need to meet with Admissions, Financial Aid, or the Cashier's Office after your appointment, please return to the check-in table after exiting the building.  

Campus Specific Information 

Open Registration on the Beebe campus will be held in the Business & Agriculture Building (building 17 on the campus map). The Check-in station will be at the entrance of the building adjacent to Mississippi Street. 

Beebe Campus Map 

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 Check-in for Open Registration will be at the main entrance of the Student Services and Administration building on the Heber Springs campus (building 2 on the campus map).

Heber Springs Campus Map

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Check-in for Open Registration will be at the South West entrance of the Main Building (marked by a star on the Searcy campus map).

Searcy Campus Map 


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 Click for Important Dates       Click for Advising Information


Once you have registered, please review your student schedule prior to attending your first course. Course locations and meeting times can change from the time you registered.

Please note that courses offered in 8-week terms have different attendance, registration, drop, and refund dates than regular terms.

To review a complete listing of important dates for all terms, visit the Academic Calendar page. 

Federal regulations for financial aid require attendance in your courses to be eligible to receive aid.

Attendance must be in the form of physically attending the class, submitting an assignment, or completing the Syllabus/Attendance quiz for online classes. Students, who do not attend by the census date for the term, will be unregistered as a "no-show" and will have a limited time period to request reinstatement in the course. 


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