Academic Clemency is a one-time, irrevocable calculation of grade point average and credit hours to be based only on work done after a prolonged separation from college.
In addition to the loss of grades and credits, students also forfeit the use of previous placement scores and prerequisites already completed.
Note to Financial Aid Recipients: Academic Clemency does not expunge a student’s record for Financial Aid purposes. When determining eligibility, cumulative attempted hours, cumulative earned hours, cumulative semesters, and cumulative grade point average will remain a part of the student’s permanent record.
Students may use this form to allow a parent, guardian, or other third party access to the student's educational records and other information.
- The form must be completed by the student.
- The form can either be submitted in-person to the Registrar's Office on the Beebe campus or the Admissions Offices on the Heber Springs or Searcy campuses or;
- Submitted via the student's ASU-Beebe email to email@example.com.
- Students must either have a government issued photo ID with them when submitting the form in-person or submit a scanned copy of their photo ID with the form when submitting via email.
All students auditing a course will pay the regular tuition and fees for the course. No credit will be awarded for courses audited. Audited courses will be counted as part of the stated maximum load for a semester or term. Auditors are expected to meet all requirements for a course with the exceptions of taking examinations and completing formal written papers. The names of those persons registered to audit a course will appear on the class roster. Permission from professor is required for audit.
This form is used to drop an individual course. The instructor of the course is required to sign the form. The instructor will keep the form and send the Registrar's office an activity to initiate the drop. The student's Academic Advisor will be notified a course has been dropped.
It is highly recommended that students speak with their advisor before making the decision to drop.
To view the last day to drop or withdraw from classes, please check the current semester's Academic Calendar.
Students receiving Title IV Financial Aid may be required to pay back all or part of their aid when dropping a course. Please review to the ASU-Beebe webpage: Withdraw Impact on Financial Aid.
Credits earned through non-traditional methods may be awarded upon evaluation. Students may petition the College Registrar in writing as to the specific courses for which they wish to receive credit, with a rationale as to why credit should be given for each course. The courses must be direct equivalents to current ASU-Beebe courses.
This form is used to withdraw from all classes and from the institution. This will also unregister the student from any classes in which they are registered for the next semester.
After withdrawing, please complete the Withdrawal Survey.
To view the last day to drop or withdraw from classes please check the current semester's Academic Calendar.