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 are strongly advised to consult with an academic advisor before registering for classes. 

Registration for Spring 2023 is open!

       Click To Search for Classes      Click for How To Register Classes  

 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 Part of Term courses (4-week or 8-week courses) have different attendance, registration, drop, and refund dates than full semester term courses.

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 date published on the Academic Calendar will be unregistered as a "no-show" and will have a limited time period to request reinstatement in the course.  

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.

Visit the Vanguard Hub

Visit the Banner Self-Service portal

Your portal to your Vanguard Future!


Request an Official Transcript

Get your transcript sent where you need it.

Need Something Else?

Visit the Vanguard Hub for all your student resources.

Visit for a semester!

Visiting Students

Visiting Students are enrolled at a college seeking credit for course work at another college.


Let us help you achieve your education goals!

Vanguard Hub

Visit the Vanguard Hub for all your student resources.