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Transfer and Returning Students
Out of college for a year or more? We're here to guide you!

Transfer and Returning Students Out of college for a year or more? We're here to guide you!

Returning Transfer Students

Students who have attended other colleges/universities since leaving ASU-Beebe are considered returning transfer students. Returning transfer students must:
  1. Submit a new application.
  2. Submit an official transcript from each institution attended since leaving ASU-Beebe. 

Returning Students

Students who have not attended any other college since leaving ASU-Beebe only need to submit a new application for admission and may be eligible for immediate returning admission if all their documents are still on file. 

How to Submit a Returning Student Application

1. Click on the "Online Application" button above 
2. Click on "First Time User Account Creation" 
3. Create a username and six-digit pin 
4. Select "Transfer or Returning" under Application Type, and then click "Continue" 

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to submit a new application? 

Yes, all students not currently enrolled must submit a new application for admission to register for future classes.  

Do I have to resubmit all my documents again? 

Not necessarily! Depending on how long ago you attended ASU-Beebe, we may still have everything on file to re-admit you to the college. 

What if I attended another college since leaving ASU-Beebe? 

If you attended other colleges/universities since you were last at ASU-Beebe, we would need final official transcripts from those schools. 

Will I have to retest for admission? 

You will not have to retake any college-level placement exams for returning student admission, but if you plan to take a Math or English course, you might have to re-test to enroll in those specific classes. The ASU-Beebe Academic Catalog requires all college-level placement scores to be less than five years old. 

Specific academic programs may require additional placement exams for acceptance into the program. 

Important Info

The Higher Education Consumer Guide provides critical information, such as retention and graduation rates, cost of tuition, loan default rates, admission rates, average test scores, job placement rates, and income of college alums, with the intention of better informing prospective students and legal guardians of prospective students.
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