Arizona State University Registration and Course Completion Procedures

Outlined below are the steps required for students to enroll and complete a course at ASU as a NEXus TEACHING Institution.

Steps:  

1. Course Identification:

Student identifies course/s at www.winnexus.org.

2. Communicate with HOME Faculty Advisor:

Course selections should be approved by the student’s advisor.

3. Contact HOME Institution:

The Campus Faculty Coordinator (CFC) and the Campus Staff Coordinator (CSC) at the student’s HOME institution need to be contacted about the student’s plan to enroll in a NEXus course.

4. NEXus Tracking: 

Download and submit a completed NEXus Tracking Form  to HOME Campus Staff Coordinator.

5. HOME Institution Consortium Agreement form: 

 If you are receiving financial aid, complete and route your HOME Institution Consortium Agreement Form to have funds applied towards NEXus courses. (see consortium agreement for routing information)

6. Contact TEACHING Institution:  

Incoming students contact Campus Staff Coordinator (CSC) at Arizona State University: 

Campus Staff Coordinator (CSC): Levi Colton
Phone: (602) 496-0774
Email: levi.colton@asu.edu

7. Registration Deadlines:

Students must apply/register according to the deadlines stated by each individual Teaching Institution. Please visit the following link to see important deadline dates: http://www.winnexus.org/registration-deadlines

8. Apply to TEACHING Institution:

Student applies to the Graduate School as a non-degree/non-matriculating student. http://graduate.asu.edu/admissions/nondegree.html

The Graduate College notifies students when they have been accepted. There is a $70.00 application fee.

9. Student Account: 

Student is issued an ASU account, and is e-mailed the account ID and instructions on how to access it.

10. Student Notification: 

Student notified via Graduate School. Student logs in to access course registration, payment, technology platform etc.

11. Course Enrollment: 

It is the responsibility of the student to enroll in the course.

12. Platform: 

Teaching faculty use Adobe Connect for the platform, which operates online so students do not have to install any software. Students must have high speed internet connection, a microphone, and webcam.

13. Payment: 

Students are billed through their ASU account, and tuition is due the week before the semester starts. Students can pay by check, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover. Late fees are assessed if students pay after the tuition deadline.

14. Teaching Faculty Contact:

The student should contact the instructor if needed. Most instructors will contact students the first week of the course, but some instructors may contact students the week before class starts. Contact is made through teh students' ASU email accounts.

15. Course materials/ Library access:

A syllabus will be available noting required syllabus and materials. Also, a book list is available through MyASU, and students can often even order the books online through the ASU bookstore.

16. Course:  

Student completes course.

17. Add/Drop:

The student should notify the instructor and teaching institutions CSC. Most of the time, students can drop the course on MyASU on the ‘registration’ tab. The University has a course withdrawal deadline that occurs about 5-6 weeks before the end of the semester.

18. Transcript: 

Transcripts are requested through the student’s MyASU account under the My Programs section. The student will  then click on the transcripts link and will be prompted to pay a fee. The fee for official transcripts is $15 and will be reimbursed.

19. Other:  

Sometimes, Health Services puts a hold on accounts because ASU requires a MMR record, but ASU CSC will request a waiver.

 

Glossary of terms

CSC – Campus Staff Coordinator

CFC – Campus Faculty Coordinator

HOME – Institution student will obtain degree from

TEACHING – Institution student is taking course from