Arkansas State University - Newport

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Overview

To get started with ASU-Newport, simply decide what type of student you will be while you're at ASUN.  

If you are attending ASUN and want to receive a degree please click on the arrow beside "Get Started and Earn a Degree at ASU-Newport".  

To take a few classes that you'll use for your degree elsewhere click on the arrow beside "Get Started as a Visiting Student".  

Get Started as a Visiting Student

Step 1: Application (time 15-25 minutes)

To begin the application for ASU-Newport simply create an account after clicking on the following link, ASU-Newport Visiting Student ApplicationATTENTION: Our application is currently experiencing technical issues, if you run into an error message please email  . We can resolve any issue you run into and have you registered before classes start!

During the application process, the system will create a login based on your first name and last name. Please write this login down as it will be your login for MyCampus (mycampus.asun.edu) and your email address upon entrance into ASU-Newport. This login will also allow your information to be saved as you progress through the application. 

Please take your time and answer the questions to the best of your ability. Information that is incorrect may cause a delay in the processing of your application. Once the admissions application is submitted, the Admissions Office will review it and contact you via your personal email that you provided when creating your MyCampus account. 

Step 2: Submit Required Documents

As a visiting student, you will only be required to submit documents if you plan to enroll in English Comp 1 (ENG 1003) and/or College Algebra (MATH 1023).  To enroll in these courses, you must submit ACT, Accuplacer, Compass, SAT scores, or unofficial transcripts listing completion of pre-requisite courses to our Admissions office.

For all other courses, you may enroll immediately after your application is completed and processed.

If you need to submit test scores or unofficial transcripts, upload these documents via MyCampus.  Click here to learn how to upload documents via MyCampus.

For the Office of Admission's forms and resources click here.  If you have questions, please email 

Step 3: Admitted!

Once you receive your admitted student communication, you are ready to enroll in courses!

Step 4: Enrolling in Courses

  1. Go to mycampus.asun.edu and log in.
  2. Select "Academics", then select "Online Registration"
    • On the enrollment dropdown, make sure it states "Visiting Student Program"
  3. Under "Term", select the term you wish to enroll in
  4. Hit the "Select" button to the far right
  5. On the next page, select "Begin Online Registration"
  6. Under "Course Search" there are 2 areas to select:
    • Under "Display" select "Elective"
    • Under "Search Results" click on the "+" sign (left side of class) for the class you wish to enroll.
  7. Click on the "Add" button
  8. Under Selected Courses click on "Proceed to Final Step"
  9. On the next page, click on the "Register/Drop1" button to submit your schedule
  10. On the next page, your classes will be listed under the "Course Schedule" tab

Step 5: Get your Books/Pass your Class

If you would like to lookup or purchase your books you can find them through our ASU-Newport Bookstore.

Courses Begin: 

Fall 2018: August 20, 2018

Spring 2019: January 14, 2019

Summer I 2019: May 28, 2019

Summer II 2019: July 1, 2019

Accessing your classes online: 
For many of our classes offered at ASU-Newport will either require portions of the course to be accessed throughout the week offsite from the internet. ASU-Newport uses Canvas LMS to house its courses. To access this website please use the instructions in the link below.

http://its.asun.edu/accessing-canvas-lms/ 

Step 6: Pay your Bill

Go to mycampus.asun.edu and log in.  Click on the link that says "Click here to View/Pay Your Bill" in the middle of the homepage.  Once the page loads, you should see a button that states "Make a Payment".  Select Account and enter an amount to pay.  Follow the instructions based on the method of payment.

Step 7: Get your classes transferred!

When you need your completed courses transferred to your home institution, click here to access the transcript and records request form. Complete and submit the form, and you're all set!

Get Started and Earn a Degree at ASU-Newport

Step 1: Application (time 15-25 minutes)

To begin the application for ASU-Newport simply create an account after clicking on the following link, ASU-Newport Student ApplicationATTENTION: Our application is currently experiencing technical issues, if you run into an error message please email  . We can resolve any issue you run into and have you registered before classes start!

During the application process, the system will create a login based on your first name and last name. Please write this login down as it will be your login for MyCampus (mycampus.asun.edu) and your email address upon entrance into ASU-Newport. This login will also allow your information to be saved as you progress through the application.

Please take your time and answer the questions to the best of your ability. Information that is incorrect may cause a delay in the processing of your application. Once the admissions application is submitted, the Admissions Office will review it and contact you via your personal email that you provided when creating your MyCampus account. 

Step 2: Submit Required Documents

Please submit the following documents to complete the admission process:

  • Official High School Transcript OR GED scores
  • Proof of two (2) Measles, Mumps and Rubella injections (MMRs)
  • College Entrance Exam Scores (less than five years old)
  • Submit Official College Transcripts from ALL colleges attended

You can submit documents via mail at
ASU-Newport
ATTN: Admissions Office
7648 Victory Blvd.
Newport, AR 72112

Or, you can submit scores or unofficial transcripts via MyCampus.  Click here to learn how to upload documents via MyCampus

For the Office of Admission's forms and resources click here.  If you have questions, please email 

Step 3: Complete your FAFSA

In most cases, an FAFSA (Federal Application for Student Aid) is needed if seeking Financial Aid or scholarships. To apply for the FAFSA, please have all of your tax forms and possibly your parent’s information as well if you filed as a dependent on your Federal Income Tax Forms. This will take about thirty minutes to complete. Click here to access the FAFSA site (School Code 042034). If you are applying for federal financial aid for ASU-Newport please go to http://www.asun.edu/financial_aid to access the latest in information and documents to begin this process.  If you have questions, please call 870-512-7835.
If you need assistance completing the FAFSA, please visit one of the advising/financial aid offices to help you with that process.

Step 4: Register for an E.N.G.A.G.E. Session

Schedule an E.N.G.A.G.E. session to get oriented on the great things ASU-Newport has to offer you!  E.N.G.A.G.E. sessions will be available July through August. At the sessions, you will sit down with an ASU-Newport advisor to establish your academic path while at ASU-Newport. Additionally, you will receive information about financial aid, academic support resources, disability services, information technology services, and much more!  

Click Here to Register for an E.N.G.A.G.E. Session 

Questions?
Newport: 870-512-7800
Jonesboro: 870-932-2176
Marked Tree: 870-358-2117

Economic Security Report
Employment and Earnings Outcomes of Arkansas’s Graduates from State-Supported Institutions of Higher Education
2016 Economic Security Report PDF 

Step 5: Start-Class!

Summer I 2018: May 29, 2018

Summer II 2018: July 2, 2018

Fall 2018: August 20, 2018

Spring 2019: January 14, 2019

Summer I 2019: May 28, 2019

Summer II 2019: July 1, 2019

Concurrent High School Program

What is Concurrent Enrollment?

A concurrent enrollment course is a course in which a high school student receives college credit and the instructor is a high school teacher.  A dual enrollment course is a course in which a high school student receives college credit for a course taught by a college instructor.

 

How will I benefit?

There are many benefits of taking college classes while you’re still in high school. You can:

  • get a head start on college
  • earn college credits early (possibly earning your college degree in less than four years)
  • challenge yourself academically
  • get a taste of the academic and social aspects of college life

Am I eligible?

Check with the counselor at your high school for eligibility.

Which classes can I take?

Check with the counselor at your high school for eligibility.

How many classes can I take?

Check with the counselor at your high school for limitations.

Can I take classes online?

Dual enrollment online courses are available for students with permission/support from their principal.

The application for the ASU-Newport Concurrent program can be found at https://fbrenderer-336.campusnet.net/#/renderer/110 

IGNITE High School Program

To enroll in the IGNITE Academy contact Typhanie Myers at (870)512-7719 or

For more information visit www.asun.edu/programs/ignite

Frequently Asked Questions

I am enrolled in classes...Now What?

How do I...

Log into MyCampus

Visit mycampus.asun.edu to access your course(s) via Canvas.

Retrieve My Username and Password

  • Go to https://selfservice.asun.edu 
  • Select "Forgotten Password" below the login.
  • Type in your ASU-Newport Email address. Example:
  • Select "Send a reset password link to my personal email address"
  • Check your personal email address. It may take up to five minutes to get to your inbox.
  • Follow the onscreen instructions to complete the reset password process.
  • Please allow up to forty-five minutes for your password to sync to our cloud application such as Canvas LMS and Outlook.

View My Bill

  • Visit mycampus.asun.edu and visit the Nelnet section. Click on the link that says “Click here to View/Pay your bill”. 
  • Tuition, fees, and other charges will be available to view in MyCampus upon registration.

Pay My Bill

Q: How do I find out my balance and make payments?

A:

  • Go to mycampus.asun.edu and visit the Nelnet section. Click on the link that says “Click here to View/Pay your bill
  • Call 870-512-7802 to make a payment over the phone.
  • Visit one of our campuses to make a payment in person.

View My Courses

Q: I am not sure where to go to access my course(s).

A: Visit mycampus.asun.edu and click on the Canvas Icon.

Access My Course

Q: I went to Canvas and my course(s) are not showing!

A: Courses are available to view on the day they are scheduled to begin.

Books

Enrolled in Summer I 2018 courses: Visit https://asun.textbooktech.com/ to view course materials.

Enrolled in Summer II 2018 courses and beyond: MORE INFORMATION COMING SOON!

View My Financial Aid

DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS ONLY:

Have you completed the FAFSA? If not, please complete the FAFSA as soon as possible. Be sure to add the ASU-Newport School Code: 042034.

Financial Aid Awards

Do you have a financial aid award on your student account? Check mycampus.asun.edu to see if you have an award posted. If you do not have an award and have completed the FAFSA, email .

Stipends

Students who have money remaining after their tuition and fees have been paid will receive a stipend. Stipends (refunds) are processed after the census date. The census date is the point in time in which ASU-Newport verifies students are attending courses. No stipends will be processed before the census date each term.

In most cases, stipends will reach student bank accounts two to three days after they are processed by ASU-Newport. For students who do not have direct deposit, they will need to make arrangements to come to campus to pick up their check three to four days after the stipends are processed.

Summer I Census Date: June 4, 2018

Summer II Census Date: July 9, 2018

Access Student Support Resources

Visit Student Support Services at http://asun.edu/student-resources

Access Academic Support Services

Get Tutoring

Q: I need extra academic help in my classes!

A: Visit mycampus.asun.edu and click on SmartThinking

Drop My Course(s)

If you need to drop a course, please utilize the form in the link below. Withdrawing from courses before the drop date will result in a W on your academic transcript. Withdraws not completed on or before the last day to withdraw will result in an F grade for your course(s).

NOTE: If you withdraw from your courses (after the census date), you are still responsible for your charges.

Last Day to Withdraw from Courses:

Summer I: June 15, 2018

Summer II: July 20, 2018

Withdraw Request: https://files.asun.edu/admissions/Withdraw_Request_Form.pdf

Completed Withdraw Requests can be scanned and emailed to or dropped off at the ASU-Newport campus closest to you.

Transfer My Course(s) to Another Institution

After you complete your course(s) and you have a zero balance for your student account, request an official transcript to be sent to the institution of your choice!

Transcript and Records Request: https://files.asun.edu/admissions/Transcript_and_Records_Request.pdf .

Send completed Transcript Request Forms to .

If you have still have questions, please email