If you are new to dual credit at ASU, be sure to check out our orientation video for all the important information you need.
As an ASU dual credit student, we want to see you succeed! If you need help deciding what dual classes are right for you, discover our exploratory tracks and contact your dual credit academic advisor.
We can help you determine your best path based on the degree you plan to pursue after high school.
If you are taking online dual credit classes, you will be using Blackboard to access your class. Make sure you are checking in often for announcements and important information. You can also receive academic support in Blackboard by going to Academic Services (top tool bar). ASU’s Math Lab, Tutor Center and SI tutors are hosting sessions in Collaborate, and students can talk and video chat with ASU tutors.
As an ASU student, you have access to all our academic support services, including the Writing Center, Math Lab and Upswing, our 24/7 online tutoring service. Log in to Upswing with your ASU username and password. If you have tutoring questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students can be approved for accommodations for an ASU dual credit course upon request. Students must request accommodations through the high school and ASU for dual credit courses and will need to renew each semester a student wishes to receive accommodations in a dual credit class. To request or renew accommodations, students must log into the ASU Accommodations Request site. Instructions can be found on Apply for Disability Accommodations.
Our Porter Henderson Library has online resources that include journals and periodicals, and also offers assistance with research. These services are free of charge to our dual credit students. For more information, see the Guide to Library Services for Dual Credit Students.
Our Career Development Center has resources to assist you with planning your academic future and career exploration. These services are free of charge to our dual credit students. Visit Career Development for more information.
Remember that the grades you get in your dual credit classes will be reflected on an official Angelo State University transcript. Low grades can result in probation or suspension, and may effect your future financial aid eligibility. So make sure you are doing well!
If you need to send your dual credit coursework to another institution, transcripts can be ordered in person on the ASU campus or online.
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Are you interested in becoming a future Ram? ASU dual credit students who complete six (6) hours of dual credit with at least a 3.0 GPA will automatically be accepted into ASU. Visit our admissions page to find out more on how to apply, and contact your admissions counselor.