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Dear ASA Student,

Registration for Summer starts today, March 15. The Summer Semester dates are May 19 to August 31, 2021.


What kind of classes will be offered for summer? 

1. Remote Classes- Classes that meet in Zoom at a scheduled day and time. Attendance is taken by class participation.

2. Hybrid Classes- Classes meet live one hour per week on campus. Attendance is taken during the live meeting. No Zoom meetings are required.

3. Fully Online Classes- Classes have no live or Zoom meeting. All work in submitted through Blackboard only. Attendance is taken on a discussion board each week. Students must have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA to register for fully online classes.
How do I register? 

Registering is now easier than ever!

1. You can register by text. Respond to the text you received from our Registrar’s Office.

2. Register with your own Registrar! These registrars know your classes and your teachers best. E-mail them directly and request a schedule be sent to your student portal.

How do I get help with other issues? 

Planning on taking a semester off? Taking a leave or transferring to another school? Have other questions? Contact your Advisor.

ASA College is committed to providing an environment that is in line with CDC Guidelines. Please follow this link for additional information-


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