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Welcome to the 2020 Summer Semester!

All of you are probably a bit apprehensive, concerned, or even scared.  You are not alone.  We all are.  We are indeed living in extraordinarily challenging times.  I sincerely hope that you and your loved ones are continuing to successfully navigate and adapt to the new norms. The good news is that the pandemic appears to have eased and the situation will soon be back to normal.  However, it will not be soon enough to open our on-ground Hialeah campuses for the summer semester.  In fact, the State of Florida will begin partially lifting the lockdown in the next few weeks.  For the summer semester, we have no choice but to continue to provide our educational services via online.

For those of you returning to ASA College: WELCOME BACK!  We are glad to have you back as you continue your journey to the ultimate goal: a seat during graduation at the Milander Center in Hialeah, Florida.  We are so delighted that you have decided to continue to be part of ASA’s amazing learning experience.  Our Hialeah faculty are looking forward to working with you.  All signs point to an incredible and productive summer semester.

For our new incoming students, ASA College is a place alive with a lot of energy, enthusiasm, and a standard of excellence second to none.  This is the beginning of your 15-month journey towards a brighter future.   Remember, you are not alone.  ASA is indeed a place with many opportunities and options.  ASA College has a vast number of resources (Tutoring, Library, Career Services) and a very talented faculty and staff who will help you succeed.  ASA is a place where you will learn the skills that will allow you to excel in the career you selected. If you are not sure of your goals or what discipline to take at this point, it is okay.  Do not let that stop you from continuing down your education path. You can always change your mind and your degree at a later date. Ask questions, talk to your instructors, fellow students, your advisor, your Provost, or even your College President.  Do not let a single question go unanswered. If you still have unanswered questions, contact me.

We embark on this summer semester with a pledge to all of you: this will be a semester of engaging, meaningful, and rigorous work in our virtual classrooms. Our staff of highly qualified professional educators and support personnel are committed to providing you with all of the resources you need, both inside and outside of the virtual classrooms.

 

Best regards,

Jose Valencia, CPA

President

ASA College, Inc.

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