Course Information

Fall Semester 2022
  • Last day to apply online and submit documents: August 19
  • First day of classes: August 30
  • Last day to add or drop classes with 100% tuition refund: September 8
  • Last day to drop classes with 70% tuition refund: September 15
  • Last day to drop classes with 40% tuition refund: September 22
  • Last day to drop classes with a W grade: November 23 (no refunds after September  22)
  • Last day of semester: December 16 (exams end, classes end earlier)
Spring Semester 2021
  • Last day to apply and submit documents: December 30, 2021
  • First day of classes: January 10
  • Last day to add or drop classes with 100% tuition refund: January 19
  • Last day to drop classes with 70% tuition refund: January 26
  • Last day to drop classes with 40% tuition refund: February 2
  • Last day to drop classes with a W grade: April 19 (no refunds after February 2)
  • Last day of semester: May 5 (exams end, classes end earlier)
  • Tuition: $150 per credit
  • Guest fee: $80 per semester
  • Course/lab fees: see course listing in course schedule
  • Incomplete fee: $35
  • Cost of textbooks and other materials required vary per course

Cost may be covered by a third party if you attend public school, a homeschool partnerships, or an Adventist Academy.  Ask your guidance counselor or registrar for more information.

Watch our video tutorial, read how to register, email precollege@andrews.edu, or call 269-471-6323.

Order textbooks to arrive before the class starts. All materials are listed in the course syllabus available through the course schedule two weeks before the class starts. The syllabus is also included in your online course space a few days before class begins.  

Textbooks for main campus classes can be purchased in the Andrews Bookstore. If living away from campus, amazon.com ships faster. Wherever you choose to purchase, check the ISBN, author, title, publisher, and year of publication.  

If the textbook includes online software access, purchase the textbook new to get the code you need. Otherwise, used textbooks are a great savings, and rentals of digital versions are worth considering too.