Students in Grades 10 to 12 with a 3.0 or higher GPA and school approval can register for Andrews University classes by following these steps.
For more detailed help, watch this video tutorial on how to apply and register.
Print and complete the registration form. Use the free adobe acrobat reader to fill in all fields, then resave, and attach to an email to your school counselor (or upload into your application if homeschooled).
If you are registering for courses with prerequisite math scores or homeschooled, scan and save a copy of most recent standardized test scores to upload into the application.
Here are the signatures needed, and why each is important:
On the fillable form, student and parent type in name and save before sending to school, where the school's completion of the form emailed directly on to email@example.com verifies their approval.
Homeschoolers: upload the form as a supplemental item into the application, in the first term you apply in each school year.
School counselors: attach the approved and completed form (which the student and parents digitally completed and emailed to you) to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The student will receive an email confirming registration, copied to the parent and school emails provided in the application. If further actions are needed to complete the registration, these will be emailed as well. The message will include the student's Andrews identification number, how to activate his or her Andrews University username (which is the email handle too), and how to purchase textbooks.
Students, here's where college begins: you must read for detail, and check your Andrews email every day you study.
If you chose to pay Andrews University directly, click here to pay online. Read the TouchNet Payment Options, then login, student, with your parent sharing payment information using the payment preferred.
If your school accepted billing, pay your part (if any) to your school. Even if you are paying through the school, it is your responsibility to check your Andrews statement mailed to the address entered in the application process. Third party billing begins in the 2nd month of a term, so you can ignore the first bill. As only tuition and registration fee are billed, any additional fees will be yours to pay directly. As transcripts are held until bills are paid, check and pay by the end of the term.
While payment is due by the first day of class; enroll before school is out in Spring for the next Fall and and Spring to secure a place in the class you really want. Registrations will be dropped if payment in full (or third party billing) is not in place by the term drop/add date (consult the Academic Calendar in this year's Bulletin for the specific date, usually 10 days after the start date).