Graduate Student Community Life
Asbury University’s School of Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS) is part of a distinguished, faith-based university in the Christian liberal arts tradition. Additional information regarding Community Expectations for students enrolled in the Adult Professional Studies Program and the Graduate Program can be found in the specific program Student Handbooks.
GPS Advising Center
The GPS Advising Center provides a contact point and additional resource for adult learners on campus and online in the APS and Graduate Programs. Email: email@example.com
Center for Academic Excellence
The Center for Academic Excellence (CAE), located on the lower level of the Kinlaw Library, exists to support students across all disciplines. Students in the Adult Professional Studies Program can access fee-based tutoring through the CAE web site, asbury.edu/academics/cae or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Contact the CAE Director, ext. 2375, or your program office for details.
Center for Career and Calling
Online Job Postings - Access to the online internship and job board at www.asbury.edu/career (postings from employers specifically interested in candidates from Asbury)
Career Resources and Job Preparation - Asbury University LibGuides online career resources (resume writing, job search tools, etc) on our website
One-on-one Consultation - Free one-time consultation throughout the academic year with a Career and Calling staff member (by appointment only) in-person, by phone or by Skype.
Career Tools - Career assessment costs: MBTI and Strong Interest Inventory $12 at all times, StrengthsFinder $12.50 at all times.
See asbury.edu/career for additional information and online resources or contact us at email@example.com or ext. 2401.
Students with physical limitations needing minimal accommodations can be successful at Asbury University. The institution attempts to assist students with their specific needs in and out of the classroom. Students with physical disabilities who are considering attending the University must contact the Vice President of Student Development/Dean of Students (ext. 2116) to discuss their situation and accommodation needs.
Housing – Wilmore Campus Only
The University has a limited amount of housing for APS students. Contact the Office of Residence Life (ext. 2322) at the earliest possible date, as there may be a wait list.
Intramural Sports – Wilmore Campus Only
The intramural program is open to all Asbury University students, alumni, faculty, and staff on the Wilmore campus. A variety of sports, activities, and special events are available throughout the year. Visit asbury.edu/intramurals or call ext. 4615 for more information.
International Student Support
International students meet regularly with the staff to answer questions regarding their student visa status and to ensure that they are maintaining compliance with U.S. regulations regarding international student study in the U.S. Individual support that is responsive to the specific needs of each international student is also provided to assist her or him in acquiring the knowledge and skills necessary to grow and develop personally and to be academically successful at the University. See asbury.edu/student-life/intercultural-programs or call ext. 2314 for additional information.
2013-14 Bulletin 08/13/2013