Student account charges are officially posted after the official drop/add deadline for the semester. You may view your charges online through the Asbury University Online Services Portal. Students should be aware that changes made to course registration may result in changes to your Student Account information. Students should also be aware that any charges posted to your account after the drop/add deadline may result in changes to your Student Account information.
It is important that students regularly monitor their Student Account. Students can access Student Accounts information online through the Asbury University Online Services Portal. Your Student Accounts Pathway to Success requires staying informed about the financial obligations of your education.
Student Accounts Pathway Tip!
After course registration is completed, students will receive a soft billing statement which will outline the charges placed on their student accounts. This statement will provide information about a student’s next steps for meeting the financial obligations for the semester.
After students have registered for courses, they should complete Financial Registration through the Asbury University Online Services Portal. Here you will register your vehicle (Note: Vehicle registration applies to Wilmore, KY campus-based students only and does not apply to students enrolled in online programs) and have access to your Online “Fact Sheet”. Your Fact Sheet outlines your upcoming student account charges prior to the official drop/add deadline for the semester.
Welcome to Asbury University! Students who have been admitted to the University and who have completed course registration will receive by mail a Student Accounts Information Packet. This packet includes information about the important steps that you will need to take prior to the start of your semester related to your Student Account. It is important that students respond in a timely manner to the information that is covered in this packet.
Center for Career and Calling
The Center for Career and Calling exists to assist students in developing effective career decision-making and employment skills reflective of God’s unique calling on their lives. We accomplish this by helping students through:
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Social Work program partner with other institutions and organizations to offer continuing education and professional development opportunities. A wide range of technology tools and resources allow for multiple forms of delivery including web-conferencing, webinars, distance learning, and on-campus. If you are interested in partnering with the School of GPS to deliver CEU or PD experiences please contact us.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies wants to partner with you to develop service learning and professional development opportunities that meet the needs of key stakeholders in your organization. Through the sharing of intellectual capital, resources and professional expertise, partnerships in professional service learning create opportunities for innovative learning, professional development and training solutions.
The School of Graduate and Professional Studies acknowledges that some adult learners bring to the University significant life and work-related learning and training experiences. The University works closely with these students to evaluate their learning, training, certification and professional development experiences for potential college credit.