Welcome to Asbury University! This document is designed to provide pertinent information about the program, the technology and your student account with Asbury.
- Overview of the Program
- Asbury University Email
- How to Reset Your Asbury Password
- Accessing Your Student Portal
- Registering for Classes
- Completing the Financial Aid Process
- Finding and Ordering Textbooks
- BioSig ID
- Accessing your Asbury Decision Letter
- Technology Requirements
- Questions? Contact Information
The Graduate Education program offers a unique learning platform that allows students to attend class remotely in a live, synchronous web environment. Students will experience the benefits of the face to face classroom experience with the flexibility of an entirely online program.The GradEd programs at Asbury include Master of Arts, Master of Arts in Teaching, and Educational Leadership.
Dr. Sharon Bixler is the Dean of the School of Education. She has a PhD in STEM Education, a MA in Education with an Instructional Technology Endorsement, and a BA in Mathematics.
Every student at Asbury University receives a unique email address to communicate with professors and other students and stay informed about campus activities. After you have been accepted by the University, you should receive an email containing your network credentials (username and password). Once you have these credentials, you can log into your Asbury Email, your Student Portal, and more!
Your Asbury email account is an Outlook Exchange account and can be added to Microsoft Outlook on your computer, to your phone, or you can access your O365 account online. To access online, type office.asbury.edu into the URL bar of your browser (Chrome, Firefox or Safari) and sign in with your Asbury email address and password.
For more details about how to use your Asbury email:
How to add your Asbury email account to your smart phone:
How to add your Asbury email account to Microsoft Outlook on your personal computer:
- How to Add Your Asbury Email to Microsoft Outlook 2010 and 2016 (Windows)
- How to Add Your Asbury Email to Microsoft Outlook 2013 and 2016 (Mac)
How to Reset Your Asbury Password
You can reset your Asbury password or unlock your account at anytime by logging into password.asbury.edu. Before you can change your password or unlock your account, you must setup your password.asbury.edu account. You will not be able to change your password (in the case of a forgotten password) if you have not already set up your password.asbury.edu account. Changing the password here will change it for all Asbury sites: Discovery, your Student Portal, etc.
How to Enroll with Password.asbury.edu
Accessing Your Student Portal
Through your Student Portal you can register for classes, complete your financial registration, view your unofficial transcript, update your emergency contact and more. In addition, it displays your classification, advisor, major, and any minors you have declared. Please see the section on Registering for Classes for more information on class registration.
Registering for Classes
You can register for your in-person and online classes through your Student Portal. You will receive an email from the Registrar's office detailing your registration period. During this time, you can add and drop classes through your Student Portal.
Federal aid may be available to eligible students taking five or more credit hours each semester.
Submit your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)
To receive financial aid determination at Asbury University, students must complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) for each academic year.
- It is available January 1 and should be submitted as soon as possible for optimum consideration.
- The Asbury University School Code is 001952
- FAFSA Website: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/
Graduate Aid Application
All Graduate students wishing to be considered for federal financial aid must complete a Graduate Aid Application annually. The GAA form will automatically be added as a checklist item in your application portal if you indicated that you will be using financial aid on your application. You can fill this out within your application portal, and it will automatically be submitted to the financial aid office for you. This form, along with the FAFSA, will enable us to determine your financial aid eligibility.
Note: If you did not indicate on your application that you plan on filing the FAFSA, please contact the financial aid office (email@example.com).
Discovery is the service powered by D2L Brightspace that Asbury uses for online class management. Students taking online classes will find all of their course content, assignments, syllabi, etc. on Discovery. Many professors teaching in-person classes also use Discovery to upload their syllabi and provide a place for online submission of assignments. As a student at Asbury, you will want to frequently check Discovery to stay up-to-date on your classes.
All online courses will use Zoom for virtual class sessions. Please see the link below for more information on using Zoom for your classes.
Finding and Ordering Textbooks
Students may order their textbooks online through the Asbury University Student Bookstore or by using your Student Portal. When ordering textbooks online through either of these avenues, students may pay for textbooks using a Student Voucher. Selecting the Student Voucher payment method will place textbook charges on your student account at the University. This will allow you to pay for the textbooks at a later date or use loans/grants/scholarships to pay for the textbooks. Students may also pay for textbooks with a credit card.
Note: Vouchers may only be used 3 weeks prior to classes starting, and two weeks after they begin. It is best to order all textbooks prior to the start of the semester.
If you wish, you may purchase your textbooks outside of Asbury University. Please note, when purchasing textbooks and materials outside of the institution, make sure that you are securing the correct required textbook editions and materials. The best ways to ensure that you are securing the correct textbooks and materials is to access textbook information through the Asbury University Online Bookstore at asburyu.ecampus.com and to use the book’s ISBN number when searching for a textbook online.
According to federal requirements, all educational institutions are charged with "verifying the identity of a student who participates in and completes the course or program." Given this requirement, all Asbury University students must verify their identity prior to beginning any online coursework. Students will authenticate through the creation and use of a biometric signature (BioSig-ID).
Asbury Decision Letter
Asbury University has requirements/recommendations for student computers that will be brought to campus or used by online students. The document lists these as well as other frequently asked questions about computers at Asbury, the computer labs, discounts, and other software questions.
TaskStream is the online portfolio required for all undergraduate and graduate education students. TaskStream is a third party source used by Asbury University, you will need to purchase a subscription for the service to use TaskStream during your time at Asbury.
- Call 859-858-5177 or campus extension 2177
- Click to visit us online at http://www.asbury.edu/its
- Or Visit us in the Kinlaw Library, room 131