Welcome to Asbury! This document is designed to give you all the information you need to know about technology and your account here at Asbury. Please use the links below to navigate through the document and learn more about your email account, how to register for classes, how to order textbooks, and more!
- Asbury University Email
- How to Add Your Asbury Email to a Phone, Tablet, or Computer
- How to Reset Your Asbury Password
- Accessing Your Student Portal
- Registering for Classes
- Completing the Financial Aid Process
- Finding and Ordering Textbooks
- Accessing your Asbury Decision Letter
- Technology Requirements
- Graduate Student Information
- Questions? Contact Information
What You Need to Know to Get Started:
How to Add Your Asbury Email to a Phone, Tablet, or Computer
|How to Add Your Asbury Email to Microsoft Outlook 2013 and 2016 (Mac)|
How to Reset Your Asbury Password
Accessing Your Student Portal
Through your Student Portal you can register for classes, complete your financial registration, see your student bill, 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.
Learn More: Accessing Your Student Portal
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.
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.
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.
Graduate Student Information
Each program has developed a document specifically for their Graduate Students. Use the links below to access your information. If you don't see yours, see your admissions counselor!
||Your Admissions Counseloremail@example.com||x2502
||Your Course Advisor||
(Listed in the Student Portal)