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General Education Form

The General Education Program develops a foundation and motivation for the lifelong pursuit of learning in undergraduate students at Arkansas State University by introducing them to a broad range of essential areas of knowledge that will enable them to think critically and participate ethically in a democratic nation and a global society. The General Education Program is designed to be completed in the first and second years.

University Withdrawal Form

Prior to the start of a semester, students enrolled through the A-State Jonesboro campus who wish to discontinue enrollment at A-State may drop all classes through their Self-Service account. However, once the semester begins, tuition and certain fees or penalties may be assessed and students will no longer have the ability to drop all classes (withdraw) through Self-Service. To drop all courses for a semester (withdraw), students must complete the withdrawal form. For questions about this process, contact the Wilson Advising Center at 870-972-3001. For information about the refund policy, contact Student Accounts at 870-972-2285. This form should only be completed by students enrolled through the A-State Jonesboro Campus. Students enrolled through A-State Online Services, see below.

This form may be completed and submitted electronically with a digital signature. For questions on how to create a Digital Signature with Adobe instructions are found here.

A-State Online Withdrawal

If you are enrolled through A-State Online Services and need to withdraw from all courses, you must contact onlineregistration@astate.edu for withdrawal assistance. If you have questions regarding this process, please contact A-State Online at (870)972-2920.

Restart Application

The Restart@state Program is a mandatory intervention program for students placed on a first academic suspension and transfer students admitted to the university by appeal. This form may be completed and submitted electronically with a digital signature. For questions on how to create a Digital Signature with Adobe instructions are found here.

Eligible students who take advantage of this opportunity are enrolled in the Restart Program. The main program requirement is enrollment in a one-credit, graded course.

The Restart Seminar is designed to aid students back to solid academic performance with emphasis placed on self-responsibility, proper decision-making, and study skills strategies. Students must submit a completed application before consideration for acceptance into the program.

Students who are suspended from the university for the first time must complete the Restart Application to enroll in the Restart@state program. (See procedures for enrollment under the Restart@state Program.) All students considering taking coursework at another institution while on the first suspension from A-State are strongly advised to meet with their A-State academic advisors for guidance on appropriate coursework selection. (See section on Transferring Work from Other Institutions while on First Suspension.)

This form may be completed and submitted electronically with a digital signature. For questions on how to create a Digital Signature with Adobe instructions are found here.

Suspension Clearance Form

Students who earn a second and third suspension from the university are not permitted to enroll at A-State for one calendar year. The suspended period is intentional to provide time for students to gain an appreciation for the opportunity to attend college. After serving the suspen­sion period, the student must visit the Wilson Advising Center to complete the Academic Standing Clearance Form prior to registration.

This form may be completed and submitted electronically with a digital signature. For questions on how to create a Digital Signature with Adobe instructions are found here.

University Graduation and Academic Credit Appeals

Students who earn a fourth or subsequent suspension from the university are dismissed from the university. Permission to return must be granted by appeal to the University Graduation and Academic Credit Appeals Committee.