Amberton University - Admission - Register

REGISTERING FOR CLASSES

Prior to registering for classes in a given session, new students should be sure to fill out an Application for Admission .  For more information on applying to Amberton University please click here.

STEP 1:
Review course syllabi  before enrolling.

STEP 2:
Complete and return the "Request for Enrollment Form " (click here for a Schedule of Classes ). The form may be mailed, faxed (972/279-9773) or placed in any one of the University's Garland Campus drop boxes or delivered to the Frisco Center. This form may be submitted with your Application for Admission.

NOTE: The course load is limited to: Undergraduate -- 12 hours; Graduate -- 9 hours

STEP 3:
Once the University receives the Enrollment Request, the registration completion packet should be mailed to you within five (5) working days. If the packet is not received within a reasonable time, please call the University (972-279-6511, Ext. 180) to report the problem.

STEP 4:
Carefully READ and FOLLOW the instructions included with registration completion packet. Return the completed forms to the University by the indicated due date. Your registration will be subject to cancellation if the forms and payment arrangements are not received by the deadline. You should receive a confirmation of registration by mail within five (5) working days.

NOTE: Students who do not complete the registration process before the first day of the session may enroll during late registration. A $25 late fee is applied and enrollment is confined to lecture classes that have not yet met and for e-courses.

Students registering for distance learning follow the same procedures stated above. Access to the Virtual University, including email accounts, is available on the first day of the session.

Mail all registration materials to:

Amberton University
1700 Eastgate Drive
Garland, TX 75041

or
 
FAX to:
972/279-9773
 
 
 
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