Complete the free Application for Admission. To begin the process visit the How to Apply page by clicking here.How to Apply
Review your degree plan/audit in the CampusWeb Portal. Contact a Student Advisor if you have any questions about your degree plan/audit.CampusWeb Portal
Review the upcoming session’s Schedule of Classes for courses being offered, class location, and the delivery method. In our Online Course Guide, you can read the course description and review/download recent course syllabi. Course competencies are located in each course syllabus and in the Current Amberton University Catalog.Schedule of Classes Course Guide
Registration can be completed online through the University’s registration portal. This system will allow students in good academic and financial status to complete the registration process in one, simple step. Once registration is submitted online, it is completed and finalized. If the payment option of paying in full is selected, full payment must be received prior to the start of the session to remain in courses. Step-by-step instructions are available at the below link.
If payment is deferred, you are still required to submit the necessary paperwork (Private Education Loan worksheet, Veteran’s Information form, Tuition assistance vouchers, and Title IV documents) prior to the start of the session. International students are still required to pay in full and must meet all F-1 and/or H1-B requirements.Step-by-Step Instructions
If you need to drop a course or enroll in an additional course during the registration period, you can log into the CampusWeb registration portal and complete this process.
If you are withdrawing from all courses, this cannot be done through the online system. You will need to complete the University’s Change of Schedule form. This form can be submitted by email, fax, or in person.Change of Schedule Form CampusWeb Portal
Students who do not complete the registration process before the first day of the session may enroll during late registration. A $25 late fee can be assessed and enrollment is confined to lecture classes that have not yet met and for available distance learning courses.