Fall 2011 Schedule Bulletin

Fall 2011 Registration Instructions 

Priority Registration and Access Times
Priority registration means access to the registration systems will be prioritized based on classification (calculated by graded hours).  Check the following Spring Priority Registration Schedule for the beginning registration date for each classification. Intercollege students and those who need registration assistance my go to the Registrar's Office, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

 Fall 2011 Priority Registration Schedule
Registration begins at 3 p.m. for each classification

Classification Date Registration Begins
Graduate students, Honors Program students and students at Study Abroad sitesWednesday, March 30, 2011
Seniors (90+ hours)Monday, April 4, 2011
Juniors (60-89 hours)Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Sophomores (30-59 hours)Monday, April 11, 2011
Freshmen (0-29 hours)Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Your registration, using myACU, officially registers you and commits you to attend the classes for which you have registered. It is your responsibility as a student to drop or add individual classes as needed. If you do not plan to attend the university at all, please contact The Depot (325-674-2300 or 888-588-6083).

Late Registration
Click here to see information on Late Registration from the 2010-2011 Catalog.

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Course Listings and Web Registration - myACU   

During peak registration periods TEAM 55 (325-674-5555) will be fully staffed to assist students by answering questions and helping with any problems they encounter during the following hours:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday7 a.m. - Midnight
Wednesday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.; 8:30 p.m. - Midnight
Friday7 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Sunday1:30 p.m. - 5 p.m.; 7 p.m. - Midnight


On myACU you may:

     • View class schedules

     • Register for courses

     • View grades

     • View holds

     • View student account summary

MyACU is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Contact TEAM 55 at 325-674-5555 for assistance.


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Advising Release Codes:
All students will be required to input an advising release code in order to register for classes on the web. This code ensures the security of the student's account and also allows the academic advisor to control the student's ability to register. All students must get their personal advising release code from their academic advisor prior to registration.

If you lose or forget your advising release code, you will need to contact your advisor or department chair to receive it again. Neither a staff member of the Depot nor the Registrar's Office are permitted to issue your advising release code to you.

Academic Advising at ACU:
All freshmen, sophomore, and deciding (undeclared) students must meet with their assigned academic advisor before registering for classes. In addition, students on academic probation and juniors or seniors with a cumulative GPA below 2.5 must meet with their assigned advisor each semester before registering for classes.

All students, regardless of classification, should meet with a faculty advisor (usually a faculty member assigned to them from the department of their major) once per academic year. 

Graduate Student Advising:
For information on advising and registration for the Graduate School, click here.


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Registration Holds and Clearance    

All outstanding fees and obligations must be cleared or a hold will be placed on the student record that blocks registration. To have the hold removed, you must contact the office responsible for the hold and resolve the obligation.  Students on academic or chapel attendance suspension will be restricted from registering for classes.  

To find out if you have holds:

  • Go to The Depot tab on myACU, OR
  • On the Web, go to my.acu.edu
    • Log in with your email Username and Password.  If you don't know them, contact TEAM 55 at 325-674-5555. 
    • Have your student ID and PIN (a six-digit number you select the first time you log on to myACU) available when you call.
    • Click on the Banner link (top left corner). 
    • Click on Student and Financial Aid then Student Records
    •  Click on View Holds.


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Tuition & Fee Refund Schedule   

Fall 2011 Refund
September 2, 2011 (Friday of the first week of classes)100%
September 13, 2011 (Through Day 12 of classes)80%
September 16, 2011 (Through Day 15 of classes)60%
September 19, 2011 (Day 16 through end of term)None


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Grade Reports     

Students may access their grades for Fall 2011 beginning December 22, 2011.

ACU will mail grades for the fall and spring semesters to first-year freshmen students at their permanent address. The grade reports will be sent within 3 weeks after the end of the semester.  

All Students
All students my access grades on myACU using any computer with Web access. Computer terminals are also available at the Brown Library, computer labs and the Registrar's Office. Only the student has the codes and passwords to access his/her grades via the Web at myACU.  

To access grades on the Web, follow the instructions below: 

  1. Log in to myACU with your Username and Password.
  2. Click on the Banner link in the upper left-hand corner of  the page.
  3. Select Student and Financial Aid.
  4. Select Student Records.
  5. From here, there are two options for viewing your grades:
    1. Select Final Grades (This option only shows grades for the term you select).
      1. Select the correct term.
      2. Click "Submit."
    2. Select Academic Transcript (This option shows grades for all classes from all terms).
      1. Select the correct Transcript Level.
      2. Select "Unofficial Transcript" as the Transcript Type.
      3. Click "Submit."  

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