ASU Mid-South offers opportunities for Crittenden County high school students to enroll in both general education transfer courses and technical courses designed to lead students to career pathways resulting in college degrees and industry certifications.
To enroll in general education transfer courses, high school students must be enrolled in the 9th through 12th grade, have a grade-point average of at least a 3.0, college-level placement test scores, and written support from their high school principal or superintendent. Students interested in general education classes should complete an ASU Mid-South Application for Admission and contact the Admissions Office to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor. Eligible students should apply for a Goldsby Scholarship to cover the tuition cost of up to two courses a semester.
To enroll in ASU Mid-South Technical Center courses, concurrent students must be enrolled in the 11th or 12th grades. Programs available include A/V Tech and Film, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Computer Engineering, Diesel Technology, Food Service Management (Hospitality), Health Science Technology (Medical Professions), Machining Technology, and Welding Technology. Books, tuition, and fees are provided through the Center and are funded by local school districts and the Arkansas Department of Workforce Education.
If you are attending or will be attending West Memphis High School, explore the Academies of West Memphis, a conversion charter between West Memphis High School and ASU Mid-South. Read more here.
Additional information is available from your high school counselor, or by calling the ASU Mid-South admissions department at 870.733.6728, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or by viewing the Student Handbook for General Education and Technical Center Concurrent Students.