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ASU Center for Lifelong Learning
300 North Beaty Street, Box 206
Athens, AL 35611
General Waiver: A General Waiver Form is required annually for each course offered at ASU Center for Lifelong Learning. Complete the form and bring it with you for the first class.
Download a General Waiver form
Refunds: If you cannot attend a course as planned, you must notify the Center for Lifelong Learning four business days prior to the first class meeting. A full refund will be issued. If you withdraw after the four business day deadline, but before the class begins, you will receive a 50% refund. No refunds will be given after a class begins.
The ASU Center for Lifelong Learning is self-supporting and all costs are covered through student registration fees. In the event of cancellation or changes of times and dates, we will attempt to notify you at least two business days before the course begins.
Classroom Policy: The Center for Lifelong Learning reserves the right to change class locations, schedules, fees, instructors when necessary.
Please no audio or video tape recording during classes without prior permission from the instructor.
The Center for Lifelong Learning is pleased to welcome and admit students of any race, color, religion, or national and ethnic origin to all classes.
Our classrooms can sometimes be too warm or cool. For your comfort, we recommend that you dress in layers or bring a light jacket with you to class.
Dates Closed: 2012 (Dates change annually)
New Years Day
Martin Luther King Jr. Day/Robert E Lee Day
Thanksgiving - Thursday-Friday,
Inclement Weather: Athens State University will not issue refunds for classes which have been postponed due to inclement weather or other circumstances beyond our control. We will make every effort to reschedule such classes. Listen to local radio or television stations for information about closings.
Continuing Education Units (CEU): The Continuing Education Unit (CEU) is a nationally recognized measurement of non-credit course work. One CEU (1.0) may be awarded for each ten hours of participation in an approved program. We keep a permanent record of participation in selected programs, issue a certificate to acknowledge successful completion of the program, and provide official transcripts to you and your employer. All requests for transcripts must be in writing.
Students with Disabilities:
If you are a student with a disability who will require academic accommodations, make an appointment with the Disability Services Office prior to the start of your first semester at Athens State. An interview will be scheduled to determine the nature of your accommodations. The types of academic accommodation provided by the university will be discussed in detail with you at that time. Information is handled with your confidentiality in mind.
Some of the types of disabilities for which students have requested accommodations in the past include: visual disability, hearing disability, mobility impairment, speech impairment, learning disability, ADD/ADHD, closed head injury, psychological disability, and health disabilities, such as diabetes, epilepsy, lupus, and cerebral palsy. The type of accommodations provided varies with each individual situation. We will work closely with you to assist you to develop accommodations to meet your specific needs.
You must be able to provide recent written documentation from a physician, vocational rehabilitation counselor, psychologist, or prior post-secondary institution attended regarding the nature and extent of your disability, including recommendations for accommodations. This will help the counselor to determine those accommodations that will be most beneficial to you in an academic environment.
The Self-Evaluation Plan and Transition Plan for the campus are available through the University Library, as required by The American with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Call or email
Disability Services Office at 256-233-8140 (voice) or 1-800-522-0272, extension 140.