The student must be enrolled in the high school class at the beginning of the school year or the beginning of the term if it is a one semester class. The high school instructor will distribute instruction forms to students who desire to earn university credit for the course. Tuition payment will be made at the time of registration. At this time tuition is $41 per credit and most classes are 4 credits so the cost is $164 per term. Students may enroll for no more than 18 credits per term which is the maximum allowed for a full-time undergraduate student at SOU. Please mail the completed enrollment form along with payment in the form of check, money order, or credit card number.
Fill out your enrollment form
- Gather crn number and other course information from each of your participating instructors.
- Select the fillable enrollment form from our website at sou.edu/youth/asc.
- Complete all information requested. Please use only one form even if you are taking more than one class!
- If you are a returning Advanced Southern Credit student and you know your SOU ID#, please enter it on your enrollment form. Otherwise it may be left blank.
- Tuition will be assessed at $41 per credit or $164 for a typical 4 credit course. (Note: Early Childhood Mentoring is 1 credit. Chemistry and Physics courses will be 3 credits for class plus 2 credits for lab.) Maximum 18 credits allowed.
- After you type in all requested fields, print out form.
- Sign and date the form then have your parents sign and date it in the appropriate spaces.
- Obtain the appropriate teacher’s signature for each course listed.
- Complete Part I of the W-9S tax form if you want to claim tuition expenses on your tax return and haven’t previously submitted a W-9S form to us (see Tax Information below).
- We encourage online payment at https://commerce.cashnet.com/SOU-YOUTH-PROGRAMS. If you pay online, remember to deliver your completed enrollment form to us so that we can register you!
- Deliver the completed enrollment form and, if applicable, the W-9S form and payment to:
|By Mail:||By Hand:||By Hand:|
|SOU Pre-College Youth Programs||SOU Div of Continuing Education||SOU Higher Education Center|
|1250 Siskiyou Blvd||1388 Siskiyou Blvd
(next to Omar’s)
|101 S Bartlett St|
|Ashland, OR 97520||Ashland||Medford|
***Enrollment Form with payment is due in our office by Thursday, October 1, 2015***
- Please do not mail cash! Enrollment forms with cash payments may be hand-delivered by the due date. Exact change is much appreciated.
Registration and drop information
You will be registered for your class(es) soon after we receive your enrollment form along with full payment.
If you need to drop a class, all drop requests must be made to our office in writing (regular mail or email) by the due date listed below. Grades become part of your permanent college record and can affect future scholarship awards, so please make note of these dates in case you’re struggling in the class.
For students on a semester system ->
Forms and payment due back to SOU
October 1, 2015
February 12, 2015
April 22, 2016
Latest drop date for full refund, no grade penalty.
No refunds after this date.
October 16, 2015
February 26, 2016
May 8, 2016
Latest drop date for "W" on transcript
("Withdrawn" - no effect on GPA)
October 30, 2015
March 14, 2016
May 16, 2016
SOU does not require nor recommend the disclosure of student's Social Security Number on the Enrollment Form. However, we must have the student’s SSN for reporting qualified tuition through the 1098-T form as outlined in the Internal Revenue Code section 6050S.
If you want to claim tuition expenses on your tax return and haven’t previously submitted a W-9S form to us, please complete Part I of the W-9S tax form (found at http://www.irs.gov/file_source/pub/irs-pdf/fw9s.pdf) by entering the student’s name and Social Security Number, and return it along with your Enrollment Form.
Deadlines for registration are communicated to the high school students by their ASC teachers. Students missing the deadline for registration and wishing to register late may do so only at the discretion of the Division of Continuing Education. Requests for late registration will be considered on a case-by-case basis and must be done within the term that the class is aligned with SOU. Most first semester classes are aligned with SOU's fall term and most second semester classes are aligned wtih SOU's winter term. There is NO retroactive credit available if you don't register within the term it's offered.