How can I tell if my student is in the ASU HS4CC Portal?

To verify the student’s account is part of the HS4CC portal look at the URL after the student logs in – there should be “HS4CC” in the URL. See the URL example at the top of the image below (it has hs4cc.ea.asu.edu as the beginning of the URL):

If you do not see HS4CC in the URL, please send an email to ulcourses@asu.edu with the student’s ASURITE ID, Name, and request to be moved to the HS4CC portal. Allow up to a week for the transfer to the HS4CC portal. ASU sometimes processes large requests like this in weekly batches.

New students should sign up through the HS4CC portal at ea.asu.edu/partners/HS4CC. Please note that students in the HS4CC portal have access to ALL of the courses in the regular Universal Learner portal (ea.asu.edu), PLUS we occasionally have extra course offerings, such as Poetry in America, or extra pacing options (teacher vs self-paced), or early access to courses. The list of courses on the sign-up page is just a sample of what’s available and is not the full list available to HS4CC students in their dashboard.

What is the UL program?

ASU’s Universal Learner program, formerly known as the Earned Admissions program, is a unicorn in the college world. Students of any age in any part of the world can sign up for regionally accredited (the gold standard) college courses with no hassles, no need to send your transcripts, no red tape, no placement tests, and no risk to a student’s GPA. If the student doesn’t get the grade they want, simply do not pay the $400 at the end of the course and there is no record of the course. Retake the courses as many times as is needed for just a minimal $25 sign-up fee. Find out the full scope of the program.

How to Sign Up as a New Student:

For more detailed information about how to sign up for to take courses in the Universal Learner program, formerly known as the Earned Admissions program, please visit our post “How to Sign up for ASU Earned Admissions Courses”. Again, please note that students in the HS4CC portal have access to ALL of the courses in the regular Universal Learner portal, but will occasionally have extra course offerings, such as Poetry in America. The list of courses on the sign-up page is just a sample of what’s available and is not the full list available to HS4CC students in their dashboard. We do not make any money from this program in any way. The HS4CC portal was created to facilitate special offerings from ASU.

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