Posted in Dual Enrollment, HS4CC

Finding the “Right” Dual Enrollment Professor

You’re scanning for your teen’s perfect course and you found it! But wait, there are two sections, each taught by a different professor. What if it says “TBA?” How do you choose?? Finding the right dual enrollment courses can be stressful and intimidating, but here are a few good ways to find the best one.

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Posted in ASU EA, ASU UL, Distance Learning, Dual Enrollment, Self-Paced Learning, Transfer Credit

ASU UL Course: Poetry in America for HS4CC Portal Students Only!

For our families only! I’m thrilled to announce that Poetry in America, in partnership with Arizona State University and the ASU Center for Public Humanities, is offering a for-credit English Course to high-school students, Poetry in America, 1850-1945.

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Posted in ASU EA, ASU UL, Distance Learning, Dual Enrollment, Transfer Credit

NEW ASU UL Certificate: Applied Business Data Analytics (ABDA)

Arizona State University is adding Universal Learner courses to enable students to earn their Applied Business Data Analytics (ABDA) certificate! The certificate is comprised of 6 courses, with 18 total college credits.

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Posted in ASU EA, ASU UL, Computer Science, Dual Enrollment, HS4CC, Self-Paced Learning

New ASU UL course: CIS 194 Technical Support Fundamentals

Arizona State University’s Universal Learner Program has added another new course to it’s lineup Spring semester. CIS 194 Technical Support Fundamentals launches January 2022. The new course is part of their new initiative with Google. Students can complete 6 IT courses and earn the Google IT Certification.

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Posted in ASU EA, ASU UL, Distance Learning, Dual Enrollment, Transfer Credit

NEW ASU UL Course: STS 220 Introduction to Social Transformation

Arizona State University has added another NEW course to their Universal Learner (UL) program: STS 220 Introduction to Social Transformation. This new 3 credit course is available as an 8-week teacher-paced course in the lower level division (freshman/sophomore) starting January 2022.

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Posted in ASU EA, HS4CC

Common Transcript Questions about ASU’s UL Program

Homeschooling for College Credit families use Arizona State University’s Universal Learner (formerly called Earned Admission) program because it allows parents a VERY affordable ($25) opportunity to test out dual enrollment for their teens with low risk (only pay tuition if you like your grade and want college credit). Here are a few of the most common answers to your questions about the ASU EA program.

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Posted in HS4CC

Announcement: New ASU Portal

Our new ASU partnership portal allows HS4CC parents access to a variety of college courses without the red tape, transcript submissions, age restrictions, lengthy admissions processes, and regulations typically found at local colleges and universities. We receive no compensation from ASU for this program, but we DO receive access to special courses and programs that you can’t get if you use their regular portal.

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Posted in ASU EA, High School, HS4CC

What’s the difference between ASU’s various course programs?

Since this summer, we’ve been BIG FANS of Arizona State’s Earned Admissions program for our homeschooling community, but since that time we’ve learned of a few other options you might like to know about. But what’s the difference between these programs and how do they fit into a Homeschooling for College Credit program?

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Posted in ASU EA, Dual Enrollment, Transfer Credit

Taking College Courses through ASU Digital Prep

ASU’s Digital Prep program offers 2 interesting options to high school students. Students who wish to use their full-time high school program can take up to 2 free university courses per semester. This program is free to Arizona students. Out of state full-time students are charged tuition based on the program they choose.

The second option they offer is part-time Concurrent Enrollment. Students pay $600 per course for ala carte university classes, plus books/supplies. Students can complete as many courses as they’d like at this rate.

Unlike ASU’s Earned Admissions program, that offers low-risk, high-reward courses with no record of failure, Digital Prep’s University courses are subject to the “normal” college rules, such as drop dates, paying up front for the course, and the additional purchase of books and supplies may be required. Failing or substandard grades would become part of their permanent ASU transcript, if the student does not drop or withdraw from a class by the deadlines.

ASU Digital Prep provides several suggested Career Pathways to a wide variety of careers, including engineering, business, arts, sciences, law, pre-med or vet, and many more. ASU’s Digital Prep program expands the number of courses offered to high school students at a deeply discounted rate of $600/course.

Have more questions about ASU Digital Prep or Concurrent Enrollment courses? Digital Prep has a handy FAQ that will answer any of your questions, or join one of their regularly scheduled Live Q&A sessions on their Enrollment Page.

One more thing!

If you enroll in one of these courses, be sure to join our ASU Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook group! You’ll learn how to get the most out of the program with us!

Posted in ASU EA, Dual Enrollment, HS4CC, Transfer Credit

Register now for Spring 2021 Dual Enrollment Courses at ASU

ASU is a favorite dual enrollment option in our community, and their Spring line up has some great courses! ASU published start dates for some of their Spring courses, AND added a new course in Accounting! Registration is open. Please note that these dates are subject to change.

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Posted in ASU EA, Dual Enrollment, HS4CC, Transfer Credit

New Accounting 1 Course Added to ASU’s EA Course Lineup!

Arizona State University has added a new course to their Earned Admissions program: ACC 231 Uses of Accounting 1 is a teacher-paced, 8 week, 3 credit Accounting course with a first offering date of 3/16/2021!

Are you interested in business and its financial aspects? This course introduces the uses of accounting information throughout the business cycle and how accounting information is used for internal and external purposes. Topics include Generally Accepted Accounting Principles or “GAAP” and the preparation and analysis of financial statements.

Opportunities to apply concepts with hands-on practice are integrated throughout the course. In addition, the course’s content is adaptive, allowing you to achieve mastery of the concepts on a personalized learning path.

Focused on decision-making and the role of accounting in the decision-making process, this course’s topics are applicable not only to business but to any situation that utilizes financial information

You will learn:

  • Uses and limitations of accounting information
  • Types of business entities, internal controls, regulatory bodies, and more
  • The accounting cycle from transaction entry to preparation of financial statements
  • How to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Assumptions (GAAP) within accounting’s overall framework
  • Interpretation and analysis of financial statements using ratio analysis
Course Title used by ASUCollege CreditHigh School Credit
Uses of Accounting I31
Breakdown of credit

For More Information:

As with all of ASU’s EA courses, the cost is $25 to sign up and students optionally pay $400 at the end if they like the grade and want to add it to their ASU transcript. If not, no record of the course is recorded. Students may retake the courses as many times as needed to get the grade they want. Bonus: no red tape, no need to send transcripts, no hoops to jump through, and no placement tests. Just sign up for a login on their site and pay $25 per course to start! This is a one-of-a-kind program from a well known, regionally accredited (the gold standard), 4 year, tier 1 research University.

Overview of ASU’s Earned Admissions Program

How to Sign Up for ASU’s Earned Admissions Courses

ASU Course Reviews Page

One more thing!

If you enroll in one of ASU’s EA courses, be sure to join our ASU Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook group! You’ll learn how to get the most out of the program with us!

Posted in ASU EA, Computer Science, Dual Enrollment, High School, HS4CC, Science, Transfer Credit

HS4CC Parents Share ASU Course Reviews

Many of our Homeschooling for College Credit parents have jumped into the Arizona State University Earned Admission program this year. Well, we have feedback and we’re ready to share! Want to know what other parents think of this program?

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Posted in ASU EA, Dual Enrollment, High School, Math, Science, Self-Paced Learning, Transfer Credit

How to Sign Up for ASU’s Earned Admissions Courses

Arizona State University’s Earned Admissions program offers a unique low-risk high-reward opportunity for students to take college level courses at a reasonable price. The cost is $25 to sign up for each course, and $400 paid at the END of the course, but only if you like the grade! If you don’t pay, there is NO record of the course – and students can retake courses as many times as necessary to pass. We know of no other source of regionally accredited (the gold standard) credit offering this amazing option. Their hassle free registration requires no transcripts, and no placement tests, too!

How to Sign Up

  1. ASURITE Account
  • NEW Students who are still in high school (or lower), who do NOT have an ASURITE ID should go to ea.asu.edu/partners/hs4cc and sign up for an ASURITE ID. Adults can use the ea.asu.edu main portal to sign up. This step can take 2-3 days.

2. FERPA

(Step added 10/2/20) Once you receive your ASURITE ID and can login, you’ll need to fill out the FERPA agreement to allow parents or guardians to speak with ASU staff about the student’s account. Please login to myASU (far top right corner) and add the Parent/Guardian to the account by clicking on the “Add a Guest” and fill out the information. This is probably the ONLY time you’ll log into the myASU portal. The rest of the time you’ll use the Login link on the EA page (black bar). Obviously, adult students would skip this step.

3. Register for a course

  • Make sure you are in the EA portal ea.asu.edu or hs4cc.ea.asu.edu and NOT in the myASU portal – the course are different from the main portal and charged at full ASU tuition! Log out if you need to or just put ea.asu.edu into your URL window.
  • When you log in to your ASU account using the Login button on the black bar in the ea.asu.edu or hs4cc.ea.asu.edu portal, you will be presented with the Dashboard.
  • Click the “Add Courses” link either on the black bar at the top, or from the blue bar titled “My Current Courses”
  • Scroll through the list of courses and select the Add Course button.
  • Notice that some courses have both a self-paced option and an Instructor Paced option. Be sure to select the correct course.

4. Upgrade the Course

  • Click on Upgrade Course to upgrade the class for potential college credit. The normal fee for this is $25. A photo ID is required in this step, as well as a camera on your computer or device you are using.
  • All ASU courses require a photo ID to upgrade for credit. That can be a government issued ID, a school ID, Military or DoD or dependent ID, passport/passport ID, notarized College Board form with photo (used for AP/CLEP testing by underaged kids), and some have successfully used homeschool or co-op ID’s. If using a homeschool ID, ideally it would have their name, DOB, and Photo – must have a photo. If you have concerns, please email earned@asu.edu or call them! You will use this ID when you upgrade the course for credit at the beginning of the course, and again for any proctored exams (some have proctored finals).

FAQ

Q: How long should it take to get an ASURITE ID? 

A: It usually takes up to 2-3 days to get an ID and get into the system

Q: I have a problem and I’d like to call ASU… who can I call?
https://ea.asu.edu/about/contact-us 
or earned@asu.edu (their main email for the program)
We recommend NOT calling the main phone line for ASU. Not everyone manning the main campus phone lines understand the EA program.

Q: Do I sign up for the courses in the portal or do they sign us up? 

A: You sign up for courses yourself. Login and select courses using the Add Courses on the Dashboard.

Q: Do I need a photo ID?

A: Yes, all ASU courses require a photo ID. That can be a government issued ID, a school ID, Military or DoD or dependent ID, passport/passport ID, notarized College Board form with photo (used for AP/CLEP testing by underaged kids), and some have successfully used homeschool or co-op ID’s. If using a homeschool ID, ideally it would have their name, DOB, and Photo – must have a photo. If concerned, you could potentially combine one of these with a SS card or birth certificate. If you have concerns, please email or call them! You will use this ID when you upgrade the course for credit at the beginning of the course, and again for any proctored exams (some have proctored finals).

Q: Do these courses transfer to other colleges and are they accredited?
A: Yes, they are accredited. ASU is a well known and well respected 4-year college. 

As with EVERY class or exam, we always recommend you check with the colleges of interest to see how they transfer. I’ve personally verified classes like ENG101/102, College Algebra, etc transfer into our local (Texas) colleges exactly as they’d sound. You’d ask for the contact info for the Transcript or Transfer specialist (or some similar job title), to find out if they transfer. Some colleges may have a transfer pathway already setup as well. 

If you’re interested in transferring FROM your current program TO ASU for a 4 year degree, they have a Transfer Pathway page to help students plan their degree efficiently.

Q: I tried to login but I get an error saying my ID doesn’t exist

A: Be sure you are using the “Log in” link on the black bar on the ea.asu.edu or hs4cc.ea.asu.edu pages, rather than the “sign in” link in the top far right corner. This is a known issue that has nothing to do with the portal change or the beta program. We tested it with adult ASURITE ID’s that had not changed portals and weren’t in the beta program and the same thing happened to them. It predates this change. Use the correct login link and you should land at the Dashboard as you normally would.

If you have a brand new ASURITE ID, it sometimes takes another 24hrs to log in once you receive it. If you still can’t login 24hrs after receipt of the ID, I would contact them. earned@asu.edu

Why we Love the ASU EA and HS Programs

  • ASU’s Earned Admissions (EA) and High School (HS) programs provide low-cost, high-reward courses at a reasonable price of $400/course, paid at the end if you like the grade. Plus a $25 ID Fee normally paid upfront, but they’re waived for the Beta program for those who tell them they are with HS4CC.
  • There are no other fees.
  • Books, as always, are included free online.
  • Labs are either virtual or use common materials found at home.
  • As with all Earned Admissions courses, you only pay at the end if you like the grade and would like it on a transcript.
  • No placement test like TSI / ACCUPLACER, just sign up for a course and take it
  • No paperwork to turn in, or transcripts to send. Signing up for an ASURITE ID with the college is quick and easy. Once you have an ID, you can log in and sign up for classes. (this is often a 2-3 day process)
  • Open to any age – no restrictions. If the child can handle the work, they can take the course.
  • Course Prerequisites are a suggestion, not a restriction. If the student is able to do the higher-level work, he or she can take the course.
  • I love the self-paced courses, in particular, because they enable us to weave an extra course or two into my kids’ community college schedule without impacting the grades. We can adjust and spend more or less time on the self-paced classes, based on the demands of the less flexible community college courses. We can also squeeze an extra college class into a semester or between semesters without jeopardizing grades in any of the courses.
  • See ASU list of courses here

One more thing!

Be sure to join our ASU Homeschooling for College Credit Facebook group! You’ll learn how to get the most out of the program with us!

Posted in HS4CC

ASU Beta Program for 2 New Courses

Arizona State University’s Earned Admissions and High School Programs reached out to Homeschooling for College Credit to get feedback from the homeschool community on their programs and to offer the opportunity to participate in their beta program for their new self-paced classes being added to their course line up: 

BIO 100 BioBeyond, (Biology course) 4cr total, listed as 3cr Science w/1 cr lab* course on the transcript. Course Description and Course Syllabus.

SES 106 Habitable Worlds (Natural Science course). 4cr total, listed as 3cr Science w/1 cr lab* course on the transcript. Course Description and Course Syllabus.

Video trailer: https://asuonline.wistia.com/medias/625q443yx7

ENG 194 Poetry in America 3cr course. Not self-paced.

These courses are not open to the general public yet and are limited to the first 100 students registered in each. Poetry is full and is not accepting more students. According to ASU, they are expected to release these courses to the general public in 2021.

* Update 11/11/20: Correction from ASU:
“After much deliberation and discussion on the matter we have come up with a few bullet points on the BIO and SES courses. I know I [Derek from ASU] originally said it would be a 3+1 course and I do apologize again for that misinformation. Please take a minute to review the finalized information below and let me know if you have any questions or further concerns. The syllabi in both courses should now be updated as indicated.

  • BIO100 and SES106 are both 4 credit, SQ Natural Sciences designations that include a lab component.
  • The courses will show on the ASU transcript as one singular 4 credit course. It will not “call out” the lab credit as our AST111/113 offering does.
  • Since the lab and lecture are integrated, there is not a distinct separation between the credits and/or the hour of (theoretical) “seat time” towards one component over the other.
  • We’ve added the following statements to the syllabi for both courses:
  • In the Course Overview: This is an integrated lecture and lab 4 credit course and can be used to satisfy your general studies SQ requirement.
  • In the Policies section: This course satisfies 4 credit hours toward the Natural Sciences (SQ) General Studies requirement at Arizona State University. It is strongly encouraged that you consult with your institution of choice to determine how these credits will be applied to their degree requirements prior to transferring the credit.
  • As you know, we cannot dictate how the courses will transfer to other universities and what they will accept as science credits vs. lab credits vs. electives and so on. We hope the additional verbiage to the syllabi with help with this.”

From the HS4CC leadership: Jennifer felt this update to the syllabus should be sufficient to help transfer specialists at receiving colleges see that there is a lab component and it is included, and we’ve already had 1 parent reply back to us that their college accepted the course as BIO 100 (Intro to Biology) at their child’s college with the updated syllabus. For comparison, ASU’s Chemistry course is also listed as a 4 cr science with lab included. ASU’s Astronomy course is listed on the transcript as 3cr +1cr lab.

Beta Participation Details

Course cost: $400 payable at the end, and only if you like the grade. They will waive the $25 ID fee for those who tell them they’re signing up for the beta program through the HS4CC group over the next couple of weeks! 

Course Duration: Self-Paced. Completed by August 31, 2021

Time to Pay: Up to 1 year after completion

Who: High school students

When: Sign up Now through 10/16/20 to take advantage of the $25 waiver. They’d love to have the slots filled over the next couple of weeks, however, each student has until 8/31/2021 to complete the course. A student could feasibly sign up now and start the course after their first Fall 8 or 16-week college courses are completed.

Senior EA Coordinator Derek Beck suggested that a parent may need to have some involvement in the two Science courses. Details about what that entailed were a bit sketchy, but this is a beta program, so it may be related to that. We look forward to hearing feedback from participating families. All labs are virtual and included in the cost of the program. Books, as always, are included online. There are no other fees. As with all Earned Admissions courses, you only pay at the end if you like the grade and would like it on a transcript.

Additionally, Derek said that the two new science courses have fewer math requirements than the two science courses they currently offer through the Earned Admissions program: Astronomy and Chemistry. Basic math skills such as fractions, basic operations, and exponents are required.

How to Sign Up

  1. ASURITE Account
  • NEW Students who do NOT have an ASURITE ID can go to HS.ea.asu.edu and sign up for an ASURITE ID. This step can take 2-3 days.
  • Existing Students with ASURITE ID’s will need to be converted to their HS.ea.asu.edu portal. DO NOT SIGN UP FOR A NEW ACCOUNT – this will lock your account up in their system and cause delays. Continue to step 2, if you have not filled out the FERPA agreement previously. (this is new for most of us)

Please be sure to email the ASURITE ID, Student Name, AND the course you are interested in when you email them!!

2. FERPA

(Step added 10/2/20) New AND Existing students need to fill out the FERPA agreement to allow parents or guardians to speak with ASU staff about the student’s account. Please login to myASU and add the Parent/Guardian to the account by clicking on the “Add a Guest” and fill out the information.

3. Email for Enrollment and Waiver

Email your name, ASURITE ID, and the course(s) you want to: earned@asu.edu and tell them you’re with HS4CC and they will waive the $25 fee. Existing students who already had ASURITE ID’s prior to this beta program need to ALSO request that they be moved to the new HS portal.

4. Watch your Dashboard and email Accounts for updates from ASU

ASU is doing batch uploads on a weekly basis for those (existing users) requesting the portal change and all users requesting the new beta courses. There are manual, human processes involved in this piece, so please give them a little time to get things uploaded. When you email them, you should receive a response with a ticket number. Once it’s complete, they should send an email that they’ve been added and to upgrade the account for college credit.

5. Upgrade the Course

  • Log in to the dashboard using either the ea.asu.edu or hs.ea.asu.edu links, which should take you to the Dashboard. The requested courses should be there, along with any others the student is signed up for.
  • Click on Upgrade Course to upgrade the class for potential college credit. The normal fee for this is $25. A photo ID is required in this step also – see info above on qualifying ID’s.
  • When you check out, the fee should be ZERO, instead of $25. If it’s not, please contact earned@asu.edu. (if you have an issue, please try clearing your cookies and history before emailing them – this has worked for some)

6. Start the course and Report any issues

Start the course and report any issues to earned@asu.edu. As always, they should return a ticket number to you and may request more information. Please try to be specific and provide constructive feedback, so they can help you or resolve the issue.

The High School Program

All students under the age of 18 will be transferred over the next few months to the HS.ea.asu.edu portal, regardless of participation in the beta program above. The High School portal will look and feel the same as the Earned Admissions portal, but the High School students will see more classes than in the EA portal. 

For those concerned that changing to the new HS.ea.asu.edu portal from the standard EA portal might mess up your current classes or pricing, Derek guarantees us this will not happen. They’ve already transferred many students to the new portal with no problem.

In the past, we were told that the High School program would have an increased cost associated with the college-level courses. We were assured in the meeting that the costs would remain the same as the Earned Admissions program, and there are no longer plans to change that.

ASU introduced a full K-12 program this year. More information on their high school program coming soon! You can also visit their site at: https://www.asuprepdigital.org/

(please be sure to use the correct URL address – I noticed there is another group using the .com version of this url that attempts to download software to your browser. ASU DOES NOT download software to you in order to access their site!!)

Why we Love the ASU EA and HS Programs

  • ASU’s Earned Admissions (EA) and High School (HS) programs provide low-cost, high-reward courses at a reasonable price of $400/course, paid at the end if you like the grade. Plus a $25 ID Fee normally paid upfront, but they’re waived for the Beta program for those who tell them they are with HS4CC.
  • There are no other fees.
  • Books, as always, are included free online.
  • Labs are either virtual or use common materials found at home.
  • As with all Earned Admissions courses, you only pay at the end if you like the grade and would like it on a transcript.
  • No placement test like TSI / ACCUPLACER, just sign up for a course and take it
  • No paperwork to turn in, or transcripts to send. Signing up for an ASURITE ID with the college is quick and easy. Once you have an ID, you can log in and sign up for classes. (this is often a 2-3 day process)
  • Open to any age – no restrictions. If the child can handle the work, they can take the course.
  • Course Prerequisites are a suggestion, not a restriction. If the student is able to do the higher-level work, he or she can take the course.
  • I love the self-paced courses, in particular, because they enable us to weave an extra course or two into my kids’ community college schedule without impacting the grades. We can adjust and spend more or less time on the self-paced classes, based on the demands of the less flexible community college courses. We can also squeeze an extra college class into a semester or between semesters without jeopardizing grades in any of the courses.

FAQ

Q: How long should it take to get an ASURITE ID? 

A: It usually takes up to 2-3 days to get an ID and get into the system

Q: I have a problem and I’d like to call them… who can I call?
https://ea.asu.edu/about/contact-us 
or earned@asu.edu (their main email for the program)

Q: Do I sign up for the courses in the portal or do they sign us up? 

A: They will sign you up manually. Once you have your ASURITE ID, please send your ID, name and course number to earned@asu.edu. Don’t forget to tell them you are with HS4CC to have the $25 sign up fee waived! (expires 10/16/20)

Q: Do I need a photo ID?

A: Yes, all ASU courses require a photo ID. That can be a government issued ID, a school ID, Military or DoD or dependent ID, passport/passport ID, notarized College Board form with photo (used for AP/CLEP testing by underaged kids), and some have successfully used homeschool or co-op ID’s. If using a homeschool ID, ideally it would have their name, DOB, and Photo – must have a photo. If concerned, you could potentially combine one of these with a SS card or birth certificate. If you have concerns, please email or call them! You will use this ID when you upgrade the course for credit at the beginning of the course, and again for any proctored exams (some have proctored finals).

Q: Do these transfer to other colleges and are they accredited?
A: Yes, they are accredited. ASU is a well known and well respected 4-year college. 

As with EVERY class or exam, we always recommend you check with the colleges of interest to see how they transfer. I’ve personally verified classes like ENG101/102, College Algebra, etc transfer into our local (Texas) colleges exactly as they’d sound. I’ve also sent these two out for evaluation from the colleges too, but haven’t heard back. You’d ask for the contact info for the Transcript or Transfer specialist (or some similar job title), to find out if they transfer. Some colleges may have a transfer pathway already setup as well. 

If you’re interested in transferring FROM your current program TO ASU for a 4 year degree, they have a Transfer Pathway page to help students plan their degree efficiently.

Q: I tried to login but I get an error saying my ID doesn’t exist

A: Be sure you are using the “Log in” link on the black bar on the ea.asu.edu or hs.ea.asu.edu pages, rather than the “sign in” link in the top far right corner. This is a known issue that has nothing to do with the portal change or the beta program. We tested it with adult ASURITE ID’s that had not changed portals and weren’t in the beta program and the same thing happened to them. It predates this change. Use the correct login link and you should land at the Dashboard as you normally would.

If you have a brand new ASURITE ID, it sometimes takes another 24hrs to log in once you receive it. If you still can’t login 24hrs after receipt of the ID, I would contact them. earned@asu.edu

Other ASU posts that may interest you:

ASU $99 Covid Rates for their Earned Admissions Program

Free or greatly reduced college tuition at ASU