East-West University Adult Studies Program (ASP)
East-West University’s (ASP) Adult Studies Program supports the goals of students who are preparing for the workforce and those who are already in the workforce. All degrees offered through the college are geared to accommodate the diverse population of students by offering undergraduate courses with flexible class schedules to meet the needs of non-traditional-aged students.
ASP allows the non-traditional students the flexibility of evening, weekend and project based classes; we also consider closely the distinctive personal and professional objectives of each student. Students enjoy access to a world-class affordable education, a collaborative learning community and East-West student-centered faculty.
ASP students develop a highly marketable skill set and are prepared to take an integral role in reshaping tomorrow’s workforce. Students will interact with expert faculty and practitioners; they will develop cutting-edge skills linked to a wide array of career opportunities.
The classes are taught by a dedicated group of faculty and industry leaders who use analytical and creative approaches in a highly energizing, constructivist format. Students will be called upon to solve real-life problems and develop the capability to be prepared for the workforce.
East-West University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools (NCA), effective since 1983.
East-West University has rolling admissions; applications for admissions are reviewed and processed all year round. Admission decisions on completed application packets are made within two weeks.
Students must be 24 years of age when they start The ASP degree. Minimum of 30 transfer credits from a regionally accredited institution.
Student must submit the following:
Completed ASP application for admissions
Official copies of all College Transcripts
Personal statement of intent
Prospective students must submit official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Official transcripts should be submitted to:
East-West University-Office of Enrollment Development-Attn: Bryan Lambert
819 S Wabash 7th floor
Chicago, Illinois 60605
A transcript is considered “official” when it is embossed with the institutional seal and delivered in a sealed envelope on institutional stationery.
Grade Point Average
2.0 minimum GPA. GPA will be calculated based upon transferable credit and on the quarter system.
Transfer credit is accepted from regionally accredited colleges and universities. Prospective and newly admitted students may receive unofficial guidance from an admission counselor regarding transfer credit that may be applied to a degree program upon admission to the university.
East-West University has a generous transfer credit policy and we would like students to receive the credit they deserve. The university requires transcripts from all institutions attended regardless of when the credit/courses were completed. All admitted transfer students have a full credit evaluation done by credit evaluator in the Registrar's Office to determine maximum number of credits accepted. Copies of the evaluation are provided to the student and placed in the student’s permanent academic record.
Please note: credit is not given for developmental, technical, college-level ELP, vocational, life experience, library use, orientation, study skills, career counseling, proficiency, or most physical education courses.
The majority of East-West University undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid. To apply for financial aid, students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www. Fafsa.ed.gov
Institutional Academic Scholarships
Trustees’ Transfer Scholarships
Chancellor’s Transfer Scholarship
Transfer Merit Scholarship
Continuing Education Scholarship
Shared Opportunity Scholarship
Graduation Incentive Scholarship
Faculty Achievement Scholarship