Who do I call if I need help?
Sarah Burnette is happy to help you navigate your academic journey. Feel free to reach out to her anytime by phone: 828-689-1356or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also explore the Mars Hill University website for answers to many of your questions, locate services and find available resources.
Is Financial Aid available for Adult and Graduate students?
To find out if you qualify for federal loans and grants, you must fill out the FAFSA. AGS also has scholarships specifically designated for our adult undergraduate and graduate students. The descriptions and the scholarship application can be found on the AGS Financial Aid page.
In addition, we have agreements for tuition discounts with community partners and businesses. Ask our AGS admissions counselor, Carolyn Kuzell email@example.com, for more information.
How do I get my textbooks and course materials?
Textbooks are included in the tuition cost for undergraduate courses. Textbooks are provided to students on a rental basis and must be returned at the end of the term—unless students wish to purchase them. Many online courses use digital course materials; other course materials are shipped to AGS students. Pick-up/delivery details will be provided at the beginning of each term. Graduate students are responsible for purchasing their own course materials.
For more information, please call Karla at the bookstore at 828-689-1412 or email firstname.lastname@example.org..
Will I need a parking sticker?
Any AGS students who plan to come to campus for classes need to register their vehicle and obtain a parking permit at no cost. Online students who wish to come to campus periodically to access services may park in guest parking lots (Ammons Field House or Ponder Field) without a permit.
Will I need immunization records?
Any AGS student enrolled in an on-campus class that begins before 5:00 pm is required by North Carolina state law to present an adequate immunization record. Students taking exclusively online or evening courses are not required to present an immunization record.
How do I register for classes each semester?
Your first semester at MHU, you will register through the admissions office. Each semester afterward, in consultation with your advisor, you will register for classes online, through Self-Service.
Where will my classes be held?
Please check Self-Service immediately prior to the beginning of class for the most updated room assignments. Online classes are accessed through Moodle.
What happens in the event of bad weather?
Inclement weather may make it unsafe for students and instructors to travel to evening classes on campus. When this occurs, the university may cancel classes. Notification will generally be sent out no later than 4:00 PM, though changing weather conditions may necessitate a later notification. Students should remain in contact with their instructor by phone, email, and Moodle during such events.
Cancellations will be:
Do I have the same access to Student Services as a traditional student?
As an AGS student, in person or online, you will have access to all the same resources and privileges as traditional students including:
Adult and Graduate Studies