Adult Students Program
The Adult Students Program is a part of the Advising Department located in the Student Service Center on the Washington Street Campus. Services for adult students are also available on the West Campus. Information for the program can also be obtained at the Moore County Campus.
Please use the links in the menu to access more information. Further questions may be forwarded to this email: firstname.lastname@example.org
We offer the following types of assistance for adult students:
- Child Care- Students can receive supplemental help with a portion of their daycare expenses while attending classes or clinical experiences. This is done through a contract between the provider and ASP.
- Transportation- Gasoline reimbursement is available to students commuting from outlying areas.
- Textbooks – Students may borrow textbooks from the ASP lending library for the semester they are enrolled in classes at Amarillo College.
- Tuition Scholarship- Numerous grants and scholarships can be awarded to students based on financial need and demonstrated motivation. Students must register for and complete a minimum of six semester hours of academic course work in fall or spring semesters and three hours in summer semester with at least a 2.0 G.P.A.
Funding assistance is subject to availability of funds and qualifications.