Augsburg undergraduate students have the opportunity to enroll in classes through two course sharing consortia, with individual course requests subject to review and approval by Augsburg faculty and staff. The primary purpose of these agreements is to help students remain on track toward degree requirements if Augsburg is unable to offer a class when needed. Registrations through these partnerships will be included in Augsburg tuition charges and factored into student financial aid awards.
Students may take no more than one course each term through Augsburg’s exchange programs, including ACTC. Requests to take more than one must be approved by academic petition.
Acadeum course sharing
Acadeum Course Share is a group of accredited colleges and universities that share select online courses to support students in their educational goals. Students can visit the Acadeum website to create a login and search course offerings using the “Find Courses” menu option.
Prior to requesting enrollment through Acadeum, students must work with their faculty mentor or major department chair to ensure they are approved to enroll. Enrollments are approved based on need and at the discretion of the University. Please note that only courses included in the CIC Online Course Sharing Consortium are available to Augsburg students.
The credit value, grading system, attendance policies, and all course dates are determined by the teaching institution rather than Augsburg. If you have any questions about Acadeum, contact the Augsburg Registrar’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Augsburg participates in the Rize course sharing agreement to supplement offerings for the Game Design major. Interested students should contact Professor Jenny Hanson for more information.
Additional subjects through Rize may be approved in the future.