ISA Flex Summer 

Stay on track with Flex

ISA Flex Summer provides students with the unique opportunity to recoup credits lost from canceled summer programs, courses, and internships.

The program takes advantage of ISA Flex, in partnership with Arizona State University (ASU) Online, which was created to make study abroad more accessible. Too often, course availability or the need to meet major requirements dictates where students go abroad or if they even go at all. The new ISA Flex program allows students to study anywhere in the world while ensuring they get the credits they need thanks to ASU Online’s extensive course options.

ISA Flex Summer allows students to capitalize on the early benefits of this new partnership and ensure that they can stay on track during these unprecedented and unpredictable times.

Earn credits without leaving home

Single-session attendees can earn six credits comprised of:
- Three credits from a course of your choosing, selected from the hundreds of options available through ASU Online
- Three credits from a brand new course, "Future Readiness and Career Planning in a New Global Context", which explores how all careers are impacted by our global interconnectedness and how global situations, such as pandemics, impact careers now and in the future

Current session option

  • Session Two

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    Application Deadline: extended to June 10, 2020

    Final forms & payment deadline: June 15, 2020

    Course Dates: July 1-August 11, 2020

    Tuition: $2,850

    What's included:

    • - Virtual orientation
    • - "Future Readiness and Career Planning in a New Global Context" course, transcripted by Carroll College
    • - One ASU Online Course
    • - Six credits
    • - Registration fees
    • - ASU Online transcript
    • - Carroll College transcript

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About ASU Online

ASU Online is dedicated to providing innovative, high-quality online education to students from across the country and around the world. Their custom-designed degree programs and courses are delivered online by the same award-winning faculty who teach on campus. Courses are designed using state-of-the-art technology and tools, providing students with a direct connection to the knowledge and expertise of their faculty. 

ASU Online Courses

ASU Online offers hundreds of courses. Their Class Search tool allows you to easily see all of the courses they offer. Click the following link to see a list of intro courses offered during Session Two. To search other course offerings related to your major, simply replace "intro" in the search box with your major or a specific course that you are looking for, and then click the search icon.


About the Course: Future Readiness and Career Planning in a New Global Context

As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, many students' lives have been altered in these unprecedented times. Aside from plans to study abroad or walk in a graduation ceremony, many are dealing with ways the virus is impacting everyday life.

This three-credit course, with credit provided by Carroll College, is grounded in the current atmosphere of collective uncertainty and will support students as they prepare for post-pandemic futures. Throughout this course, students can expect to develop the following skills:

1) Make positive personal meaning of the negative impacts they face by reevaluating goals and personal values for a more sustainable career in times of great uncertainty

2) Treat the novel coronavirus as a collective global experience by learning to shift their frame of reference on their study and career plans in ways that acknowledge transnational interconnectedness they may not have been aware of until 2020

About Carroll College

A private liberal arts college in Helena, Montana, Carroll College has earned top national and regional awards for its academic programs, including its flagship biology, civil engineering, nursing, and mathematics departments. The school was ranked by U.S. News and World Report as the #1 Regional College in the West in America’s Best Colleges 2016 Edition, #1 School for Veterans, and #1 Best Value School. 

FAQs

  • Who is eligible?

    To be eligible for ISA Flex Summer, you must be a full-time student with a GPA of 2.5 or higher. ISA Flex Summer is open to rising Sophomores and above, however, specific pre-requisites may be required to enroll in select ASU Online courses. Community college students may also apply.

  • How do I apply to ISA Flex Summer?

    You can apply through the ISA Application.

  • What happens after I submit my ISA application?

    An ISA team member will contact you once your application has been received. After acceptance into the program, you will then receive access to the ASU Online portal to enroll in your chosen course. You will automatically be enrolled in the exclusive Future Readiness and Career Planning in a New Global Context course. A virtual orientation for the program will be held prior to the first day of classes.

  • How do I pay for the program?

    All payment for the program will be processed through your ISA Student Portal. You will receive access to make payments in your portal after acceptance. Tuition for ASU Online is included in the ISA program price. All payments should be rendered to ISA by the Final Forms & Payment deadline.

  • Is this program eligible for financial aid?

    No. ISA and ASU Online are unable to process financial aid for this program.

  • What do I need to be successful while taking these courses online?

    Both courses offered as a part of this program are taught using a learning management system and include a variety of multimedia tools and resources. It is recommended that you use a computer with a webcam, headset, and microphone. High speed internet connection is required, and the use of Firefox or Chrome browsers is recommended.

  • How will I receive my transcript?

    Transcripts for this program will come directly from ISA. They will be sent to your home institution unless otherwise noted. You will receive both an ASU and a Carroll College transcript.

  • How do I transfer credit?

    Credit transfer is at the sole discretion of your home institution. Students are responsible for speaking with the appropriate advisors at their home university or college to determine how credits earned will transfer. Students should inquire about course transfer, transfer of grades vs. credit, major and minor requirements, graduation requirements, etc. To see how a particular ASU Online course might equate to your home institution, visit their course transfer database.

  • Is ASU Online accredited?

    ASU Online is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Schools and Colleges. The Higher Learning Commission is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. In addition to ASU's Higher Learning Commission accreditation, many of ASU's academic programs carry specialized accreditation specific to the field. View a list of ASU programs with specialized accreditations here (https://asuonline.asu.edu/about-us/accreditation/).