State University does not offer independent study courses; however, with prior
approval, Henderson will accept correspondence courses for college credit.
Independent study through correspondence courses may provide an alternative to
time or course conflicts and also cut down on college time and costs.
Henderson's testing center does administer correspondence tests from other
colleges and universities.
Restrictions: There are
restrictions for earning credit through correspondence courses. Refer to the
current Henderson catalog and seek guidance from your advisor and the registrar.
- Students can pick up
independent study bulletins in the Registrar's Office.
- The student
should first see his or her advisor to determine which correspondence course(s)
would be approved for credit.
- The application must be approved and
signed by the registrar.
- Request that the final exams be sent to the
director of testing at Henderson State University (address on this page).
- Call (870) 230-5470 to make an appointment to take the test.
test time, report to CAS 125 with a pictured I.D. and a $25 proctor fee.
- Upon correspondence course completion, request an official transcript from
the institution of independent study be sent to the Registrar's Office at
Henderson State University.