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Prospective students who are applying to multiple universities may want to apply to ASU through the Common Application or Coalition Application instead of the ASU application for added convenience. Review the application fees and find the best fit for you.

*ASU accepts only one application. We have no preference between the ASU application, the Common Application or the Coalition Application. If two applications are submitted, one will be canceled in our system. Application fees are nonrefundable.

Frequently asked questions about applying to ASU

Why should I use the Common Application or Coalition Application to apply for admission?

If you are applying to multiple universities, you might consider using the Common Application or Coalition Application because it enables you to apply to several universities at once. The Common Application and Coalition Application use the information you enter to automatically complete the applications of all the schools you wish to apply to. (Note that not all schools you wish to apply to may be part of the Common or Coalition Application.) ASU has no preference as to whether you use the Common Application, Coalition Application or the ASU Admission Application to apply to ASU, but you should apply using only one.

How can I check my application status?

You can check your application status on My ASU. If you are concerned about the status of your application, you may also contact your admission representative.

Can I defer my admission?

Yes, you may defer your admission for up to five terms, or two-and-a-half years. It is important to note that if you decide to defer your admission, the deferment applies only to university admission and not necessarily admission to your major or program of study. If you defer your admission, you must contact Admission Services.

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