If you are an undergraduate degree-seeking student who previously attended ASU but who has not been enrolled at ASU for up to seven consecutive fall or spring semesters, you may be eligible to return through Quick Re-entry.* You do not need to submit a new application or application fee. You may sign in to My ASU and register for classes. You may have a hold or Priority Tasks that you need to complete before you are able to register for classes. Your catalog year upon reentry will be determined via current policy.
International students are still responsible for all SEVIS requirements and should check with the International Students and Scholars Office at ASU.
If your absence is due to military deployment, service on an official church missions or with a foreign aid service of the Federal government, or a permanent disability, you should submit a Leave of Absence.
Note: You must submit official transcript(s) from all institutions you attended during your absence from ASU. Official transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically directly to Admission Services by the records office of the issuing institutions. Please check our contact page for the mailing address. ASU does not accept transcripts sent or carried by hand by applicants themselves or transmitted by fax.
International students (F1/J1 visa) eligible for quick re-entry, should contact ASU's International Students and Scholars Center (ISSC) ISSC@asu.edu to submit documentation for issuance of an I-20 for visa purposes. Visit issc.asu.edu.
*If you have completed an ASU bachelor degree program and are seeking to pursue another program or were academically disqualified, you are not eligible for quick re-entry.
If you are not eligible for Quick Re-entry you must apply for readmission and submit applicable fees. An applicant for readmission must have an ASU GPA of 2.00 or higher, depending on the ASU school or college AND must have left on Good Academic Standing. Students who do not meet this GPA and Academic Standing requirement may appeal. In these cases, the completed application for readmission may be subject to a due date that is earlier than the application deadline..
If a readmission appeal is required, please note that the decisions may take 4-6 weeks.
Note: You must submit official transcripts from all institutions you attended during your absence from ASU. Official transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically directly to Admission Services by the records office of the issuing institutions. ASU does not accept transcripts sent or carried by hand by applicants themselves or transmitted by fax. Please go to our contact page for the mailing address.
Priority readmission application deadlines
The priority readmission application deadline for fall semester is June 1. Readmission applications received after June 1 will be considered on a space-available basis. Space is limited in some programs and admission to these programs is more competitive.
The priority readmission application deadline for spring semester is Dec. 1. Readmission applications received after Dec. 1 will be considered on a space-available basis. Space is limited in some programs and admission to these programs is more competitive.
The priority readmission application deadline is May 1.
What needs to be submitted by the deadline?
You must submit the application for undergraduate admission, along with the application fee, by the deadline specified for each semester. In order to expedite the evaluation of your application, also submit official transcripts, test scores and supporting credentials immediately.
I was previously admitted to ASU but did not attend. Am I a readmission student?
If you have previously been admitted to ASU but did not attend, you will be considered a freshman student or a transfer student.