Your next steps as an admitted transfer student
They say the longest journey begins with a single step. Well, enrolling at ASU isn’t really a “long journey,” but it does begin with one step, followed by a few more. Start taking your steps and checking them off as you complete them so you can be on your way to becoming a Sun Devil.
Activate your ASURITE User ID
Your ASURITE User ID grants you access to My ASU and university services. See your admission letter for details if you haven’t activated your ASURITE User ID yet.
When you activate your ASURITE User ID, you will select to have your ASU email forwarded to a personal account. It's important to check your email often for time-sensitive notifications and next steps about enrollment. You'll have access to your official ASU email when classes begin. You can check which email your ASU email is forwarding to by looking in the profile tab in My ASU.
If you previously applied to ASU, use your existing ASURITE User ID to activate and log in to My ASU and your ASU email.
Need help? You can find your activation code in an email from firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “ASU Account Activation.” If you need assistance, call 1-855-278-5080 or 480-965-6500.
Start the New Transfer Student Orientation Experience
In the New Transfer Student Orientation, you will prepare to take classes in the fall by completing essential next steps for enrollment. To access it, log into My ASU to view details under Priority Tasks, or check out the New Transfer Student Orientation Experience website.
Register for classes
You must meet with an academic advisor before you can register for classes. You can find your advisor’s contact information in My ASU under the Academic Support Team box. You may want to review the Transfer Guide to view course equivalencies before meeting with your academic advisor.
Register on My ASU
Submit your FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available now. Submit your completed FAFSA as soon as possible. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
Fall 2023: Complete the 2023-2024 FAFSA
Spring 2024: Complete the 2023-2024 FAFSA
Submit your FAFSA
Apply for scholarships
Transfer scholarships are available to help pay for tuition, housing, books and other costs when you transfer to ASU.
Submit your MMR immunization verification form
You must submit your measles (rubeola), mumps and rubella immunization form before classes begin. You can fax, email or mail your records to ASU Health Services.
Explore housing options
On-campus housing is limited for transfer students. You are encouraged to submit your housing application as soon as possible.
Request final transcripts
As soon as you graduate or complete your current semester or term, request an official final transcript be sent from your college or university to ASU’s Admission Services.
Review parking and transportation
Cars are not the only way to get to ASU. The bus and light rail are affordable options too, and students walk, bike or skateboard on campus.
If you haven’t toured campus already, visiting is the best way to get an idea of what life is like as a Sun Devil. Schedule a socially-distanced walking tour with a campus tour guide at all of ASU’s campuses. If you can’t make it in person, take a virtual tour — or if you’d rather explore campus on your own, take a self-guided audio tour to hear about every major campus attraction.
Attend welcome events
Get to know your campus and meet other transfer students at ASU’s free welcome events. Explore the event schedule to discover which ones to attend.