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Contact an undergraduate admission representative

Undergraduate admission representative contact form

 

Answer the questions below so that we can connect you with the right representative.

DACA, undocumented, refugee, other visa types, etc.
Joseph is your contact
Please contact Joseph for information about admissions, requirements or any other questions you may have.

 asujoewarhol@asu.edu    480-965-5078

Schedule a time to connect with me: https://calendly.com/joe-warhol

Please contact ASU for information about admissions, requirements or any other questions you may have.

  ASURecruitment@asu.edu  

Schedule a time to connect with me: https://calendly.com/arizona-appointments

DACA, undocumented, refugee, other visa types, etc.
 
 
Grady is your contact
Please contact Gary for information about admissions, requirements or any other questions you may have.

 ASUGradyFoster@asu.edu    480-727-0140

Schedule a time to connect with me: https://calendly.com/grady-foster

Nayara is your contact
Please contact Nayara for information about admissions, requirements or any other questions you may have.

 ASUNayaraDixon@asu.edu    602-543-1869

Schedule a time to connect with me: https://calendly.com/nayara-d

Admission Services is your contact

Please contact Admission for information about admissions, requirements or any other questions you may have.

  transfer@asu.edu  

 

Please contact enrollment@asuonline.asu.edu
  866-277-6589

If you're on a pathway, or a program through your employer, please contact us at EnrollmentOnline@asu.edu
  844-353-7953

 
+1 (123) 456-7890

Frequently asked questions

 

During the application process, you will be asked to enter all your courses and grades for school years 9 to 11 as they appear on your official high school transcript. You will also be asked to enter your in-progress courses for year 12.

At ASU, a transfer student is anyone applying for admission who has attended another college or university and has completed 12 or more transferable credits post-high school, at the time of application. If you are completing college courses while in high school you are considered a freshman and not a transfer student.

International freshman and transfer F-1 students may be considered for the New American University Scholarship, which helps with college expenses.

Upcoming events

Learn more about the ASU academic and student experience with these events.

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High school juniors and seniors are invited to visit ASU’s metropolitan Phoenix campuses in person to take a tour and learn more about academic programs, steps to admission and financial aid options.

February, March and April