Admitted first-year student next steps

Enrolling for fall 2022

Arizona State University welcomes you.

You’re now on your way to becoming part of the most innovative and forward-thinking university in the nation.

First-year student next steps

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 check them off as you complete them so you can get closer to becoming a Sun Devil.

Important dates

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Activate your ASURITE User ID and ASU email.
Your ASURITE User ID grants you access to My ASU and university services. You’ll find reminders for things like submitting your final transcripts, sending in your test scores and submitting your immunization forms. While activating your ASURITE User ID, set up your ASU email account. This is the official email address to which the university sends messages about programs and opportunities.
asu.edu/asurite

If you need helping logging in, you can have your activation code for My ASU sent to you by visiting admission.asu.edu/resendcode or by contacting your admission team member.

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Give your parents access to your records and account.
Through My ASU Parent Guest Access, you can share your academic records with your parent or guardian, and even better, give them access to pay your tuition and bills. Go to My ASU, select the Profile tab at the top and find “Add a Guest” under My ASU Guest Access Permissions. my.asu.edu

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Pay your enrollment deposit.
Beginning Oct. 1, you can confirm your place in the fall 2022 class by submitting your deposit. Then make sure to check My ASU often for any Priority Tasks you need to complete to enroll for fall 2022.
Interested in learning more about your next steps? Attend one of our live-hosted virtual events focused on your next steps once submit your deposit.
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Submit your FAFSA and apply for scholarships.
The 2022–2023 Free Application for Federal Student Aid is available beginning Oct. 1. Submit your completed FAFSA by ASU’s Jan. 15 priority filing date to be considered for the most need-based aid. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
Interested in learning more about completing your FAFSA? Attend one of our live-hosted virtual programs focused on everything you need to know to submit and complete the FAFSA.

Search and apply for departmental and private scholarships through ASU’s Scholarship Portal. The general scholarship application, which is used for many ASU scholarships, is typically available in September and closes by Feb. 1.
Interested in learning more about paying for college? Register for one of our live hosted virtual events about this topic.
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Submit your measles, mumps and rubella immunization record

All students born after Jan. 1, 1957, are required to meet the following MMR immunization requirement before class registration. You can upload required documentation in your ASU My Health Portal

The MMR vaccine is available for a fee at any of ASU's Health Services locations.

 

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New Student Experience.
At ASU's New Student Experience, accessed online in My ASU, you will prepare to take classes in the fall by completing essential next steps for enrollment. There are three steps — log in to My ASU to view details.

 

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Confirm your housing and dining.
ASU first-year students live in the residential college of their academic major. Barrett students live in the Barrett residential community for their first two years. Once you've paid your enrollment deposit, you can select your housing and dining preferences starting in early January in ASU’s housing portal .
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Prepare to take your next steps to become a Sun Devil.
Check My ASU to stay on top of things like the new student orientation module, where you will become prepared to attend classes in the fall by completing essential next steps for enrollment — including academic advising and finalizing your class schedule.

Need help?

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ASU admission team members can answer your questions and guide you through each step of your enrollment process between now and the time you get started. Connect and get to know yours. We're here for you.

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