Admitted students

Now that you've been admitted to ASU, start taking your next steps to becoming a Sun Devil.

Your next steps after admission to ASU

Step 01

Activate your ASURITE UserID and check My ASU

Stay up to date on your next steps by checking My ASU regularly. Take care of tasks like submitting your final transcripts, sending in your test scores and submitting your immunization forms.

Step 02

Apply for scholarships

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 close by Feb. 1.

Step 03

Fill out the FAFSA

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to award federal grants, loans, work-study and certain scholarships, and can be filed now for the 2019-2020 school year. We encourage you to file right away. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.

Step 04

Confirm your attendance

Upon admission, first-time freshmen pay an enrollment deposit. The deposit may be paid on My ASU beginning Oct. 1.

Step 05

Register for orientation

ASU New Student Orientation is required for all incoming freshmen. It’s where you and your family will connect with other new students and learn about ASU resources, and you'll start to feel like a Sun Devil.

Step 06

Confirm your housing and dining preferences

All freshmen are expected to live on campus in one of ASU’s residential communities. You will live with students who share similar academic majors.

Step 07

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 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.

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Frequently asked questions about admitted freshmen

How do I accept my admission to ASU?

To accept your admission to ASU, pay the $300 enrollment deposit. By doing this, you will be confirming your spot in the freshman class, and you’ll be able to take your next enrollment steps, such as selecting your housing and dining preferences and your orientation date.

When do I apply for financial aid?

You should apply for financial aid as early as possible. Start by completing a Free Application for Federal Student Aid . The FAFSA opens on Oct. 1 and ASU’s FAFSA priority filing deadline is Jan. 1. You should also search ASU’s Scholarship Portal to find scholarships that match your qualifications. Many scholarships have application deadlines in February or March. And be sure to submit your ACT or SAT scores to ASU for automatic consideration for a university merit scholarship.

Can I take classes at ASU the summer before my first fall semester?

Yes, if you are admitted to ASU for the fall semester, you may begin taking classes the summer before that fall semester.

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