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To expedite the admission decision, use ASU’s Application for Admission and self-report your high school grades. The benefit of using the Common Application is that one application can be submitted to multiple colleges, with an additional supplemental form and fee for each college. The fee for the Common Application and ASU’s Application for Admission may be different, so please review before deciding which option is right for you. ASU does not require an essay or personal statement in either option.ASU’s Application for Admission   Common Application
Arizona residents: $50
Domestic nonresidents: $70
You can pay using a credit card (Visa or Mastercard) or eCheck at the time you submit your application or when you log in to My ASU. Or you can mail a check or money order to Admission Services (payable to Arizona State University) at the address below.
Arizona State University
PO Box 870112
Tempe AZ 85287-0112
If you do not self-report your grades in the ASU application, you must have your high school send an official copy of your transcripts to ASU.
An official transcript is required for all students upon graduation from high school indicating their high school graduation date. Otherwise financial aid and scholarship disbursements will be held.
ACT or SAT scores are required for merit scholarship consideration and ASU course placement. They are also required for some majors and can be helpful in the general admission process. Have your test scores sent to ASU from ACT or College Board.More info on ACT and SAT
Once you’ve completed all these steps, ASU will review your application. To see if you have any missing items and to review your admission status, sign in at My ASU using your ASURITE UserID, which is sent to you after you apply for admission.Check application status
Applicants must successfully complete the ASU competency requirements. Admission may be granted with one deficiency in no more than two competency areas. Deficiencies cannot be in both math and laboratory science. Students must earn a minimum 2.00 in any subject area. Most competencies may also be met by test scores or college courses. See detailed competency requirements for more information.