Admitted transfer students

Congratulations on being admitted to Arizona State University. You’re well on your way to becoming a Sun Devil. You have just a few things to take care of to make sure you're ready for your first day on campus.

Your next steps as an admitted transfer student

Step 01

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid

To apply for financial aid, complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid. If you have already completed a FASFA for another institution, you may use your existing application for the semester you are admitted to ASU. Update the school on your existing FAFSA with the following steps:

  1. Go to fafsa.gov to the current year application.
  2. Use your U.S. Department of Education PIN to access your account.
  3. Add ASU's Federal School Code (001081) to your application.
  4. If you have your Data Release Number, or DRN, you can call 800-433-3243 to request that your Student Aid Report be sent electronically to ASU.

View your FASFA information on your Finances tab in My ASU, and view your Priority Tasks for important financial aid next steps. Complete any items listed under Priority Tasks early to ensure you do not have any barriers to receiving your aid.

Note: Arizona law requires verification of citizenship or other lawful presence in the U.S. for all students receiving financial aid funded by state money.

Step 02

Complete online orientation

Find online orientation in My ASU and complete it to become more familiar with university resources and services.

Step 03

Submit your MMR immunization verification form

You must submit your measles (rubeola), mumps and rubella immunization form before you can register for classes. You can fax, email or mail your records to ASU Health Services. You may receive an immunization at an ASU Health Services facility on any campus. Call for an appointment. Fees apply.

Downtown Phoenix campus | 602-496-0721
Polytechnic campus | 480-727-1500
Tempe campus | 480-965-3346
West campus | 602-543-8019

Step 04

Register for classes

You must meet with an academic advisor before you can register for your classes. We recommend you review the My Progress Report (DARS) link in My ASU and use the Transfer Credit Guide to view course equivalencies before meeting with your academic advisor. Instructions to schedule an advising appointment can be found on My ASU by clicking on Advising in the My Programs and eAdvisor™ box.

Registration for spring 2019 begins in Oct. 2018.

Step 05

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 Admission Services. If you were concurrently enrolled in high school and college courses, or if you were dually enrolled in college courses taught on your high school campus, you must request official transcripts from both your high school and the college offering the dual enrollment credit. ASU will not award college credit for courses that appear only on high school transcripts.

ASU mailing address:
ASU Admission Services
PO Box 870112
Tempe, AZ 85287-0112

USPS:
Admission Services
Arizona State University
PO Box 870112
Tempe, AZ 85287-0112

FedEx, DHL or UPS
Admission Services
Arizona State University
Student Services Building, Room 112
1151 S. Forest Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85287

 

 

 

 

Important checklist items

 

Apply for scholarships

Transfer-specific scholarship opportunities are available that can be used to help pay for tuition, housing, books and other costs when you transfer to ASU. You can search for ASU scholarships by major, GPA, college and more.

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Explore housing options

Make the most of your ASU education by living in an environment that sets you up for success. Enjoy the convenience of all-inclusive living, while being steps away from academic buildings, student services and campus dining locations.

Explore housing

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 to classes and on campus.

Explore transportation

Attend welcome events

Get to know campus and other Sun Devils at ASU Welcome events. These events are free for all Sun Devils — explore the event schedule below to discover all the ways to get involved.

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Michael Mobley

"Congratulations on your admission to Arizona State University. We are very happy you are coming to join the Sun Devil family. You will be part of a vibrant community of scholars and mentors here to help you thrive and push you every step of the way.

Being a Sun Devil is more than just taking classes. It is working within groups across many disciplines to solve problems for which the solution does not currently exist. It is working out at the Sun Devil Fitness Complex with your classmates. It is connecting with friends who will join you through your lifelong journey as a Sun Devil. Above it all though, it is about you. I challenge you to approach every day on campus as an opportunity to grow. Take the lead on a class project that you are not comfortable with. Meet someone new every day. Eat lunch at a new place on campus every day. Start a new club on campus to explore and enjoy something you are passionate about.

Your time here at ASU is precious so take advantage of all the opportunities you'll have. Congratulations again — you're going to look good in gold."

Michael Mobley
Director, Transfer Admissions

Frequently-asked questions about transfer at ASU

I applied to ASU and was admitted, but did not attend. Do I need to reapply?

Admission is valid for one consecutive term from your original application term. After that, yes, you need to reapply. Be sure to sign in to My ASU to see if any additional items are needed to complete your file.

Can transfer students live on campus?

Yes, transfer students are encouraged to live on campus. Living on campus puts you right next to ASU student support resources and helps you be more connected to the university. And research shows that you are more likely to do better in your classes and graduate if you live on campus.

Are ASU scholarships for transfer students available?

Yes. Scholarships for transfer students are available. Students from Arizona who transfer from an Arizona community college, have at least a 3.50 cumulative GPA and have a demonstrated financial need can apply for the Transfer Achievement Award. High-achieving nonresident transfer students with financial need can apply for ASU’s New American University Scholarship. Be sure to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid  to increase your chances of receiving financial aid.

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