Transfer pathway
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Transfer simplified: Find your path to ASU

Arizona State University has partnered with colleges across Arizona and the country to create a simplified transfer experience for students. These pathway programs include exclusive benefits, tools and resources and help students save time and money in their college journey.

If you are currently enrolled in a community college, find your school below.

If you are not currently enrolled in a partnering college or university, please review the general transfer admission requirements.

Maricopa community colleges

  • Chandler-Gilbert Community College
  • Estrella Mountain Community College
  • GateWay Community College
  • Glendale Community College
  • Mesa Community College
  • Paradise Valley Community College
  • Phoenix College
  • Rio Salado College
  • Scottsdale Community College
  • South Mountain Community College

Find your path

Out-of-state community colleges

Transferring from California, Illinois, Washington or BYU-Idaho?

The Guaranteed Program for Admission helps you plan and complete prescribed coursework designed to easily transfer to ASU.

Learn about the program

Transferring from another state?
You don’t need to be attending a partnering college to transfer to ASU— ASU accepts transfer students from across the country.

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Earn your degree
without leaving home

ASU strives to serve students and communities across Arizona. Working in partnership with community colleges and the local communities, ASU locations offer high-demand programs that allow students to complete their bachelor’s degrees without leaving home.

ASU@Pinal  ASU@Yuma  ASU@Yavapai

ASU@TheGilaValley   ASU@Cochise

Frequently asked questions about transfer pathway programs

What is ASU MAPP?

The MAPP, or Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program, is a program that offers students in the Maricopa Community Colleges prescribed coursework in community college, which, once completed, earns them automatic admission to ASU. The MAPP ensures a smooth transition to the university, and can save you time and money in your pursuit of a degree.

What is ASU TAG?

The TAG, or the Transfer Admission Guarantee, is a program that offers students in Arizona community colleges (other than Maricopa County) prescribed coursework in community college, which, once completed, earns them automatic admission to ASU. The TAG ensures a smooth transition to the university, and can save you time and money in your pursuit of a degree.

What is an ASU pathway program?

In a pathway program, students are prescribed coursework that ensures the classes they take will transfer to ASU and be credited toward their desired degree, which saves time and money. Pathway students also have access to an ASU transfer specialist and ASU tools while still in community college, and get guaranteed admission to ASU upon completing their pathway program.

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