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Resumption Date for Arizona State University after COVID-19 Outbreak

Resumption Date for Arizona State University after COVID-19

Arizona State University in Arizona, in the United State of America, The management of the university due to COVID-19 outbreak has been drawn to the notification of rescheduling of activities. the fresh and returning students are hereby advice to follow a new process. read through. Programme

 

Resumption Date for Arizona State University after COVID-19

Given the global nature of Arizona State University, we want to share important tips on how to stay healthy, remind you of the health and wellness resources that are available to you and inform you of the national and international protocols that are being followed by the university to help minimize the spread of illness.
 However, All the activities in the Arizona State University remain pending until further notice. meanwhile, the ASU admission is ongoing for interested candidate below are details on how apply.
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Undergraduate admission

First-year student

Course competency requirements

To be admitted to ASU, you will need the following:

  • 4 years math
  • 4 years English (non-ESL/ELL courses)
  • 3 years lab sciences (1 year each from biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences or physics)
  • 2 years social sciences (including 1 year American history)
  • 2 years same second language
  • 1 year fine arts or 1 year career and technical education

Aptitude requirements

To be admitted to ASU, you will need one of the following:

  • top 25% in high school graduating class
  • 3.00 GPA in competency courses (4.00 = “A”)
  • ACT: 22 (24 nonresidents)
  • SAT: 1120 (1180 nonresidents)

These aptitude requirements meet the general university admission requirements. Some degree programs may require higher GPAs in competency courses and/or ACT/SAT scores. To find the requirements for your specific program, please visit

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Transfer student

Step 01

Complete the undergraduate application for admission.

Apply online with ASU’s Application for Admission, the Common Application or the Coalition Application. We have no preference between the ASU application, the Common Application or the Coalition Application. If two applications are submitted, one will be cancelled in our system. Application fees are nonrefundable.

 

Step 02

Activate My ASU and your ASURITE UserID

You will receive your ASURITE UserID and activation code via email within one to three business days of submitting your application. If you have previously applied to ASU, your ASURITE UserID will remain the same. You’ll use your ASURITE UserID to login to My ASU.

Step 03

Submit the nonrefundable transfer application fee

Arizona residents: $50
Domestic nonresidents: $70

You can pay for the ASU application fee using a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) or eCheck at the time you submit your transfer 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.

Admission Services Applicant Processing
Arizona State University
PO Box 871004
Tempe, AZ 85287-1004

If you applied for admission through the Common Application or Coalition Application, pay the application fee through those applications.

Step 04

Request to have your official transcripts sent to ASU

College or university transcripts

ASU requires official transcripts from all previous institutions attended in order to process your application. Please contact the registrar’s office at your college or university and request your official transcripts be sent directly to Admission Services. Official transcripts delivered by hand will be accepted only if they are sealed in the original envelope provided by the community college or university and bear the university seal and the signature of the registrar of the issuing institution.

If your college or university uses Parchment, eSCRIP or National Clearinghouse to send electronic transcripts, please request that your institution sends us your official transcripts by choosing Arizona State University on the request form.

Upon graduation or completion of your final semester at your current school, request a final transcript be sent directly to ASU Admission Services to determine final admission status. Receipt of your final transcript impacts financial aid disbursement and your eligibility to register for classes. (Note: ASU does not accept faxed college transcripts.)

High school transcripts

If you haven’t completed an associate degree, you must submit one of the following:

  • Official high school transcript with a graduation date
  • Official GED/HiSet transcripts
  • Affidavit of Completion of Secondary School Education

ASU accepts hand-delivered official high school transcripts in sealed envelopes from applicants. (Note: ASU does not accept faxed high-school transcripts.)

Test scores

If applicable, have your ACT or SAT scores sent directly to ASU. If you have taken AP, IB or CLEP exams, request your scores be sent directly to ASU.

Have your test scores (e.g., ACT, SAT, TOEFL) and official high school or college transcripts sent from the issuing institution to the address below.

Admission Services Applicant Processing
Arizona State University
PO Box 871004
Tempe, AZ 85287-1004

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International student

Academic requirements

First-year students must have a 3.00 grade point average (GPA) (a “B” or better where “A”=4.00) from a secondary school.

Transfer students must have a minimum 2.50 GPA (a “C+” or better where “A”=4.00) from a college or university. Some ASU programs require a minimum transfer GPA of 3.00, including the W. P. Carey School of Business and Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

Some ASU programs may have higher admission requirements and may require a minimum ACT or SAT score.

Must have three years of high school work (If you are currently in high school, ASU needs to see 9–11 grade work. If you have completed high school then ASU needs to see 10–12 grade work).

Must have and present a completed high school diploma or certificate.

Competency requirements

International students who attended four years of high school in the U.S. are required to meet the competency requirements.

  • English: four years (composition/literature based).
  • Math: four years (algebra I, geometry, algebra II and one course requiring algebra II as a prerequisite).
  • Laboratory science: three years total (one year each from any of the following areas are accepted: biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences, and physics) .
  • Social science: two years (including one year American history).
  • Foreign language: two years (same language).
  • Fine arts: one year.

International students who completed high school outside the U.S. are required to meet the following competency requirements:

  • Math: four years (algebra I, geometry, algebra II and one course requiring algebra II as a prerequisite).
  • Laboratory science: three years total (one year each from any of the following areas are accepted: biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences and physics)

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Online student

Competency requirements

Freshman applicants who possess a high school diploma and meet the following requirements will be admitted to ASU.

  • English – 4 years (composition/literature based)
  • Math – 4 years – Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II and one course requiring Algebra II as a prerequisite.
  • Laboratory Science – 3 years from any of the following areas: Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science, Integrated Sciences and Physics)
  • Social Science – 2 years (including American History)
  • Foreign Language – 2 years (same language)
  • Fine Arts – 1 year

Note: Some colleges within ASU have a higher competency requirement than the general university admission standards

Other admission requirements

Applicants must also meet at least one of the following:

Top 25% in high school graduating class,

3.0 GPA in competency courses (4.0 = A),

ACT score of 22 for Arizona residents (24 nonresidents)* or SAT Reasoning score of 1120 for Arizona residents (1180 nonresidents)*

*ASU does not require the writing portion of these tests.

Don’t meet the admission requirements?

You can still earn your way into ASU through the Earned Admission Track. To begin, submit an application to ASU. If Earned Admission is right for you, an enrollment advisor will reach out with more details.

complete online application

You’re almost there! Complete the undergraduate admission application online.

You will be required to submit a nonrefundable application fee at this time.

  • $70: US Citizen, US Permanent Resident, In Application for Permanent Residency, DACA, International online student studying outside the U.S.
  • $115: International students on any non-immigrant visa type studying in the U.S. (e.g. F-1, H1-B, H-4, etc).

Apply now

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File your FAFSA

The FAFSA can help you find federal student aid. Submit the FAFSA online. Federal School Code is 001081.

2018-2019 FAFSA Enrollment:

Students can submit their FAFSA for the 2018-2019 school year beginning October 1. ASU’s priority filing date is January 1.

Learn more about ASU Online financial aid services and scholarship opportunities.

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