We want to make your transfer to ASU as smooth as possible. The first step is to complete the admission application to transfer to ASU as early as you can. Below, you will find key dates for the transfer admission process and step-by-step instructions for applying to transfer to ASU.
Transfer Admission: Key Dates
We are still accepting applications for fall 2015 admission. Submit your application, application fee and transcripts as soon as possible. Classes start Aug. 20, 2015.
VIP application date: Oct. 1, 2015
FAFSA priority date: Oct. 1, 2015
Class registration begins: Oct. 26, 2015
Priority application date: Nov. 1, 2015*
Classes start (Sessions A & C): Jan. 11, 2016
First day FAFSA is available for 2016–2017: Jan. 1, 2016
Class registration begins: late Feb. 2016
VIP application date: March 1, 2016
FAFSA priority date: March 1, 2016
Priority application date: April 1, 2016*
Classes start (Sessions A & C): Aug. 18, 2016
*This is the priority application deadline for transfer admission and merit-based scholarship consideration.
Late applicants will be considered for university admission and financial aid, but ASU undergraduate degree programs with higher transfer admission standards will give priority consideration to applications submitted by these dates. You can find other important dates on ASU’s academic calendar.
ASU Transfer Applications: Step-by-Step
Follow the steps below to complete your transfer application and fulfill all ASU admission requirements:
1. Complete the admission application to transfer to ASU.
You can complete the admission application to transfer to ASU online. To ensure a smooth transition and improve opportunities for financial assistance, you should start the transfer application process one year prior to your planned enrollment date at ASU.
Note: After the first day of a semester, approvals for that semester's application and admission will be handled by exception only. Please contact Admission Services at 480-965-7788.
2. Submit the nonrefundable transfer application fee.
Fall 2015 and Spring 2016
Arizona residents: $50
Nonresident, international and ASU Online: $65
Arizona resident: $50
Domestic nonresidents: $70
International students: $85
You can pay using a credit card (eCheck or MasterCard) when you submit your transfer application or mail a check or money order to ASU. If you are applying to an online degree program, you will need to pay with a credit card when you submit your transfer application.
3. Request to have your official transcripts and test scores mailed to ASU
High school and college transcripts
For your transfer application to be processed, you must request official transcripts to be sent directly to ASU from all schools you have attended. This includes high school transcripts, regardless of your age or number of college credit hours. ASU accepts high school transcripts hand-delivered in sealed envelopes by the applicant. However, ASU does not accept hand-delivered college transcripts or those sent by fax. High school transcripts must include GPA and date of graduation. Upon graduation or completion of your final semester at your current school, request that a final transcript be sent directly to ASU to determine final admission status. Receipt of your final transcript impacts financial aid disbursement and eligibility to register for future classes.
Have your ACT and SAT scores sent directly to ASU. If you have taken AP, IB or CLEP exams, request that your scores be sent directly to ASU. If you are an international transfer student, please have your TOEFL or IELTS scores sent to ASU directly from the testing agency. ASU requires an English translation of all foreign-language transcripts.
Mailing addresses for admission materials
If mailing via the U.S. Postal Service:
Arizona State University
PO Box 870112
Tempe, AZ 85287-0112
If sending via FedEx, DHL or UPS:
Arizona State University
Student Services Building Rm. 112
1151 S. Forest Ave.
Tempe, AZ 85287
Learn more about ASU’s transfer admission requirements.
Next Steps to Transfer to ASU
Once you have applied to transfer to ASU and are accepted to an undergraduate program, you are ready to complete the next steps for transfer student enrollment.
Get Help with Your Transfer to ASU
Whether you plan to transfer to ASU from a community college or a four-year school, ASU offers tools and resources to help you make the most of your earned credits, choose an undergraduate major or minor, apply for financial aid and more. To get started, contact an ASU transfer specialist.