Whether you are just starting out at the community college or have completed your associate degree, ASU will provide you with the tools and advice to help you transition to ASU when you are ready.
Associate to Bachelor's Degree Options at Eastern Arizona College
ASU and Eastern Arizona College have partnered to offer high-demand bachelor's degrees at ASU. These programs support the educational and economic needs of Thatcher and nearby communities. Read more about this program.
Transfer Admission Guarantee program (TAG)
Have you already decided on your ASU major? If so, the ASU Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) has been designed for you. Through this program, you follow a prescribed sequence of course work that meets the lower-division course requirements for an ASU major. When you complete your TAG, you will have met the requirements for your associate degree and be on track toward earning your bachelor’s degree. TAGs include the appropriate AGEC (Arizona General Education Curriculum) and an associate degree.
Eastern Arizona College-ASU RN-BSN Pathway Program
Designed for students who are currently pursuing an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) in nursing and who plan to earn a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.) at ASU.
AAS-BAS: Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS)
This program allows students who have earned an Associate of Applied Science from institution to transfer 60 credit hours toward a Bachelor of Applied Science at ASU. Students transferring from a regionally accredited Arizona public community college can transfer up to 15 additional credit hours of general studies courses (75 credit hours total). Students pursuing the 75 credit option may have more than 45 credit hours to complete their BAS upon transfer to ASU. Students should work with their academic advisor to ensure their courses will meet degree requirements.
You can transfer to ASU at any time and complete a bachelor's degree in one of more than 250 academic programs.
ASU at Eastern Arizona College
ASU representatives will be available at Eastern Arizona College to help prospective students transfer to ASU. See the calendar below to find out when a representative will be on your campus.
If you have detailed questions about the admission process, you may schedule a half-hour appointment to discuss your transfer to the university. Note that your appointment time will not be reserved until you complete this scheduling process and confirm your appointment.