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ASU, ranked as one of the top public universities in the nation and the world, is also a top choice for Washington college students who transfer out of state to complete their undergraduate degrees.
Designed for Washington community college students, the Guaranteed Program for Admission helps you stay focused on earning your undergraduate degree and plan for a smooth transfer to ASU. To take part in the Guaranteed Program for Admission, you must attend a community college that participates in the program.
Guaranteed admission to ASU in three easy steps:
Have questions? Talk to your ASU transfer specialist.
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The Guaranteed Program for Admission offers students at participating Washington community colleges the following benefits:
General university admission is guaranteed upon successfully meeting the following conditions:*
You will also need to submit an Arizona State University admission application, including any additional documents required, such as official college transcripts. (International students must also provide a financial guarantee and evidence of English language proficiency.) To find out how a course will transfer to ASU, check our Transfer Credit Guide.
*Some ASU colleges and schools have additional or higher requirements for admission into their programs. To search for degree programs and find more detailed information about admission requirements, use the ASU degree search tool. ASU’s nursing programs are not eligible for the Guaranteed Program for Admission in Washington.
ASU is part of the Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE). The program offers students from 14 Western states (not including Arizona) the opportunity to choose from select ASU degree programs at a discounted nonresident tuition rate. Learn more about the Western Undergraduate Exchange.
College Students: If you have questions about transferring to ASU or if you don’t see your community college on the list of participating institutions, please contact your transfer specialist, Kelsey Singleton in Transfer Admissions.
College Administrators: If you would like to have your institution participate in this program, or if you have questions about the program, please contact Melanie Pshaenich in the Office of Academic Partnerships.