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Freshman Students

 

Submit Final Transcripts

Upon graduating from high school or completing your current college semester, request that a final transcript be sent from your school to ASU.

Mailing Address
Undergraduate Admissions
Arizona State University
P.O. Box 870112
Tempe, AZ 85287-0112

Freshmen who do not have a final high school transcript on file with ASU will not be able to receive financial aid or register for classes beyond the fall semester. ASU will not award college credit for courses that appear only on high school transcripts. If you are concurrently enrolled in high school and college courses, or if you are dually enrolled in college courses taught on your high school campus, you must request official transcripts from both your high school and the college offering the dual enrollment credit.

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Orientation

At orientation, you will meet with your academic advisor, sign up for classes and learn about university life. Orientation is required for first-time freshmen and strongly encouraged for transfer students.

Reservations are first-come, first-served, so register today at eoss.asu.edu/orientation

New undergraduate and graduate international students are required to attend an International Student Orientation program. During the program, students from around the globe gather to learn important information about the university and how to prepare for a successful academic year.

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Enrollment Deposit

All newly admitted freshmen at ASU pay an enrollment deposit to ensure a spot in the incoming fall freshmen class. As soon as you have been admitted and have decided to attend Arizona State University, you should submit the enrollment deposit. The deposit can be paid on My ASU—Look for the “My Admission and Orientation” box.

Once paid, you can register for New Student Orientation, secure a Sun Devil ID card and reserve university housing.

  • Freshmen admitted for the fall 2016 semester should pay their enrollment deposit by May 1, 2016.
  • Freshmen admitted after May 1, 2016 have two weeks after their admittance to pay their enrollment deposit.

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Housing

Freshmen in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering live in our residential communities.

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E2

Join other freshmen in team-building activities and meet faculty, staff and students. At E2, you’ll participate in activities like a low-ropes course, small and large team building challenges, camp fires and other fun activities. Activities are led by Fulton Schools faculty, staff and upper-class students.

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Math Placement

All incoming students must complete the Math Placement Test prior to orientation and enrollment into their first semester math course, unless they have transferred an equivalent prerequisite course.

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ASU Email

Activate your ASURITE ID and establish your asu.edu email. Messages about programs and opportunities will be sent directly to this email address.

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