Homeschool students must meet Arizona State University’s general admission requirements as well as any additional standards required for the specific program. The application process for homeschool students is the same as for other undergraduate students, but you might need to submit additional documents. Our enrollment coaches can walk you through the process step by step.
Can a homeschool student go to college at ASU Online?
ASU welcomes all homeschool students and appreciates their unique academic experiences. ASU Online offers a wide variety of online programs taught by the same caliber faculty members who teach in our campus classrooms.
Why homeschool students choose ASU Online
ASU Online values your unique experiences and empowers you to succeed as you further your education. Our 100% online courses are taught by the same faculty with the same curriculum as our on-campus courses.
At ASU Online, you’ll have a smooth transition from homeschool education to college and earn a world-class education from the comfort of your own home.
Advance your education with personalized support
We are here to make sure your transition to college is as smooth as possible. Once you’re enrolled in an undergraduate program at ASU Online, you’ll have access to a variety of resources, including tutoring and mentoring.
Apply for financial aid
Like traditional students, homeschool students are eligible for financial aid. To apply, submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will tell you how much federal aid you’re eligible to receive.
To prepare for ASU Online, homeschool students can ensure they meet the minimum university requirements and complete an undergraduate admission application. You can also prepare by learning more about the ASU Online course experience and how to get involved with the Sun Devil community online.
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