Transfer application requirements
Transfer your credits to complete your degree
You’re considered a transfer applicant if you have attended one or more colleges or universities and have completed 12 or more transferable college or university credits post-high school. To transfer to ASU, you must meet one of the following requirements: graduated from high school, earned a GED, are in progress toward an associate degree or have completed your associate degree.
Speak to an enrollment counselor
Would you like to chat with someone about a degree program that is right for you? Request more information to speak to an ASU Online enrollment coach about degree programs of interest, how your credits may transfer and when you would like to begin classes.
Find out how your credits transfer to ASU
Create a seamless college journey to ASU with MyPath2ASU™, a self-service platform that includes course-by-course transfer maps and over 400+ transfer pathways to ASU. Fuel a personalized transfer experience and earn guaranteed general admission to ASU and the major of your choice.* MyPath2ASU™ saves you time, helps you select the right courses, minimizes loss of credit and enables successful degree completion.
*General university admission is guaranteed upon successful completion of the following conditions: 1. Completion of an associate degree from a regionally accredited higher education institution with a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA (Arizona residents) or 2.50 cumulative GPA (non-Arizona residents) or 2. Completion of 24 or more transferable semester credits post-high school with a minimum cumulative transfer GPA of 2.50 (“A” = 4.00) and verification of high school graduation or the equivalent.
Note: Some ASU colleges and schools have additional or higher requirements for admission into their majors. Students will also need to submit an ASU admission application, including an application fee and other required documents, such as official college/university transcripts. MyPath2ASU™ pathway programs include a minimum of 24 credit hours. Students with fewer than 24 credit transfer credit hours will need to meet the appropriate admission requirements.
Complete the online application
Take your first step toward transferring to ASU Online by completing the online application. The application takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. You will be required to submit a nonrefundable application fee.
- $70: ASU Online programs.
Don’t meet admission requirements?
You can still earn your way into ASU through the Earned Admission Track. To begin, submit an application to ASU. If Earned Admission is right for you, an enrollment counselor will reach out with more details.
Send your transcripts
Request to have your transcripts sent directly to ASU from each educational institution you attended. Official transcripts must be mailed directly to Admission Services by the records office of the issuing institution. Official transcripts delivered by hand will be accepted only if they are sealed in the original envelope provided by the community college or university and bear the university seal and the signature of the registrar of the issuing institution. Please have your previous academic institutions mail your official transcripts here:
If sending by stamped mail:
Admission Services Applicant Processing
Arizona State University
PO Box 871004
Tempe, AZ 85287
If sending by FedEx, DHL or UPS:
Arizona State University Admission Services Applicant Processing
1150 E. University Drive Building C, Room 226
Tempe, AZ 85281
*If you have completed an associate degree or higher, you will not need to send a high school transcript. If you have not completed an associate degree or higher, please ensure your official high school transcript provides proof of graduation, in addition to transcripts from all post-high school institutions you have previously attended or are currently attending.
File your FAFSA
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) can help you find federal student aid. Submit the FAFSA online. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
Depending on when you start classes, you may need to complete one or two FAFSAs. Explore this page to determine which FAFSA you need to complete.