Please note, any document ASU receives becomes property of the university and will not be returned to you. Students should submit their diploma to show completion of high school, but will also need to submit additional high school transcripts or SAT or ACT scores to satisfy course competency and aptitude requirements for admission. All international transcripts must be submitted in the original language accompanied by an official English translation. Official transcripts are original academic credentials issued by the registrar of the institution attended, bearing the original raised or colored seal of the institution and the signature of your institution's registrar, academic official or recognized international organization. ASU accepts the Common Application, the Coalition Application and our own online application  for incoming first-year students. Students who do not meet the admission standards will be evaluated through individual review and may experience a longer wait time for an admission decision. Deficiencies cannot be in both math and laboratory science. International students must submit proof of English proficiency. Most competencies may also be met by test scores or college courses. If you are an international student, see the international graduate admission steps and requirements. Most departments typically ask for three letters of recommendation. Official transcripts must be sent directly to ASU Admission Services from the issuing institution's records office either by mail or through a secured electronic transcript service. You must have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally accredited institution    in the U.S. or the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree from an international institution that is officially recognized by that country. You can find the program you are interested in through Degree Search. ASU does not have a preference for which application you use to apply. Secure your spot for fall 2020 by paying the enrollment deposit. Nov. 1 is ASU’s priority admission date, and Feb. 1 is ASU’s regular admission date. ASU accepts unofficial transcripts as part of the application. Now is the perfect time to imagine what your future will look like, and ASU is here to help you get there. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to award grants, loans, Federal Work-Study and certain scholarships. Follow the steps below to apply to become a first-year student at ASU. Admission Services Applicant Processing Arizona State University PO Box 871004 Tempe, AZ 85287-1004. There is no form, paper or code to submit for an application fee waiver. (Freshman applicants only. You can easily fill out the application and then include additional information to accurately demonstrate your accomplishments. Alternatively, enrollment and successful completion of 24 semester credits with a 2.75 minimum GPA through Earned Admission, or completion of 24 or more college credits from a regionally accredited college or university with a minimum of 2.50 cumulative GPA on a 4.00 scale may be used to satisfy requirements for admission. Please enlarge the image if you fax the copy to 480-965-5158. In addition to the application, you will need to submit the nonrefundable application fee, as well as self-report your high school grades or have your high school transcripts sent to ASU. If you applied for admission through the Common Application or Coalition Application, pay the application fee through those applications. Your personal statement is your chance to share your goals, the reasons why you are interested in the program and how your background aligns with the program. Students may also meet admission requirements by meeting one of the following: TASC (Test Assessing Secondary Completion): California High School Proficiency Examination and other high school equivalency diplomas are recognized as high school diplomas, but do not satisfy course competency and aptitude requirements needed for admission. Learn more about ASU's Explore Graduate School Seminars and test preparation programs. These may include a statement of purpose or writing sample, portfolio, vita or biographical sketch or resume, etc. Please refer to the program descriptions found on Degree Search for deadline information. See how you can start earning scholarship money, find the perfect degree program and campus, and more — all while you’re in high school. Arizona State University PO Box 871004 Tempe, AZ 85287-1004. Application deadlines are set and enforced by academic program offices. Photocopies and notarized transcripts are not acceptable. To discuss deadlines and exceptions, you should contact the academic program office offering the program. 3 years lab sciences (1 year each from biology, chemistry, earth science, integrated sciences or physics), 2 years social sciences (including 1 year American history), 1 year fine arts or 1 year career and technical education, 3.00 GPA in competency courses (4.00 = "A"), 50 or above for tests taken between 1998-2001, 500 or above for tests taken between 2002-2013, Minimum score of 500 on each of the five content areas. The Office of Admissions has an undergraduate application fee waiver program available to individuals who qualify under one of the following conditions. When you complete your application for admission, you will be asked to submit your payment for the application. If you do not meet the minimum GPA requirements, your application may still be considered by the department.