Transfer Times

ASU Transfer Times March 2022

Join Academic Alliances for our next spring training!

Spring training

It’s that time of year to join your favorite team — the Academic Alliances team — for spring training with our national partners! This is a great opportunity for you and your fellow faculty and staff members to get an overview of our community college partnerships, step-by-step guidance on using MyPath2ASU™, and updates related to transfer and ASU. Your spring training webinar will be taking place on Friday, April 15 at 9 a.m. Whether you’ve gone through a training before and would like a refresher, or are completely new to the world of MyPath2ASU™, we look forward to seeing you there!

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Advisor fall enrollment cheat sheet

Arizona State University has created the perfect fall enrollment cheat sheet for assisting transfer students and the faculty and staff that support them. The compilation of valuable transfer information is located in a handy one-page resource guide. Check out the resources available for transfer admissions, the more than 400 degree programs offered, ASU’s transfer guide, and more. We invite you to share this information with staff and students to get the latest on transferring to ASU. Applications for fall 2022 are currently being accepted.

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Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College spotlight

As students prepare to transfer to a university and complete their undergraduate degree, we know they have much to consider, including program costs, degree selection, course modality and more. ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College makes those decisions easier with highly personalized support for future educators. Students who transfer to MLFTC: 

Interested in learning more about financial aid options for future educators? Explore these scholarships:

Learn more about Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at

Questions? Contact our enrollment team at or 480-965-9995.

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Student spotlight: Nguyen Khoi (Korey) Phung, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences


Moving to the United States after graduating from high school, Korey took some time off to prepare for his next steps. After researching his options, he decided that community college was a more affordable option then going straight to a university. “Attending a community college gave me a pre-university experience with less stress and a smaller classroom size as well.” Having settled in Yuma, Korey then decided to begin his educational journey at Arizona Western College.

Korey successfully completed his associate degree prior to transferring to ASU, where he is now studying Psychology in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. He is also working for Academic Alliances as a transfer student ambassador, educating prospective transfer students all about the benefits of ASU’s pathway program, MyPath2ASU™.

We invite you to read all about Corey's journey to ASU!


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