ASU Transfer Times October 2023
ASU's National Transfer Week: There’s still time to register, sessions begin Monday!
There’s still time to register! National Transfer Week at Arizona State University, a week-long series of events designed for ASU internal staff and faculty, is live and open for registration. Attend virtual sessions taking place Monday, October 16 through Friday, October 20, 2023, centered around the theme of workforce development. Explore topics including how to best assist future transfer Sun Devils via MyPath2ASU®, career readiness, transfer credit articulation, trends in transfer student enrollment, and more.
Join us to celebrate the diversity of the transfer student experience at this exciting professional development opportunity. Browse through and register for sessions to strengthen your knowledge and explore new ways to collaborate in support of transfer students with your fellow colleagues from across the nation!
College Connections: Psychology at Arizona State University
This month, College Connections will be taking place as a part of our National Transfer Week programming, and we are excited to bring you a special session on the many different ways to study psychology at ASU. With eleven undergraduate programs, multiple concentrations and three colleges and campus locations to choose from, students often ask for help in deciding which program will best fit their interests and career goals — are you prepared to provide the latest and most helpful information? Attend this session to learn more about the many program options offered, support for your students, and how MyPath2ASU transfer pathways guide students towards earning a psychology degree at ASU.
Supporting students on their transfer journey to ASU
Did you know that Arizona State University is now accepting applications for both the spring and fall 2024 semesters? As your students prepare for these next steps, it’s always a great reminder to check out all that ASU offers transfer students to assist them on their journey to ASU. Not only does ASU provide innovative transfer tools and services such as MyPath2ASU and our suite of transfer tools that simplify the transfer process, but we also combine affordable tuition with competitive financial aid packages, offer over 400-degree programs, have classes taught by world-class faculty, consistently maintain a reputation for excellence, and more. Plus, you’ll always find dedicated staff who are available to support your students throughout the transfer process.
We invite your students to learn more about the next steps in applying and to reach out to a transfer coordinator with any questions. And if your students haven’t signed up for MyPath2ASU — what are they waiting for? The sooner the better!
Community college partnership announcements
ASU Academic Alliances established one new Universal Articulation Agreement in September to deliver over 400 guided pathways into ASU on campus, online and ASU off-site programs.
We invite you to take a look at our latest community college partnership!
Academic Alliances is here to support your efforts with community colleges nationwide, and to answer any questions you may have about our community college partnerships.
Community colleges in the news
Arizona - Pima Community College obtains $3 million grant to help Hispanic students ... Read More
Maricopa - Bucking trends and paving the path for a skilled workforce at South Mountain Community College ... Read More
National - Community colleges can fuel America’s economic reinvention — if we let them ... Read More
Phoenix College student successfully navigates the transfer process with MyPath2ASU
Nicolette Rios, an ASU transfer student from Phoenix College, is on her way to completing her Bachelor of Science in accountancy online with the W. P. Carey School of Business in the fall of 2024 with the help of MyPath2ASU. Nicolette’s decision to pursue her education through ASU Online was motivated by the university's reputation and robust online programs. Her choice was also influenced by how easy the transition was using ASU's transfer program, MyPath2ASU, because of its role in providing clarity and support.
Drawing from her own experiences, Nicolette said, "I have seen what a transfer program looks like without a pathway, and it can be extremely stressful, wondering if your classes are going to be the right ones that you need. ASU did a great job partnering with Phoenix College in creating a program that allows you to keep track of everything you'll need to transfer. I was able to check off the list pretty easily and talk with an ASU advisor to ensure I was well-prepared to enter my major." Read more about Nicolette’s journey to ASU.
For more information, visit academicalliances.asu.edu.