Summer Experiences Edition
Summer Enrollment Sets ASU Record
Students near and far are getting ahead with flexible, relevant remote courses this summer. Arizona State University is offering 5,500 summer courses that are immersive, digital classes taught remotely. Students can earn college credit toward their degree all from the comfort of their own home, while having access to all of ASU’s student support resources. ASU’s remote interactive summer classes are taught by our outstanding faculty through platforms such as Zoom and Canvas.
As part of ASU’s commitment to being a New American University where an excellent education is accessible to all those qualified to attend, ASU is offering incoming transfer students a $500 Summer 2020 Award to make summer classes as affordable as possible. For every three credits you take, you’ll earn $500 toward your tuition expenses.
ASU's session B starts July 1. Learn more at summer2020.asu.edu.
The for-credit courses are just part of ASU’s schedule this summer. ASU for You, the university's vast collection of online resources curated onto a single platform, also is available throughout the summer. That content, much of it free, is for all learners, from elementary school students to adults. It includes free online course materials for high school students from ASU Prep Digital; free self-paced modules in areas such as entrepreneurship, caregiving and sustainability; professional development courses created by ASU experts in topics including human resources and marketing; and many of ASU's summer youth programs, such as hip-hop theater and veterinary science, which have switched to online.
Schools (not) Out for Summer: Arizona State University
Transfer Pathway Guidance
Students can receive additional guidance in class selection and degree progress by creating a personalized course by course path to ASU. Within this tool, students are able to build their Transfer Map. By selecting an ASU major and a transfer institution, the transfer pathway tool will outline a list of courses that can be completed before transferring to ASU, and allow you the ability to track your academic progress.
Follow these seamless steps to enable seamless college journeys to ASU. Get started at the ASU Transfer Guide.
Transfer Updates and Information
ASU has made it easier to view updates regarding COVID-19 from various departments, including an admission FAQ page.
In addition, we have also launched virtual tools so students can continue to connect with ASU and the resources that they need. For example, Transfer Friday visits are now held via Zoom every Friday at 12:30 p.m. (Arizona time). These live sessions, hosted by ASU transfer admission representatives, include a Q&A and overviews of admission and enrollment processes, pathways and funding.
Here are some ways ASU's transfer coordinators and representatives are available:
- Virtual Transfer Friday webinars every Friday at 12:30 p.m. (Arizona time).
- 1:1 appointments with a transfer specialist
- Opportunities to speak to a current transfer student
- Out-of-state Transfer Student Admitted Day
Family Orientation - en Español: Schedule Live on Website!
In collaboration with New Student Orientation and Family Programs, Access ASU will be hosting two Spanish Family Orientations.
ASU’s New Student Orientation program and a Family Orientation program scheduled are now live online. Families can be routed here to learn more, prepare, and register for these sessions.
Thank you for all you do to assist students in transferring to ASU.
Arizona State University welcomes and values the diversity and life experiences of transfer students. We offer hundreds of degree programs and a comprehensive, responsive network of academic, financial and social opportunities designed for the success of all students. Transfer students come to ASU with a wide range of goals and aspirations. ASU provides the tools that allow each transfer student to explore pathways to and through the university, toward personal and professional fulfillment.