Here are the typical important dates for fall admission:
July 1 _ Application for admission is available
The freshman application for fall is available.
Nov. 1 _ VIP admission date
Complete your application for admission by this date (including official high school transcripts and application fee*) to receive these select benefits: expedited admission and scholarship decisions, priority access to ASU New Student Orientation and housing registration, and exclusive event invites and campus visit offers.
*If you self-report your grades, you do not need to submit an official transcript to receive your admission decision. An official final transcript will be required before you enroll in classes.
Oct. 1 _ Submit your FAFSA
Starting Oct. 1, you can file your FAFSA with ASU (Federal School Code 001081) to find out what financial aid you might be eligible for. Students may submit the FAFSA to ASU prior to applying and admission to the university; however, only students admitted into ASU degree-seeking programs will be reviewed for and offered financial aid.
Jan. 1 _ FAFSA priority date
File your FAFSA to ASU by this date to maximize the amount of financial aid you could qualify for. Eligible students who apply by this date have a greater chance of receiving need-based aid. We encourage you to submit your FAFSA even if the priority filing date has passed.
Feb. 1 _ Priority admission date
Complete your application for admission by this date to ensure you're considered for the maximum amount of scholarship opportunities. Late applicants will be considered for university admission and financial aid, but ASU programs with higher admission standards will give priority consideration to applications submitted by this date.
May 1 _ Enrollment deposit date
Submit your enrollment deposit to ASU to become an official Sun Devil and secure your spot in our fall incoming class. After you submit your enrollment deposit, you can register for your orientation date and submit your campus housing preferences.