Average SAT scores- over 500 Average ACT scores- 21-27 Average GPA of incoming freshman- 3.39 High school diploma is required, GED is accepted Entrance difficulty is moderate with 87% of applicants admitted
Complete the Undergraduate Admission Application. ASU prefers that you apply online. Submit the nonrefundable application fee Arizona residents - $50. Non-residents - $65. Have your ACT or SAT scores sent directly to ASU. ACT or SAT scores are required for merit scholarship consideration and for ASU course placement. Applicants must request transcripts from each educational institution attended. Official transcripts must be mailed or sent electronically directly to Undergraduate Admissions by the records office of the issuing institution(s). ASU does not accept transcripts sent or carried by hand by applicants themselves or transmitted by fax. High school transcripts must show GPA and date of graduation. ASU requires an English translation of all foreign-language transcripts.
Located in Tempe, AZ, a suburb of Phoenix, AZ Roughly 9.5 hours away from Montrose Hot, dry, arid climate 1965 acre campus with easy access to Phoenix
A suburb of Phoenix 10 miles away from downtown Phoenix 15-30 minute drive to Phoenix (depending on traffic)
ASU is home to roughly 68,000 students There are about 2500 faculty members so the student faculty ratio is about 27 to 1 49% of students are male, 51% are female
2-9 Students 10-19 Students 11% 5% 8%6% 20-29 Students 34%12% 30-39 Students 24% 40-49 Students 50-59 Students Over 100 Students
Percentage70 White6050 Asian/Pacific Islander403020 American Indian/Alaskan10 Native 0 Hispanic Black Total International
Aeronautical engineering Art Biochemistry Chemistry Bioengineering Economics Criminology Earth/Space Science Film Dance Liberal studies Communication Psychology Exercise/Wellness Social work Kinesiology Theater Journalism/Mass Communications Urban planning
Freshmen are required to live on campus There are coed dorms Room cost is roughly $7,164 per year Room and board cost is $11,436 per year Freshmen get on campus housing priority
Many apartment options are available in and around campus Students above freshmen are able to live off campus
Over 3,000 students involved in 50 chapters 5% of men join Fraternities 6% of women join Sororities
Mens Sports Womens Sports Baseball Basketball Basketball Cross Country Cross Country Golf Football Gymnastics Golf Soccer Swimming/Diving Softball Track & Field Swimming/Diving Wrestling Tennis Track & Field
Multiple intramural sports programs Lots of clubs and club sports for both men and women Sports programs are on the next slide
Intramural/Recreational sports: badminton, basketball, dodge ball, flag football, floor hockey, golf, racquetball, sand volleyball, soccer, softball, table tennis, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, Wiffle ball, wrestling Club sports for men: archery, baseball, cheer, crew, cycling and triathlon, fencing, field hockey, gymnastics, ice hockey, judo, karate, kayak, lacrosse, martial arts, racquetball, rugby, sailing, soccer, team handball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, water polo, water skiing Club sports for women: archery, cheer, crew, cycling and triathlon, dancing, drill team, equestrian, fencing, field hockey, kayak, lacrosse, martial arts, racquetball, rowing, rugby, sailing, soccer, softball, synchroni zed swimming, team handball, tennis, ultimate Frisbee, volleyball, water polo, water skiing
ASU offers hourly employment, student loans, work-study programs, grants, and scholarships 70% of students receive some sort of financial aid Link to ASU’s scholarship estimator- https://students.asu.edu/scholarships/esti mator
Available For Available For Type of Aid Undergraduate Students Available For Graduate Students International Students Available For Online Campus Students President Barack Obama Scholars ProgramA financial aid program created to help cover direct costs Yes No No No for new, incoming, Arizona freshmen. Does not require repayment. ScholarshipsGift assistance awarded on the basis of merit and/or need. Yes Yes Yes Yes Does not require repayment. Grants Yes Yes Gift assistance awarded to qualified students Yes (only Federal TEACH No (except Financial Aid demonstrating exceptional financial need. Does not Grant) Trust Grant) require repayment. Federal Work-Study Employment opportunities available for students with Yes Yes No No financial need. Does not require repayment. Hourly Employment Yes Employment opportunities available to all students who Yes Yes No (with eligible Visa) wish to work. Does not require repayment. Yes Student & Parent Loans (only private Federal and private loan funds available to help meet Yes Yes Yes education loans educational expenses. Loans require repayment. with a US co-signer)
Pay RateLevel Job Level Descriptions Min Max Duties are of a routine and simple nature. Requires direct I $7.65 $8.30 supervision with relatively specific instructions. Little or no training or experience is required. Duties are varied and less routine and involve a moderate degree of responsibility and judgment. May lead or coordinate activities of II $7.90 $9.30 other student employees. Requires previous knowledge or skill and/or equivalent experience or training. Duties are technical and complex and involve a high degree of responsibility and judgment. May supervise or direct activities of III $8.55 $11.30 other student employees. A significant amount of specialized training or experience is required. Duties are highly technical and/or complex and involve a significant degree of responsibility and judgment. This classification is limited IV $10.05 $16.30 to teaching/research assistants type work or those positions requiring highly specialized skills and/or technical knowledge.
You may not work during the hours you are scheduled to be in class. US citizens or eligible non-citizens may work a total of 40 hours per week. Graduate Assistants may work a total of 20 hours per week. International students with an F1 visa are allowed to work 20 hours per week during the academic year and up to 40 hours per week during vacation periods in the winter and spring. Full-time employment during the summer is allowed only for students who are registered full-time for the subsequent fall semester.
Sam Johnson was studyingto be a civil engineer whenone day he decided topaint. Johnsonremembers, “Just havingthe thought like ‘I’m goingto paint today and I don’treally know why.’ So I didsome paintings and theywere terrible at first, but Iliked doing them.” Johnsonlater used his paintingtalent and engineeringknowledge to form thecore of his honors thesis.
Direct Costs AZ Resident Non-Resident Tuition $9,208 $21,807 Fees $508 $508 Books/Supplies $1,290 $1,290 $7,164 $7,164 Room Program Fees $ 1,050 $ 1,050 $4,272 $4,272 Board Total Direct Costs $23,492 $36,091 Indirect Costs $1,050 $1,050 Transportation $2,006 $2,006 Personal Total Indirect Costs $3,056 $3,056 Total Estimated COA $26,548 $39,147 Link to ASU’s cost estimator-https://students.asu.edu/costs
Unique advantages offered Specific Honors seminar classes offered 275+ majors and concentrations offered
Average SAT score- 1340 Average ACT score-29 188 National Merit Finalists About 3,700 students
Asu’s Alumni Career Resources offers career coaching, seminars/wo rkshops, networking opportunities, and other valuable services.
University Drive and Mill Avenue, Tempe, AZ 85287 ASU’s Phone Number 480-965-9011 For Technology, Financial Aid and Human Resources Support call 1-855-278-5080
There are many opportunities available at Arizona State University,making it the perfect college to consider. Go Sun Devils!