- 82Acceptance Rate
- 27530Average Cost
- 87Employment Rate
Recognized by U.S. News & World Report as the country’s most innovative school, Arizona State University is where students and faculty work with NASA to develop, advance and lead innovations in space exploration.
This is where Nobel laureates and Pulitzer Prize winners teach master learners. This is where nationally ranked and internationally ranked programs prepare next-generation innovators to thrive while advancing pioneering research, strategic partnerships, entrepreneurship and economic development.
ASU’s nationally ranked programs inspire the top-qualified graduates and have positioned the university as a “top-tier” recruiting and hiring institution by more than 50 of the country’s top corporations, according to professional recruiters and rankings services around the world.
To become ASU's student you should:
- Complete the undergraduate application for admission
- Submit the nonrefundable application fee
- Request your official transcript and examination results be sent directly from your school(s) or exam board to Admission Services
- Provide evidence of English language proficiency
- Submit your ACT or SAT scores
- Submit your student visa application
Duolingo English test (accepted Feb. 3 – July 31, 2020 for students affected by center closures)
General requirement programs: minimum score of 95. Bachelor of Science in Nursing: minimum score of 100. A Fulton Schools of Engineering: minimum score of 105. Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication: minimum score of 120.
Although international students do not qualify for federal and state financial aid (unless you are an eligible noncitizen), there are still options to help fund your ASU education. ASU’s New American University merit-based scholarship is awarded to a limited number of qualified international undergraduate students who demonstrate high academic achievement.