Admission requirements header textThe Arizona Board of Regents outlines the undergraduate admission requirements for the Arizona University System, which are designed to ensure that students are adequately prepared to thrive in college. Review the following criteria and then visit your schools of interest to review any additional requirements for admission.
Standardized Testing (SAT/ACT)
While not required for admission to any of Arizona’s public universities, taking the standardized tests typically occurs through your high school during the spring of your junior year.
SAT/ACT scoresUA does not require either test for admission to the university, the honors college, or for merit scholarship eligibility, but may be submitted for course placement at orientation or to help fulfill core competency requirements. ASU school codes SAT: 4832 ACT: 0096
Common questions about university admission requirements
After submitting a university admission application and the FAFSA, there is no separate application needed for the Arizona Promise Program. Eligible students automatically receive funding through the program, ensuring the cost of in-state tuition, and mandatory and program fees are covered.
There is no specific age limit. The program is available for students who enroll at an Arizona public university in the semester immediately following graduation from an Arizona high school. Lorem ipusmLorem ipusm Lorem ipusm Lorem ipusm