What you'll need to apply

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What you'll need to apply Arizona State University Northern Arizona University University of Arizona
1. Completed application Apply through the ASU Application or the Common Application. Apply through the Lumberjack Application. Apply through the Wildcat Application.
2. Transcripts

All three public universities accept self-reported or unofficial transcripts, meaning you can enter your grades in your high school courses directly into the application.

Official transcripts from your high school or previous college or university must be sent to the school you will enroll in after the admission decision and before you enroll for classes.

3. ACT or SAT scores Optional, not required for admission
ASU ACT/SAT school codes
ACT: 0088
SAT: 4007
Optional, not required for admission
NAU ACT/SAT school codes
ACT: 0086
SAT: 4006
Optional, not required for admission
Arizona ACT/SAT school codes
ACT: 0096
SAT: 4832
4. Application fee $50 (Arizona residents) $40 $50 (Arizona residents)

What you’ll need to apply

 

  1. Completed application

    Arizona State University:
    Apply through the ASU Application or the Common Application.

    Northern Arizona University
    Apply through the Lumberjack Application.

    University of Arizona
    Apply through the Wildcat Application.

  2. Transcripts

    All three public universities accept self-reported or unofficial transcripts, meaning that you can enter your grades in your high school courses directly into the application. 

    Official transcripts from your high school or previous college or university must be sent to the school you will enroll in after the admission decision and before you enroll for classes.

  3. ACT or SAT scores

    Arizona State University:
    Optional, not required for admission

    ASU ACT/SAT school codes

    ACT: 0088
    SAT: 4007

    Northern Arizona University:
    Optional, not required for admission

    NAU ACT/SAT school codes
    ACT code: 0086
    SAT: 4006

    University of Arizona:
    Optional, not required for admission

    UArizona ACT/SAT school codes
    ACT code: 0096
    SAT: 4832

  4. Application fee

    Arizona State University:
    $50 (Arizona residents)

    Northern Arizona University:
    $40

    University of Arizona:
    $50 (Arizona residents)


  5. Major credit cards and eChecks accepted. In some circumstances application fee waivers are available. Questions in the application process will determine your eligibility for an application fee waiver.

Review the eligibility requirements for educational benefits through the VA here. Once you have determined you are ready, start your VA benefit forms early as it can take one to two months for the paperwork to process.

If you have questions about admissions, you can contact the admissions departments at each university using the following contact information.

Arizona State University

First-year student's guide to applying

Northern Arizona University

First-year student's guide to applying

University of Arizona

First-year student's guide to applying

Other types of applications

You may need to take additional steps to apply for scholarships and if you plan to apply for an honors college experience. Such requirements could include letters of recommendation and personal statements (essays). Visit the following links to explore scholarships available to you and to understand what you’ll need to apply for ASU, NAU and Arizona’s Honors Colleges.

Scholarship applications

What you'll need to apply for federal financial aid via FAFSA

Applying for federal financial aid via FAFSA is a separate process than applying for admission. You will need the following information to complete a FAFSA application.

  • Your Social Security number or Alien Registration number (if you are not a U.S. citizen).
  • A FSA ID to sign electronically (you’ll get one assigned to you when you start your application).

If you are a dependent, talk to your parents/guardians about getting access to the following:

  • Your (or your parents’) federal income tax returns, W-2s, and other records of money earned. 
  • Your (or your parents’) bank statements and records of investments (if applicable).
  • Your (or your parents)’ records of untaxed income (if applicable).
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