ASU Online gives students flexibility
Some students find the typical on-campus college learning environment doesn’t work for them because of work and family obligations, transportation issues or mobility challenges. That’s why there is ASU Online. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree in any of more than 25 disciplines, and out-of-state students pay the in-state tuition rate. ASU Online offers the same courses taught by the same professors who are located on the ASU campuses. The only difference is students can do their work when it makes sense for them; evenings, weekends — even the middle of the night. Learn about the ASU Online application process.
New Education Opportunities for Transfer Students
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College at Arizona State University continues to prepare excellent teachers with strong undergraduate teacher credential programs that transfer students can complete in as little as two years.
- The early childhood and early childhood special education program offered only at ASU’s Tempe campus is a new dual-certification program that features award-winning faculty and expanded research opportunities. In addition, our students can gain experience while working at an accredited preschool. Read more about this program.
- The special education/elementary education dual-certification program is now available at the Tempe, Polytechnic and West campuses, providing students the opportunity to select the campus environment that is the best fit for them.
- Launched in fall 2012, educational studies is a non-certification program designed to prepare students to work with children and youth with career opportunities in community education programs, nonprofit leadership, and training and development.
Beginning fall 2013:
- An Arizona environmental education certificate is available to educational studies students exclusively at the Polytechnic campus. Students completing a series of courses can apply for a state certificate preparing them for positions in national and state parks, and environmental agencies.
- An Arizona gifted provisional endorsement offered within the elementary education program is available exclusively at the West campus. The gifted classes and selected internships are taken at ASU’s Gary K. Herberger Young Scholars Academy at the West campus. Read more about this program.
ASU Introduces New Locations
ASU will open a new location in Lake Havasu City, Ariz., in August. ASU programs at Lake Havasu City focus on instruction for high-demand undergraduate degrees with lower tuition than at Arizona's research universities. ASU Colleges at Lake Havasu City is now taking applications for admission for degrees in communication, life sciences, general studies and psychology. View more information.
Marine Corps Scholarship
A scholarship is available to students who come from Marine families. The Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation offers scholarships to applicants who are the child of one of the following:
- Active duty, reserve or veteran U.S. Marine.
- U.S. Marine who served at least 90 days and has received an Honorable Discharge, Medical Discharge or was killed while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps.
- Active duty or reserve U.S. Navy Corpsman who is currently attached to a Marine unit or was attached to a Marine unit.
- U.S. Navy Corpsman who was attached to a Marine unit and has received an Honorable Discharge, Medical Discharge or was killed while serving in the U.S. Navy.
ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY - IMPORTANT TRANSFER LINKS
Consider ASU as a growing opportunity for students from California.
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program: https://students.asu.edu/admission/wue
Veterans Resources: https://students.asu.edu/military
ASU Rankings: http://asu.edu/excellence/recognition.html
Transfer Website: http://transfer.asu.edu/home (clicking on CA will take you directly to the page with information on IGETC/ CSU GE and lower-division course articulations specific to Saddleback).