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Frequently Asked Questions - Fall 2012 Registration and Transcripts

The Measles vaccine (MMR) is the only required vaccination at ASU. Before a student can register, they are required to document that they've had two measles vaccinations (one of which must be dated after 1979), or a lab test showing proof of immunity to the measles (rubeola). The MMR vaccine is available for a fee at any of ASU's health services locations.

Students must submit the MMR Immunization Form (PDF) before they can register for classes. A student will see a MMR Immunization hold under "My Tasks" on My ASU until measles information is received and verified. Read additional information about MMR.

Your ASU ID or affiliate number can be found on your Sun Card listed as a 10-digit number, or you can login to My ASU and look under ID’s on the My Profile tab.

Holds are listed on your My ASU page under the My Tasks section. There are two types of holds: financial aid disbursement holds and registration holds. Click on the title of Hold to find out how to have the hold removed.

The schedule of classes can be found online. A link is also available in the My Classes box in My ASU.

Contact the department offering the desired course, and follow the instructions they provide. Overrides are given either online or on paper. Paper forms must be processed in person at any registration location.

Once registered for a course, it can take 24 hours for the course to appear. If the course still does not appear, contact the Help Desk at 480-965-6500. Be sure to verify you are registered for the course by checking your class schedule on My ASU.

Search for the course in the Schedule of Classes. The pre-requisites are listed in the Enrollment Information section of the Class Detail.

Contact any registration site on any campus. View locations and hours.

The Consent for Access to Educational Records or Proxy form is available online. Follow the instructions on the form and turn it in to any registration location. Read more about the privacy of your educational records.

Once the transcript is received, normal processing time is four to six weeks.

Official transcripts can be ordered online via My ASU, in person or through the mail. Read more detailed information about ordering official transcripts.

To register for the first time or make any changes to your existing registration you have the following options:

  • Log into My ASU and navigate to the My Classes box. Use the registration link and follow the three easy steps listed there. Registration is available 24 hours per day, excluding scheduled outages.
  • You may also visit any registration location to register in person.

See detailed instructions and check the academic calendar for important drop/add/withdrawal deadlines.

Provided that the student has been admitted to the university, college approval is required to register for classes after the Drop/Add deadline. Contact the college offering the desired course and follow the instructions given. For initial registration, contact the college of your major. Consult the academic calendar for important deadlines and view detailed instructions on dropping and adding classes.