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May I transfer the Regent's High Honors Endorsement scholarship I am receiving from NAU or the U of A to ASU.

Students who have not started their third semester at UA or NAU may submit a transfer request form to the ASU Scholarship Office.

The priority deadline for processing the Regents High Honors Endorsement (RHHE) Scholarship Transfer and Claim Request is 30 days prior to the start of the semester. Students are encouraged to submit their completed forms and all supporting documentation by the priority deadline in order to ensure your request is reviewed prior to disbursement. 

The Regents High Honors Endorsement (RHHE) Scholarship Transfer and Claim Request will be accepted by the ASU Scholarship Office until 5 p.m. (MST) of the business day that falls prior to the published first day of classes for the earliest session of the semester you plan to attend. Please refer to the ASU Academic Calendar (students.asu.edu/academic-calendar) for additional information. Incomplete forms will not be processed and will result in delays.  You will be responsible for any resulting late fees or charges posted to your student account.

This policy only applies to students who attended UA or NAU immediately after high school, are currently enrolled in their first or second semester at one of these universities ,and receiving their Regent's High Honors Endorsement Scholarship.  The complete list of eligibility requirements are found on the form. Requests should be submitted to the ASU Scholarship Office and include academic transcripts documenting the student is meeting the ASU renewal requirements (minimum cumulative 3.00 gpa and completion of a minimum of 15 credit hours/semester earned at their previous institution only). Please note: Once the student is at ASU, the student will need to maintain the renewal requirements at ASU, https://students.asu.edu/scholarships/renewal. If the request to transfer the award is approved, the value of the award is equal to the rate of ASU tuition in the student’s first year (immediately after high school) of eligibility.