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I am a #futuresundevil

Future students:
National College Decision Day is fast approaching. Here in Sun Devil nation, we like to call it Future Sun Devil Day. We want to celebrate your new Future Sun Devil status. Mark your calendars for May 1 and start planning your social media takeover.

Current ASU community:
Help ASU welcome the incoming class by wearing gold and posting words of wisdom and encouragement with #futuresundevil.

Last year the Future Sun Devil Bus Tour hit the road for two days, welcoming more than 500 Phoenix area high school students to the Sun Devil community.




Sun Devils from around the world

Sun Devils come from all 50 states, 136 countries and nearly two dozen Native American tribes. They come from different backgrounds and cultures, all with their own story to tell. So when you come to ASU, you have the ability to meet people from all over the world.

Hear current students Emily and Ben talk about their experiences with culture and diversity at ASU on ASU’s student podcast Inside ASU.

Listen to the podcast

And once you’ve been admitted to ASU, you can connect with incoming students near you in devil2devil, a private social network designed for admitted students now open on My ASU.


May 1 Future Sun Devil activities

On May 1 declare your Future Sun Devil status!

Fun stuff

join devil2devil
gear
future sun devil videos
hs graduation
hs graduation
smart phone backgrounds
tablet backgrounds
computer backgrounds
facebook and d2d cover/profile
parents
current sun devils and alumni
sparkify your room



instagram   Follow the latest #FutureSunDevil posts

Important Dates | more
Sep 25

Deadline to use Pell Book Deferments Online for Fall 2018 (session B)

If you are a Federal Pell Grant recipient who has all outstanding documents submitted and enrolled in fall 2018 session B, you may obtain your textbooks for the semester at the ASU Bookstore and have your book charges billed to your student account (online purchases only). If you plan to use this benefit, you must do so online by 6pm on this date. For more information, click here.

Sep 28

Deadline to use Pell Book Deferments in person for Fall 2018 (session B)

If you are a Federal Pell Grant recipient who has all outstanding documents submitted and enrolled in fall 2018 session B, you may obtain your textbooks for the semester at the ASU Bookstore and have your book charges billed to your student account (in-store purchases only). If you plan to use this benefit, you must do so in person at a Sun Devil Campus Store by this date. For more information, click here.

Oct 1

2019-2020 FAFSA Available

The 2019-2020 FAFSA can be submitted starting today. For more information please click here.

Oct 1

2019-2020 ASU Scholarship Portal Opens

The ASU Scholarship Application Portal collects your applications for several different scholarships, and saves your responses to common questions so that you don’t need to complete the information twice. There is no single application that you can complete; rather, you must choose which scholarships you wish to apply for and complete an application for each one. You can find a list of scholarships that have portal applications on our scholarship search.

Oct 11

Fall 2018 Consortium Agreement Submission Deadline

An ASU Consortium Agreement allows ASU degree-seeking students to receive certain financial aid awards based on their combined enrolled hours between ASU and another school during the same semester (i.e., enrolled at ASU and a community college during the same term). Please see the form for requirements, instructions and disbursement details.

Oct 11

Fall 2018 SAP Review Submission Deadline

Submit your Satisfactory Academic Progress Review form before this date in order to appeal any SAP violation for the fall 2018 semester. Appeals submitted after this date will be considered only for regaining eligibility for the next semester.