Enrolling in summer school allows new students to acclimate to college life at ASU and adjust to the rigor and pace of college courses before taking a full course load. Summer sessions also provide students with flexibility in their course loads during the fall and spring semesters.
Registration and Advising
All new fall undergraduate students who have been admitted as degree-seeking students can register for summer classes. Freshmen can receive assistance with course selection and with registration for summer classes during their advising session at Orientation. All new undergraduate students also may register for summer classes by logging in to My ASU.
Speak to your advisor about what classes are recommended for new students.
Financial aid is available for summer sessions. Students who attend summer sessions must submit additional documentation to be considered for aid. To be eligible for federal loans or work study, students must enroll in a minimum of six credits. Pell grants may be available to students enrolled in fewer than six credits. Read more about summer financial aid or contact the Office of Student Financial Assistance at 480-965-3355.
Residence Hall Accommodations
Summer housing will be available on all four ASU campus locations. Students interested in living on campus during the summer should contact the University Housing office at 480-965-3515 to apply for summer housing.