• Arizona State University
    Important deadlines are approaching – Jan. 15
    All of us at Arizona State University hope you had a safe holiday and want to thank you for the work you do to help your students set goals, stay on track and achieve their college dreams.

    With January already a month away, important ASU deadlines are right around the corner. Last year, we decided to make it a little easier on everyone by having most of our important deadlines fall on the same day — Jan. 15.
    Here are the Jan. 15 deadlines you and your students need to know.
    Regular ASU application date
    Students can submit the online ASU admission application or apply to ASU via the Common Application.
    FAFSA priority date
    Submitting a complete, accurate FAFSA by Jan. 15 means your students will maximize the amount of financial aid they may receive in grants and other forms of gift aid.

    ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
    Barrett, The Honors College regular admission date
    Barrett, The Honors College is a selective honors experience for outstanding students that offers exclusive research, internship and study abroad opportunities. Students must apply to Barrett through a separate application to be admitted. Barrett applications may be submitted before an ASU admission decision is received.

    Students who submit the Barrett application on or before Jan. 15 will receive an admission decision by Feb. 28.
    National Scholars and College Board
    National Recognition Program Awardees

    Students who’ve been designated as National Scholars or College Board National Recognition Program Awardees must apply to ASU by the regular deadline of Jan. 15 in order to be eligible for their scholarship.
    Public Service Academy
    Students who join the Next Generation Service Corps at ASU are committed to more than academic achievement and career preparation. This program builds a culture of service in future leaders who will go on to tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges.

    The early action deadline is Jan. 15.
    ASU Future Law Scholars
    With ASU’s Future Law Scholars program, students don’t have to wait until they've earned a bachelor’s degree and gotten into law school to start earning a JD. Benefits of the ASU Future Law Scholars program include networking, a seminar series and mentorship from current law school students.
    Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Fellows
    For students who are ready to think big and make their mark at ASU, look no further than our Edson E+I Fellowship. Entrepreneurship and innovation are big parts of what ASU is all about. With this scholar program, students will have the opportunity to express their creativity and inner innovators.

    The early action deadline is Jan. 15.
    If you or your students have any questions about ASU’s Jan. 15 deadlines, please let us know.

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    NaTasha Henry
    Senior Associate Director of School Relations
    Admission Services
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    Brad Baertsch
    Senior Director, First-Year Domestic and International Recruitment
    Admission Services
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