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Next steps for admitted students

Freshman and Transfer Students

Please review your next steps toward enrollment and take action on outstanding items. 

International Admits: Students from other countries (F-1 status) should read and complete next steps for securing a visa.

1. Activate your ASURITE UserID and ASU Email

1. Activate your ASURITE UserID and ASU Email

Your ASURITE UserID grants you online access to university processes and services at My ASU, including the ability to check your application status.. Please see your admission letter for details if you have not activated your ASURITE UserID. 

While activating your UserID, set up your ASU email account. This email is the official address to which the university sends messages about programs and opportunities.

Need help? If you haven't activated your ASURITE UserID, you can find your activation code in an email from computer.accounts@asu.edu with the subject line “ASU Account Activation.” If you need assistance, call 1-855-278-5080 or 480-965-6500.) 

 

2. Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

2. Apply for Financial Aid and Scholarships

Don’t forget to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (fasfa.ed.gov). The FAFSA is available Jan. 1, and ASU’s priority filing date is March 1. Eligible students who apply by this date have a greater chance of receiving need-based aid. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
students.asu.edu/financialaid

Search and apply for private and departmental scholarships through ASU’s scholarship website.
students.asu.edu/scholarships

3. Confirm your attendance

3. Confirm your attendance

All newly admitted ASU at Lake Havasu freshmen pay a $300 enrollment deposit to assure their spot in the incoming freshmen class. The deposit is paid online at my.asu.edu.

4. Submit MMR Immunization Verification Form

4. Submit MMR Immunization Verification Form

New students must submit a measles (rubeola)/mumps/rubella (MMR) immunization form before you can register for classes. You can fax, email or mail your records to ASU's Health Services.

5. Apply for Housing

5. Apply for Housing

Lake Havasu Hall opened on-campus in Fall of 2015. Featuring single- and double-occupancy rooms with Wi-Fi, cable and laundry facilities, students are just steps away from campus resources, classrooms and professors. 

Living on campus is critical to a successful transition to university life and first-year academic success. It provides access to resources and services to prepare you for the rigors of your academic major and success in your chosen discipline.

ASU expects first-time freshmen to live on campus and guarantees housing to them. Students who intend to live elsewhere during their first year should notify University Housing, so we can connect you to valuable resources and support for your first year.  

Transfer students are highly encouraged to live on campus to connect with your college community and enjoy opportunities to meet others, get involved and develop leadership skills.

Steps to apply for housing

1. Visit the My Housing Portal, start the application, complete the signing license agreement, the roommate profile and create a roommate group. 
2. You will receive an email to select a specific room and bed space.

6. Course Registration and Math Placement Exam

6. Course Registration and Math Placement Exam

Please contact Student Services at 928-854-9745 or HavasuAdvising@asu.edu to schedule a phone or in-person advising and registration appointment. Appointments are offered Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

You will need to have the following information ready for your registration appointment:

  • your math placement score
  • college credits already earned, if any
  • attendance status (full time or part time)
  • your ACT or SAT score

7. Obtain a Laptop Computer

7. Obtain a Laptop Computer

In order to access our learning management system, take notes, do research, complete assignments and take exams, each Lake Havasu student should have his or her own computer.

We strongly recommend that your computer meet minimum requirements in order to receive technical support from ASU staff.

PC Minimum RequirementsMacintosh Minimum Requirements
  • no more than three years old
  • operating system: Windows 7 or 8
  • Microsoft Office 2010 or later (labs & classrooms use Microsoft Office 2013)
  • Broadband wireless internet capability (802.11 b/g/n) and internet browser(s):
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 or later
  • Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or later
  • Adobe® Reader® 9.0 or later
  • Adobe Flash® plug-in 10.0 or later
  • no more than three years old
  • operating system: MAC OS 10.4 or later
  • Office 2008 (MAC) or later
  • Broadband wireless internet capability (802.11 b/g/n) and internet browser(s):
  • Apple Safari 5.0 or later
  • Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or later
  • Adobe® Reader® 9.0 or later
  • Adobe Flash® plug-in 10.0 or later

You will have access to technical support once you arrive on campus.

8. Buy Your Books

8. Buy Your Books

You will need to purchase your textbooks through a commercial website prior to your arrival at ASU at Lake Havasu. A textbook list will be posted online prior to the start of the semester.

9. Attend Orientation

9. Attend Orientation

New student orientation will be held Aug. 12 - 15, 2017. If you are living in the Havasu Residence Hall move in will begin on Saturday, Aug. 12. Classes begin on Thursday, Aug. 17. 

At orientation you’ll learn important information to make a successful transition to ASU. You will:

  • meet with faculty and learn about academic expectations
  • meet with current students and new classmates
  • explore ways to get involved
  • learn about the services and resources

See full orientation schedule here

10. Check Your Accounts via MyASU

10. Check Your Accounts via MyASU

Tuition charges will be billed to your student account and may be viewed online through My ASU, typically in early July. Once you are registered for classes you agree to pay all applicable tuition and fees. If you decide not to attend, you must completely withdraw from all classes before the semester begins. If tuition is not paid by the applicable due date, or financial aid is not awarded and accepted by the due date, you will automatically be enrolled in the tuition installment plan and charged a nonrefundable enrollment fee.

Access online billing at My ASU (under the finances tab). Students are responsible for reviewing their ASU email account for notification of billing statements and reviewing their student account on My ASU for current information. Billing statements are not mailed.