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Transfer student

Enrolled at another college or university and considering transfer to ASU? Learn how and when to join Barrett.

Admissions overview

Barrett offers two enrollment options, Lower Division and Upper Division, for students currently attending other universities and colleges who are considering transferring to Arizona State University. Both opportunities integrate into any undergraduate degree program across ASU’s four metropolitan Phoenix campuses - Downtown, Polytechnic, Tempe and West.

Barrett Online

Transfer students considering ASU Online should review the admissions information for Barrett Online.

Enrollment options

Upper Division admission

To apply for Barrett Upper Division admission, both of the following criteria must be met:

When to apply

Barrett acceptance decisions are non-binding. Prospective students may apply only once to Barrett for any given semester (e.g. fall 2024).

Transfer students interested in fall 2024 Lower Division application should refer to the deadlines posted on the First-Year Student webpage.

All times below reflect Mountain Standard Time (MST).

Application overview

How to apply

Step 1

Mind the deadlines

Prospective students should be mindful of deadlines and work to ensure that a complete Barrett application is on file by the appropriate date. A Barrett application is complete when:

  • It has been submitted, not just saved.
  • Both required letters of recommendation have been received by Barrett.
  • The student has been admitted to an Arizona State University undergraduate degree program at the ASU Downtown, Polytechnic, Tempe or West campus.*

*Though a Barrett application may be started and even submitted before ASU admission is conferred, it cannot go to evaluation until university acceptance is formally awarded. Apply to ASU accordingly.

Students who submit an application in time for a particular deadline will receive a short grace period for missing letters of recommendation to be received and for ASU admission to be processed.  

Step 2

Apply to ASU

Students interested in Barrett must first apply to Arizona State University and then may begin the separate and free Barrett application.

Transfer students should apply to ASU at least 4 - 6 weeks before their preferred Barrett deadline.

ASU Application

When a student applies for ASU admission, an ASURITE ID is issued. Students must then activate their ASURITE ID, which includes identifying a password. The ASURITE ID and password are required to begin the free Barrett application.

ASURITE activation

Step 3

Submit your Barrett application

Prospective students may apply only once to Barrett for any given semester.

The Barrett application does not need to be completed in one sitting. A student may start, save their work, exit and then return at a later date to finish and submit the application ahead of the appropriate deadline. After starting the application, a student may re-access it via the “Apply now” button.

For the best application experience, use the most current version of your internet browser.

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Step 4

Track your Barrett application

After submission, candidates may monitor the status of their application through the Barrett Application Status area of their My ASU webpage. This includes checking the standing of their recommendation letters, sending reminder emails to their recommenders, and even replacing non-responsive letter writers. The Barrett decision letter also posts to this section. 

Step 5

Confirm your spot

Transfer students pay an ASU enrollment deposit before they may register for classes. If accepted to Barrett, the deposit also confirms their place in the honors college. There is no separate Barrett deposit. Transfer students who wish to decline their Barrett admission to enroll at ASU as a non-honors student should email barrettadmissions@asu.edu.

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