With four different campuses to choose from and over 300 programs, ASU offers an abundance of choices. By starting at MCC to get your associate’s degree and transferring to ASU to finish your bachelor’s degree, you can decrease the cost of college substantially.
Benefits of transferring to ASU:
Learn more about your transfer options!
The ASU transfer pathways make getting your bachelor’s degree easy and affordable. There are many different pathways to transfer to ASU depending on your desired major. To learn more about any of the program options, talk with the Transfer Admissions Specialist.
Interested in earning your bachelor’s degree, but nervous about the process? Good news! The pathway programs were forged to take guessing out of the picture. By completing your pathway program and keeping your GPA at, or above, a 2.5, you are well on your way to being admitted to ASU.
ASU will accept a maximum of 64 credits in which a grade of a C — or better was received. To transfer your credits, submit a request for your transcripts to be sent to ASU.
Keep in mind — not all courses at MCC will count towards your major at ASU, this is why it is important to check with a Transfer Specialist and the Course Equivalency Guide.
Some degree programs have additional requirements beyond the ASU admission requirements, such as SAT/ACT scores or a higher GPA.
By getting your associate’s degree at MCC and meeting admission deadlines, transfer students are automatically considered for the Transfer Achievement Award. Award amounts range from $1,000 to 4,000 and can be renewed for a total of 4 semesters by completing 24 ASU credit hours and maintaining a cumulative 2.5 GPA.
MCC holds transfer fairs every semester to help you get more acquainted with the transfer process and your options for transferring, but if you want to visit ASU to get a feel of one of its campuses- the best way is through either Sun Devil Days or Experience ASU. Tour the campus and talk with current ASU students to learn more about the Sun Devil Experience.
Interested in transferring to ASU? Have questions about which classes to take, admission requirements, or financial aid? Make an appointment with your Transfer Admissions Specialist, Katie Senzig! Katie is the liaison between ASU and MCC. She works for ASU, but is located at MCC — so she knows well what you will need to do to ensure your transfer is easy and successful.
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