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The first year in college for a student can be an overwhelming experience, for a student and for a parent.
The information on this page is designed to be a resource to parents in helping your student through the transition to college life. Information on this page will be updated throughout the semester and may include deadlines, student life tips, or important topics.
Together we can empower your son or daughter to achieve academic success at ASU!
Students are encouraged to get involved on campus and in the community by participating in a club, group, or student organization. Students have the opportunity to meet new people, gain leadership experience, and participate in community service.
ASU freshmen are registered in classes in the first semester in a class block. Students in a class block share the same three classes with the same students. The class block develops a sense of community among students and helps build student-faculty connections. The rest of the student's schedule includes general education requirements such as math, English, humanities, social sciences or perhaps a foreign language.
There are deadlines to register or drop/add classes for each semester.
Students should not change fall schedule classes without speaking to an academic advisor, especially a freshman student with a fall block schedule. Financial aid and scholarships can be impacted by schedule changes. Students can use the MyASU page to schedule an advising appointment with an advisor to discuss schedule changes.
All important deadlines for each semester and each session of classes are on the ASU academic calendar.
Deadlines may be different for sessions A, B, and C.
Consult with Financial Aid and Scholarship Services to determine any impact of schedule changes.