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Our Recruitment Team in The Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions is here to help provide admissions guidance and support to prospective students. We can schedule appointments via Skype, at your community college, in our office, phone calls, campus tours... whatever you need, we are here to help.
Please call us at (602) 496-7827 or email us at email@example.com. Click here to schedule a phone appointment or an in-person appointment at ASU's Downtown Phoenix Campus directly with an admissions recruiter.
The transfer process was seamless.
I have utilized many services this semester such as counseling, tutor center ( student success center) the library as well as a shoe and sock drive for the downtown homeless with a fellow social work student and attended transfer orientation. All of the above services were offered to me free as a student. It is my belief that the more that you put into your education the more that you will get out of it. Being engaged at ASU is easy and enhances the experience.
— Ruth Jolly, Social Work
Why choose the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions?
The application process can be a little different for transfer students than for incoming freshmen. For more detailed information, please visit the Transfer Admissions Requirements page for requirements and important dates.
ASU offers tools and resources to help you make the most of your earned credits. To learn more about how your credits transfer to ASU, view the Transfer Credit Guide.
Maricopa Community Colleges
The Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program, or MAPP, helps you plan and complete prescribed course work designed to help students transition smoothly to ASU to earn their bachelor's degree. Benefits of the Maricopa to ASU Pathways Program include:
Transfer from an Arizona Community College
Pathway programs outside Arizona
Learn more about guaranteed programs for admission from community colleges in California, Illinois and Washington, as well as programs for international students and general transfer.