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First year student checklist

 Complete your Fulton Schools Welcome

Enroll in and complete the Fulton Schools Welcome for Online students.

 Enroll in your starter kit course

Starter kits help new online students  prepare for success with ASU Online.

Choose the option that fits you:

 Prepare for registration

Visit My ASU to find your academic advisor, who will help you

  • Determine your first math class at ASU
  • Determine your first English class at ASU
  • Register for your first semester classes

When registering, please consider the following when choosing your ASU 101 course.

ASU 101
Required for first-year students (with 23 or fewer transferable credits)

Required for all Electrical Engineering students

Required for Information Technology, Human Systems Engineering and Technological Entrepreneurship & Management students

Required for Graphic Information Technology students

Required for Engineering Management and Software Engineering students​

Required for Mechanical Engineering students

 Plan for success

 Secure materials for classes

Refer to your class syllabus for more information.

  • Computer applications required for classes
  • Textbooks
  • Lab kits
  • Academic Planner

 The last steps

Once you’ve completed the checklists above, you should be ready to successfully start classes at ASU.

 Did you run out of time?

If you did not have enough time to complete these checklists prior to your anticipated start date, consider delaying your start until the next 7.5 week session.

In the meantime you will have access to advisors, success coaches, and resources on your MyASU account to help you get ready.

 Keep checking My ASU and your ASU email

Action items for new online students are always communicated via My ASU and your ASU email. Check often!

Have credits to transfer?

Visit the Transfer Credit Guide to see if you can transfer your credits. If a course is not listed, contact a transfer specialist to have your course credit evaluated.

Transferring your credits will help your academic advisor determine how the credits could apply towards your degree.