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An enrollment deposit of US $888.00 will confirm your intent to study in the Pathways program, and reserve your space in university housing. Once you have activated your MyASU account, you can log in to see your fees. Please follow the instructions on the attached document "How to Pay".
Your ASURITE ID, given to you after you applied to ASU-USA Pathways, is used to access ASU's online student services at MyASU. Your ASURITE must be activated online, along with your ASU email (email@example.com). This email is your official university address, to receive all important information about the Pathways program and ASU. Please reference this document for more information.
If you forget your password, click here.
If you do not have an ASURITE User ID and activation code, please call (480) 965-2437. If you need help with the activation process, contact the University Technology office (UTO) Help Desk at 1-855-278-5080.
Every new Pathways student must complete the ASU Math Placement Test before arriving. Please click here for instructions and screenshots to help you understand how to take the test. After you start the test, you have 2 hours to complete it. You cannot save your place and continue the test later. Make sure to allow 24 to 48 hours for your score to appear on MyASU.
Your Pathways advisor will review your placement test score and your Pathways track to determine the appropriate math course for you.
Once you are admitted to the ASU-USA Pathways Program, you will be eligible to apply for housing. You must submit an online housing application through ASU's "My Housing" portal.
If you have trouble accessing ASU's "My Housing" portal, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.
For more information about your new address in Arizona, how to travel from the airport to your new address, or for hotel information, please download our 2020 New Student Arrival document.
New Student Arrival document
ASU-USA Pathways students should be prepared to pay program tuition, housing and dining, insurance and other fees by the first day of classes.
Tuition charges will be billed to your student account and may be viewed online through My ASU. By registering for classes you agree to pay all applicable tuition and registration fees.
If you decide not to attend, you must completely withdraw from all classes before the semester begins.
For more information on how to pay, click here.
Students are responsible for reviewing their ASU email and MyASU accounts for billing statements and current information. Billing statements are not mailed to your home.
Free airport transportation from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport to ASU's West campus will be available. An ASU staff member will meet you and guide you to the shuttle.
Please email us your flight information along with your ASU ID number at email@example.com to secure your free shuttle. You will receive an email confirmation with your free shuttle information.
If you need to arrange and pay for your own transportation, there are many affordable options for transportation from the airport to the West campus.
All ASU-USA Pathways students must attend the ASU-USA Pathways Welcome Week.
In addition to check-in and registration, these events will help acquaint students with university resources, meet other international students, and learn how to get involved on campus.
All details will be provided when you check into on-campus housing.
Students have the option to obtain the Sun Card or the Pitchfork Card when they arrive at ASU. The Sun Card is an official ASU student photo ID that allows you to complete in-person transactions and gain access to library and other services. The Pitchfork Card is two cards in one — it is an ASU student ID card and a MasterCard® check card.
Read more to understand the main differences between the Sun Card and the Pitchfork Card.
Get your Sun Card or Pitchfork Card as soon as you arrive at ASU. It is also highly recommended that you obtain an Arizona state ID card. Or, if you want to drive in the U.S., you need to get an Arizona driver license (instead of an Arizona state ID card).
West Campus office location:
Welcome & Information Building
4701 W Thunderbird Rd.
Glendale, AZ 85306
Hours: 9am-2pm Monday-Friday