Undergraduate admission requirements
Questions regarding applying to ASU and pending applications should be directed to undergraduate admissions . The School will be notified of applicants who have been admitted to ASU and who have selected sustainability as a major.
To determine when you should apply, please visit these links for application timelines based on your student status:
- Timeline for freshman students
- Timeline for transfer students
- Timeline for students seeking readmission to ASU
- Timeline for international students
Tuition and fees schedules
Obtain information on current tuition and fees by visiting ASU’s tuition website .
Obtain information on financial aid by visiting our financial aid section.
Learn about advising for School of Sustainability undergraduate students by visiting our advising section.
Undergraduate application requirements
The School of Sustainability has higher admission requirements. Applicants must select a second choice for their major on the application. Students who are not admitted to the School of Sustainability and who did not select a second major or are not admissible to the second major choice will be admitted to the exploratory social and behavioral sciences program within University College. Students with more than 45 transfer hours who are not admissible to University College will be contacted to select an appropriate major.
Freshman applicants must meet one of the following standards:
- Have a minimum high school ABOR GPA of 3.00; OR
- A high school class rank in the top 25 percent of class; OR
- An SAT combined score of 1120 or higher (1040 if taken prior to March 2016); OR
- An ACT combined score of 22 or higher.
Transfer students (with 12 or more transfer hours after high school graduation) are required to have a cumulative transfer GPA of 3.00 or higher.
ASU students who would like to change their major to sustainability are required to have a cumulative ASU GPA of 3.00 or higher (based on at least 12 credit hours).