Anticipated AP/IB/Dual Enrollment/College Credit
If you have or will be receiving college credit from Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, dual enrollment courses, or other colleges please list them here.
Math Placement Test
If you have not already done so, please be sure to complete the Math Placement Test at least 24 hours prior to your Orientation Date.
If you have completed your Math Placement Test, based on your test score and the math requirements on your Major Map, select your first semester math course.
What English Placement Test have you taken?
Please select all that apply (Note: The ACT, SAT or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) score will be used for placement into the appropriate English Composition course. If you did not take the ACT, SAT, or TOEFL, then the
Accuplacer exam must be taken for placement. Failure to provide this information prior to your orientation session will slow down your registration and enrollment process. Information on the Accuplacer can be found at: http://www.asu.edu/uts/e_accuplacer.htm )
For students who are taking the Bachelor of Art in Innovation in Society, you are required to take a foreign language. There are three options to fill this requirement: coursework, AP credit, or a proficiency exam. To take a foreign language course, you must first complete a placement test to ensure you take the best course for your knowledge. Below, please indicate how you think you will fill this requirement.
Second Language Placement Test – for Bachelor of Art students
if you plan to take coursework to fill your foreign language requirement, please visit: https://silc.asu.edu/student-life/academic-advising/placement-testing/placement-testing-undergraduates and take the placement test at least 24 hours prior to your Orientation date. Below, please indicate the language you plan to study and your placement score if you have taken the test.
General Studies Courses
List any General Studies (Social & Behavioral Sciences (SB); Humanities, Fine Arts & Design (HU); Natural Sciences (SQ/SG) in which you would like to enroll in your first semester. Note: To find a list of available options, please log into your MyASU and visit the Class Search. Once there, you can filter general studies options by clicking on “Advanced Search” and then selecting an option under “General Studies”.
My Future Plans
What are you hoping to do after college? This information will help your advisor suggest possible courses based on any career goals you share.
What are your obligations outside of class?
We are not asking for scheduling preferences. Please note any times where you have extracurricular obligations such as work, ROTC, marching band, athletics, or Barrett Honor’s College that may conflict with class scheduling. If there are none, please indicate that.
For Further Questions
Please list questions below so that an advisor can assist you. As a reminder, we cannot answer questions related to scholarships, financial aid, or housing so if you have any questions regarding those areas, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we would be happy to connect you with the appropriate resource.
Agree to Terms
I understand that by submitting this course selection worksheet, my academic advisor will enroll me in a partial schedule of 6-11 credit hours. I will then complete my schedule at New Student Orientation. I understand that I will incur financial charges for tuition and fees. It is my responsibility to drop my courses and cancel my admission if I am unable to attend Arizona State University in the upcoming semester.