My ASU is the student portal that Arizona State University students use to access various university resources. It is a one-stop shop that provides you with everything you may possibly want as an upcoming Sun Devil. Read More
You will discover the next steps and to-do items that need to be completed for enrollment, as well as information on your finances and accounts, registration holds that require your attention, ASU email, software, and other university announcements. Learn More.
In addition, you will find direct access to the ASU academic calendar, libraries, career services, tutoring, and technology assistance.
Instructions on how to log in to my ASU account
In order to log in to your myasu account,
Navigate to my.asu.edu.
Please enter your user ID for Asurite.
Type in your password to continue.
To access your account, select the “Sign In” option from the menu.
My ASU login page.
My ASU login page.
Please find below an informative video walkthrough of the My ASU site.
MyASU is a resource for international students.
How can I get my ASU account activated?
Before you may use your Arizona State University (ASU) account, you will first need to activate it as you are a new student at Arizona State University (Sun Devil).
You will need your ASURITE UserID as well as the activation code in order to access My ASU. You should have received an email with the subject line “ASU Account Activation” from email@example.com in order to locate your code.
This email will be sent to the address that you provided to ASU as part of your application. Your acceptance letter from Arizona State University will also include the code.
After logging into your ASU account, you will be presented with the following helpful sections:
You may examine and take action on your financial aid awards, enrol in direct deposit, and give My ASU Parent Guest Access by going to the Finances tab on the My ASU portal.
Be sure to check your Arizona State University email frequently for vital updates and the next actions to take regarding enrolling in classes and getting financial assistance.
My Current Application Standing: You may look at or modify your major, as well as your residence status. Check to see whether Arizona State University has your most current ACT or SAT score.
Test Scores: Click on the link provided to view your ACT, SAT, Advanced Placement, and math placement scores.
Your residence status is evaluated when you are admitted, and the results are provided to you at that time. Get in touch with a member of your personal admissions team so that you may verify your residence.
The Courses I Take: When you have finished the third phase of the New Student Experience, you will be able to view your semester schedule, the books that are necessary, and your grades.
Connect with other students at the University of Arizona to find new friends, become involved in communities, and get answers to concerns regarding your first year.
Maintaining awareness of major academic dates, such as those pertaining to class enrollment, summer sessions, and academic holidays, is a requirement of the ASU Academic Calendar.
Access the most recent information and announcements on anything and everything related to ASU here.
Personal information, such as your mailing address, phone number, and email address, should be kept up to date on your profile.
Check the box labelled “Priority Tasks” to see what the next steps are in the registration process for you, as well as any action items related to financial assistance.
Make sure that you are on the right path toward graduation by consulting your major map and using this section to do so.
In order to enrol in classes, you will need to get the contact information for your advisor and set up an appointment with them.
Find the latest information from your college as well as news and activities from other parts of the university by visiting My College.
My ASU is the one website that you will almost certainly visit on a daily basis during your time at Arizona State University. Your homepage is the place where you may view a variety of information, including your class schedule and grades, notifications from your to-do list, student announcements, all of your financial information, and a great deal more.
Hear Molly and Ben discuss My ASU in detail, including all of its ins and outs.
How can I register for classes using my ASUF username and password?
The following instructions should be followed in order to register for classes via My ASU:
To begin, please sign into my ASU account.
In the box labelled “My Classes,” select the tab corresponding to the semester for which you would want to add a class.
To access the available choices, open the drop-down menu by selecting the Registration link.
Choose “Add to Shopping Cart” from the list’s drop-down menu. You may also search for a class by clicking on the link that says “Class Search.”
You can search for a class by clicking the button labelled “class search” that is located in the left navigation pane. Alternatively, you can just input the class number on this Add Class by Class Number page and then click the green Next button to move on.
After making your selections from the available preferences, proceed to the shopping basket page and click the green “Add to Cart” button to include the class in your order. There will be a variety of class options. You have the option of selecting an associated class on this page. An associated class may be a lab, recitation, studio, or anything else. There are several courses that do not have any possibilities.
To make an attempt at enrollment, click the green “Enroll” button located in your purchasing basket. You also have the option of adding more classes to the shopping basket by utilising the Class Search page or the page labelled “Add Class by Class Number.” By selecting the option labelled “Change Settings,” you will be able to make changes to previously selected preferences.
Click the “Yes” box to confirm that you want to sign up for the course.
Examine the end outcome. To see your full schedule, use the “View My Classes” option located in the left navigation pane of the screen.
How to switch between classes
To change the time of a class in your schedule using MyASU, follow these steps:
Choose the tab for the semester for which you would like to exchange a class in the My Classes box located on your myasu dashboard.
Simply selecting “Swap” from the drop-down menu that appears after clicking the Registration link will begin the trading process.
Choose the class on your calendar that you want to switch out of, then either input the class number or search for the class that you want to add.
To finish the transaction, you will need to click the green Next button and then follow the on-screen instructions.
The advantage of engaging in a swap is that, in the event that the transaction is unsuccessful, you will not lose your spot in the class that you had originally registered for.
What is the procedure for dropping a class or leaving the institution?
Visit the website for Drop/Add and Withdrawal that is provided by University Registrar Services before submitting a request to withdraw from a class or the university in order to obtain more information regarding the deadlines for dropping or withdrawing from classes, the academic and financial consequences, and the procedures for receiving a refund on tuition.
In order to make a request through My ASU to discontinue or withdraw from a course or the institution, complete these steps:
Choose the tab that corresponds to the semester for which you would like to complete a drop or withdrawal request in the box labelled “My Classes.”
When you are in the My Classes box, click on Registration, then click on Drop/Withdraw.
After selecting the relevant term to display the list of classes in which you are enrolled, check the box next to each class that you do not wish to continue attending and then click “Drop Class.”
To officially withdraw from the university, make sure that all of the boxes on this form are checked.
Simply continue to follow the instructions as advised after clicking the green Next button.
Instructions for requesting your transcript through the use of my ASU
Please follow the procedures below in order to submit a request for an official or unofficial copy of an ASU academic transcript:
Please sign in to your My ASU account.
Click on the Grades & Transcripts link located in the box labelled “My Classes.”
To view your transcripts and test scores, go here.
Choose the format of the transcript that you would like to have requested.
Please fill out the form and, if necessary, submit your payment.
ASU Asurite The Arizona State University Rational Information Technology Environment (ASURITE) serves as the main login for all computer services provided by ASU.
An ASURITE UserID is provided to everyone who attends classes at ASU. This UserID is one of a kind, and it is exclusively yours to use so long as you maintain your affiliation with the University and adhere to all of its laws and regulations.
Access to a variety of services at ASU requires the use of the ASURITE UserID. Your relationship with Arizona State University will determine whether or not you are eligible for certain services.
Applicants for positions as new students, for instance, could be granted access to particular web pages after they have been accepted so that they can monitor the progress of their application or register online. Students that are enrolled will have the ability to add additional computer services to their UserID as necessary.
It is important that you keep your ASURITE password secure since it is used for a wide range of access, including sensitive information such as your grades. Because of this, the ASURITE UserID is utilised.
I ask that you keep it to yourself and not tell anyone else. Make regular changes to your passphrase. Choose secret questions and answers that are challenging to figure out.
If you visit the ASU Lost or Forgotten Password Recovery service, you will be able to get your ASURITE password reset if you have forgotten it. Please provide us with your ASU ID, as well as your name and telephone number. Within the next 72 hours, ASU will be in touch with you to reset your password. In order to maintain your safety, you are going to need to give me a call.
Modify the password for ASURITE.
If you already know your ASURITE password, you may update it by visiting the website for the ASU Change Password service or by accessing your My ASU account and making the change there.
Sign in to your My ASU account.
Please navigate to the Profile tab.
Find the box labelled “Account Details.”
To update your password, click on the link provided.
Please provide both your existing password as well as a new password.
Select “Save” from the drop-down menu.
Criteria for the password and a strength metre
The strength of your password is evaluated using the password strength metre. In order to create a password, you are required to come up with a string of at least 10 characters that includes representations of at least three of the following potential sorts of characters:
One of the following letters: a, b, c, d, e, f, g, I, j, k, l, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, or z
A letter that starts with an uppercase letter, such as A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.
A number that can range from 0 to 9, including: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1
A special character that can be one of the following: *—+ = percentage/?
The safest passwords are at least 14 characters long and use a combination of uppercase, lowercase, numbers, and special characters. Additionally, they must contain at least one character from each of the four character kinds. The password strength metre does not check to see whether or not your password may be easily guessed, for example, by using a simple phrase followed by a number or a symbol. Make sure that your password is something that other individuals or a password-cracking tool would have a hard time figuring out.
The password strength metre can be found on the page where you update your password. It provides an indication of how secure your password is and how difficult it would be for someone else to figure it out. The colour red is faint, the colour yellow is sufficient, and the colour green is powerful.
Questions that are asked repeatedly
What exactly is an asurite stone?
The acronym ASURITE refers to the Rational Information Technology Environment at Arizona State University. It is the primary sign-in method for all computer services offered by ASU. An ASURITE UserID is provided to everyone who attends classes at ASU. At Arizona State University, a UserID is required in order to access a variety of services.
Where can I find my ASU?
My ASU is the student portal that Arizona State University students use to access various university resources. You will discover the next steps and to-do items that need to be completed for enrollment, as well as information on your finances and accounts, registration holds that require your attention, ASU email, software, and other university announcements.
Whom am I supposed to be using for ASURITE?
Your genuine name serves as the basis for the ASURITE UserID that is automatically generated for you. It ranges from four to eight characters in length. The customary format consists of the first letter of the person’s first name followed by as many letters of the person’s last name (surname) as may be accommodated. (i.e., jsmith) If someone else already has that UserID, the format of your UserID can be different from what’s described there.
How can I obtain a user-ID for the Assure platform?
Your records will be processed as soon as you are admitted to Arizona State University, and you will be given an ASURITE UserID once it has been generated. After your records have been processed, you will get an email letting you know that your ASURITE ID is prepared to be activated and is waiting for you to do so.
Visit the page designated for ASURITE Activation and follow the steps that appear on the screen in order to activate your ASURITE UserID.
Can’t get into my AU account for some reason?
Your account will be restricted for 10 minutes if you have attempted to log in to an ASU system with your ASURITE UserID and password 25 times in a 10-minute period but have been unsuccessful each time. At this point, you need to change your password by going to the Lost Password homepage and attempting to do so there. If you are still unsuccessful, contact 855-ASU-5080 for quick assistance.
How can I log into my Gmail account at Arizona State University?
After logging in to your My ASU account, navigate to the list of shortcuts and click the link labelled “Gmail Shortcut.” Imagine that you are unable to locate the Gmail shortcut link. Choose Gmail from the drop-down menu that appears after selecting View More. In addition, you can log into your ASU Gmail account by visiting https://email.asu.edu.
What distinguishes an official transcript from an unauthorised one issued by Arizona State University?
An official transcript is a copy of your permanent academic record that has been provided by the university registrar. It lists every class that was taken at ASU for academic credit and includes every grade that was earned. The University Registrar must sign and date official transcripts, and they must have the official seal of Arizona State University. Students who have unpaid financial commitments to the institution will not get an official transcript until those liabilities are satisfied. Official transcripts cannot be sent via fax or email from Arizona State University.
Unofficial transcripts do not have the official seal of Arizona State University, nor are they signed or dated by the University Registrar.
You are able to make requests for official as well as unofficial transcripts through the use of the internet. Visit the webpage for transcripts for any other information you may want.