Prospective Students Please contact us. One of our admissions specialists will reach out to you to answer your questions and provide more information about the program and ASU's College of Technology and Innovation. Freshmen: visit ASU's My Checklist for the steps for admission to ASU. Transfer: visit the Transfer Admission Requirements, Preferential Deadlines and Steps page for admission and application requirements. International: visit Undergraduate International Admissions for additional admission requirements. Online: visit the ASU Online Application for additional admission requirements. Graduate: visit the Graduate Admissions Application for admission requirements and an application. New Students Freshmen: ASU Orientation is required for all first-time freshmen. Make your reservation today. If you are unable to attend an in-persion freshmen orientation, please contact our office to arrange an alternative experience. Transfer: Please call 480-727-1874 or email email@example.com to arrange an online or in-person appointment with an advisor. Visit the Transfer Credit Guide to determine the transferability of your courses. Online: An online orientation is available for students in a College of Technology & Innovation online program. Current Students We strive to provide you with the support and information needed for you to reach your goal of a degree from Arizona State University. We recommend meeting with your advisor prior to registering for each semester to ensure that you are on track with your degree. Course Override Requests Students may request a section full, pre-requisite, and/or time conflict overrides when they are having difficulty enrolling in a course offered by the College of Technology & Innovation. Students should submit a request using the Course Override Request form. Electronic Petitions Students may petition the College of Technology & Innovation to Register for an Overload of Hours, to Enroll in a Course for a Third (or More) Time, to Pursue Concurrent Undergraduate Degrees, to Enroll in a 500-level Course for Undergraduate Credit, for a Variance to General Studies or to Graduate Under an Old Catalog. Students should submit a request using the Petition for Adjustment of Curriculum form.