As you’ve been going through the Arizona State University admissions process you may have come across a few brochures or seen articles on our website highlighting Barrett, the Honors College.
Perhaps you have heard: Barrett is a co-curricular, residential honors college.
A common misconception of ASU’s honors college is that it is just extra work. The Barrett experience is completely customized by each student to enhance the academic and extracurricular experience you will already have through your major.
To graduate from ASU, students must earn 120 credits.
To be considered, send all AP test scores to the Office of Admissions & Recruitment during the application process.
The admission policies of Alabama State University are predicated upon the presumed competence of the individual rather than upon any consideration whatsoever of race, color, sex, religion or national origin.
Students earn their degrees from the various academic units at ASU, but to graduate with honors students must also be members of Barrett.
It is the best of both worlds: you get the community and attention of a small private college with the diversity of majors, professional opportunities and sporting events of a large public university.
Fall campus tours are offered Monday through Friday at 10 a.m., 1 p.m., or 3 p.m.
Tours must be scheduled at least 72 hours in advance.