Arizona State University

Brophy's ASU Admissions Counselor
If you have questions about ASU or the application process, contact admissions counselor, Ms. Sarah Greenstein.
Applying to ASU
Visit the ASU website to apply.  Please remember that some schools and programs have higher admissions requirements, including the Ira A. Fulton School of Engineering, the School of Sustainability, the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism, the W.P. Carey School of Business, the nursing program, the College of Health Solutions' kinesiology program and the Herberger Institute programs in architecture, music, dance and theater/film. Students must pick an alternate major when applying to these programs. More information can be found here.

President Barack Obama Scholars Program
Students seeking eligibility for the President Barack Obama Scholars Program must complete all necessary steps by the deadlines listed. For more information, click here.

Barrett Honors College at ASU

Brophy's Barrett Honors College Admissions Counselor
If you have questions about Barrett Honors College or the application process, contact Ms. Emily Hsu. Information about the Barrett application process can be found on the ASU website. You can also schedule a visit with the admissions office. Email Barrett >

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  • > Barrett Honors: The Basics

    • Students may apply to Barrett only after they have submitted an application to Arizona State University.
    • A Barrett application may be submitted before ASU admission is conferred.
    • If a Barrett application is incomplete at the time of a deadline, it cannot and will not be reviewed. These files will be remanded to the next evaluation period.
    • A student may only apply in the fall. Barrett reserves the right to request additional information and may waitlist a student from one evaluation period to the next.
    • Students not admitted to Barrett as incoming freshmen will have opportunities to reapply as first-semester ASU freshmen or as second-semester ASU sophomores. 
  • > Letters of Recommendation

    A single letter of recommendation is required but two letters are strongly encouraged, and a third letter will be accepted if it provides significant information not covered in the initial two letters. The Barrett application will ask for the names of one, two or three recommenders. Once saved, email messages will be sent to those individuals with directions on how to submit their letters electronically.

    Applicants will be able to:
    1. Track the status of their letters to see when they are received.

    2. Send reminder messages to their recommenders.

    3. Delete recommenders.

    4. Replace recommenders who are not being responsive.
    An application will not be complete until all identified letters of recommendation have been received. It is the responsibility of the student to ensure a complete application is on file before the appropriate deadline. An incomplete application cannot be reviewed and will be remanded to the next evaluation cycle.
  • > What Is a Complete Barrett Application?

    1. All required sections and all applicable optional areas have been completed.

    2. The Barrett online application has been submitted (not just saved).

    3. All identified letters of recommendation have been received (minimum of one letter required).

    4. The student has been admitted to Arizona State University with a test score, ACT or SAT, on file with Undergraduate Admissions. (We recommend applying to ASU four-six weeks before the appropriate Barrett deadline.)
  • > Barrett Admissions Deadlines

    2022-23 Barrett Admission Timeline

    Please check the Barrett website for this information.

Northern Arizona University

Brophy's NAU Admissions Counselor
For information about NAU, contact admissions counselor, Ms. Tori Rodriguez.

You can also visit the NAU website.

University of Arizona

Brophy's UArizona Admissions Counselor
If you have questions about UofA or the application process, contact admissions counselor, Mr. Kyle Fisher.

Brophy's UArizona Honors College Admissions
If you have questions about the Honors College, contact admissions counselor, Mr. Alex Nuñez.

Visit the University of Arizona undergraduate admissions website to learn more about academics, admissions and financial aid. Please note that admission requirements may vary, depending on the program or college. Colleges with enhanced requirements include the College of Engineering, the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and the College of Fine Arts.

If students apply to those programs and do not meet the additional qualifications, they will be offered admission in another program for which they qualify. A complete list of undergraduate majors and degree programs is available online