Ƶ and ASU Announce Transfer Collaboration

May 23, 2024

Ƶ is pleased to announce a new alliance with Arizona State University to provide students a seamless transfer experience with the  program. MyPath2ASU allows students to take the steps needed at the start of their college experience to successfully plan their transfer to ASU, ensuring a smooth transition process and student success.

MyPath2ASU is a set of customized tools available to transfer students from accredited U.S. regional institutions. These tools ensure a seamless transfer experience to ASU after earning credits or an associate degree from a U.S. community college or university and shortening the time to degree completion.

“I am pleased Ƶ students have another option for pursuing their degrees through a leader in online and in-person degree programs,” said Ƶ President Dr. Matt Gotschall. “Their recent expansion into artificial intelligence-enhanced offerings is innovative and already creating exciting opportunities for learners and educators alike.”

Through this partnership, students using MyPath2ASU will find their transfer experience simplified. They will have access to personalized benefits to help them navigate the transfer experience, to include:

  • ensure course applicability by assisting students with taking courses that apply to their ASU bachelor’s degree.
  • guaranteed general admission to ASU and admission into MyPath2ASU major choice if all requirements are satisfied; some majors have additional or higher admission requirements.
  • more than 400 course-by-course guided pathways into on-campus and online ASU degree programs.
  • self-service, degree-progress tracking through My Transfer Guide to minimize loss of credit.
  • connected experience through personalized ASU communications to prepare academically and build a connection to ASU.

ASU and Ƶ will work collaboratively to promote educational degree pathways containing on-campus and online course offerings. The courses listed on these pathways are applicable toward a student’s intended bachelor’s degree at ASU, and therefore help minimize potential credit loss.