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Armstrong Latino: Information for Prospective Students

 Admission

First Year Students

Students currently enrolled in secondary school (high school) or have graduated from high school without taking college-level courses.

Transfer Students and Non-traditional Students

Students who are or were attending another college or university, or have obtained a degree at another two or four years institution, and would like to pursue a second degree at Armstrong. In addition, adults, ages 23 or older, who plan to enter college for the first time are Non-traditional students.

International Students

Students who will study abroad with a student visa F1 are considered international. Students who do not need a visa F1 but have employment abroad can find information about the transcript evaluation in the section under "What classes transfer?" 

Financial Aid

Three types of Financial Aid

Federal and State Aid 

The amount of financial assistance you may receive is determined by the Department of Education in the state you reside. The evaluation of the amount of financial aid is based on the information you provide when you complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). To fill the application in English or Spanish go to www.fafsa.gov (ASU code is 001546). Remember: You can only receive Federal or State aid if you are a US citizen, a legal permanent resident, or if you receive political asylum or are a refugee.

Scholarships

Beware of Scholarship Scams

You do not have to pay money to receive a scholarship because most of these  funds are coming from non-profit organizations. For more information about scholarship scams visit our website for financial assistance.

Housing and Residence Life

The support given to students in our student residences helps build their connection with the university. In addition, it allows them to become more involved in leadership and volunteer opportunities. Our campus consists of four residential communities: Windward Commons, Compass Point, University Crossings and University Terrace.

Classrooms, cafeteria, gymnasium, hospitals, health care services, restaurants, shopping centers and cinemas are just minutes away on foot. For more information on pricing and residential space reservations check us out on the web page Housing and Residence Life.