Alabama State University Application Procedures

Alabama State University is a public historically black university in Montgomery, Alabama. Founded in 1867, ASU is a member school of the Thurgood Marshall College Fund.

This article covers all about Alabama State University applications.



Applicants who have earned a diploma from any high school and who meet the requirements in the sliding scale below (or GED certificate) who demonstrate that they can benefit from and contribute to the University’s educational program and goals will be fully admitted to the University.

3.5 +15/810-850

Applicants who do not meet regular admission requirements may be admitted to the University’s Tier II or Tier III (Summer Bridge) if they fall within the category listed below. Students who do not meet regular, Tier II, or Tier III admissions will be denied. 

Tier II
3.00-3.49ANY SCORE

Students who are initially denied admissions may appeal to the Admissions Committee for reconsideration based upon special factors or circumstances that may be mitigating in a review process.  Appeals should be forwarded to the Office of Admissions and Recruitment.   The director of Admission has limited discretion, under the authority of the president of the University to adjust admissions requirements based on existing market trends.  

Applicants who are seniors in high school are admitted with the understanding that requirements for admission to the university will be fulfilled during their senior year.  These applicants must submit a final high school transcript that reflects the completion of high school with a standard, honors, or advanced diploma from their high school.

Alabama State University Application

Download Alabama State University Application forms here

Complete the online application for admission (Online) 

  1. Indicate your desired major on the application.
  2. Send all of the following to the Office of Admissions & Recruitment:
    • $30 application fee
    • Copy of your official high school transcript
    • ACT/SAT test scores

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Your application, deposit, transcript, and ACT/SAT scores must be received by the Office of Admissions & Recruitment no later than May 10 for Summer Semester and July 30 for Fall Semester.


  1. Complete FAFSA Online (001005 ASU School Code) Beginning October 1
  2. Apply for on-campus housing
  3. Register for new student orientation
  4. Submit Health Evaluation Form
  5. Apply for ASU Scholarships October 1-February 15
  6. Request final high school transcript be mailed to: P O Box 271 Montgomery, AL 36104