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Let The Monumental Journey Begin

Congratulations and welcome to ѿý. We can’t wait for you to join our community of changemakers. Now that you’re admitted, you’ll take a number of steps to complete your enrollment. Find everything you need to know about getting started at AU right here.

First Steps

  1. Access your account using your AUID, located in your admissions letter
  2. Set up your AU email to receive updates
  3. View your personalized checklist on your student portal

What's Next?

  • Activate your student account

  • Take the math placement exam (you will receive an email)

  • Submit credit exam results and final high school transcript

Check back over the next few months for more upcoming deadlines.

Browse Checklist

New Student Checklist Don’t miss a step on your journey to AU.

All checklist items are required to enroll at AU except where noted. Check your progress on Link Requires Login .

Available January - March

  1. Activate your student account

    Available Now

    Activate your student account - it only takes a few clicks.

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  2. Submit your enrollment deposit and housing agreement

    Available Now

    Submit your enrollment agreement and housing deposit by the following:

    Early Decision:
    January 15
    Early Decision 2:
    March 1
    Regular Decision:
    May 1
    Spring Admits:
    December 1

    Learn Moreabout Submit your enrollment deposit and housing agreement

  3. Grant proxy access to your student records Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now

    Will a parent, guardian, or other user be making payments or viewing your expenses? Grant them access to your student account.

    Learn Moreabout Grant proxy access to your student records

  4. Complete account recovery steps

    Available Now

    Establish your secret question and answer pairs in the event you need to reset a forgotten or expired password.

    Learn Moreabout Complete account recovery steps

  5. Download myAU Mobile Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now

    View your class schedule, grades, finances, and assignments all in one place. Access your new student checklist, get directions around campus, and stay up-to-date on campus life with events and news feeds.

    Learn Moreabout Download myAU Mobile

  6. Learn about tuition refund insurance Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now

    In the event that you might need to withdraw from AU, ѿý offers GradGuard tuition refund insurance through Allianz Global Assistance. If you believe that this is something you might benefit from, you have until the day before classes begin to enroll.

    Learn Moreabout Learn about tuition refund insurance

  7. Confirm your emergency contacts

    Available Now

    Make sure AU has an up-to-date list of your emergency contacts. To update, visit the academics tab on the student portal. Please note, if you are under 18, your parent/legal guardian must be your primary contact.

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  8. Submit placement credit exam results Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now — Due July 15, 2024 — Add to calendar

    If you have taken Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), A Levels, or other placement or leaving exams, please request that those results be submitted to ѿý’s Office of Admissions to receive placement credit (if applicable).

    Learn Moreabout Submit placement credit exam results

  9. Update Chosen Name and Pronouns Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now

    AU recognizes that students may use names other than a legal name to identify themselves. Students who would like their chosen name displayed across many AU systems are invited to submit a chosen name using the process linked here in the Learn More button.

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  10. Submit Final High School Transcript and Standardized Test Scores

    Available Now — Due June 30, 2024 — Add to calendar

    Once your high school degree has been posted, please submit your final high school transcript and any official standardized test scores (if not test optional) to the Office of Admissions by June 30.

    Learn Moreabout Submit Final High School Transcript and Standardized Test Scores

  11. Enroll in DUO for multifactor authentication

    Available Now

    Enroll a smartphone in DUO MFA, and use the DUO Mobile app on that smartphone to secure your login attempts. You may register multiple devices.

    Learn Moreabout Enroll in DUO for multifactor authentication

  12. Join University College Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now — Due May 6, 2024 — Add to calendar

    The University College/AU Cornerstone Reservation Form is now open for the 2024-2025 academic year. Reservations are accepted through Monday May 6, 2024. Students must deposit to AU to confirm their placement in UC. If you have questions email to inquire.

    Learn Moreabout Join University College

  13. Complete your recreational sports and fitness registration Optional for matriculation:

    Available Now

    Skip the lines on your first visit to our fitness centers. In order to gain access to our recreational sports and fitness centers and programs, you are required to register. Make your first visit more seamless by submitting your registration online.

    Learn Moreabout Complete your recreational sports and fitness registration

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International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)

For international students, check your immigration requirements.

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Academic Support and Access Center (ASAC)

ASAC works with students with disabilities to provide equal access to university programs and services.

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Transfer Student?

If you are a transfer student and want access to your own personalized new student checklist, simply click below.

Frequently Asked Questions

Below we have collected links with information that answersthe most frequently asked questions we receive from new students and their families. If you have additional questions, please do not hesitate to reach out directly to these offices.

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Helpful Office Contacts
Office Contact for Phone Email
Academic Support and Access Center Disability-related Accommodations, Academic Success Coaching, Math & Stat Lab, Student-Athlete Support Program, Supplemental Instruction, Tutoring Services, Writing Center 202-885-3360
Admissions Merit Award Questions, Final High School Transcripts 202-885-6000
NCAA Division I Sports 202-885-3000
Study Abroad 202-885-1320
AU Central Bill Payment Options, Payment Plans, Student Refund Information, Enrollment Verification, Tuition and Fees, Veterans Services, Tuition Refund Insurance 202-885-8000
AU Honors Program Honors Curriculum, Merit Scholarships, Living-Learning Community 202-885-6194
Textbooks, School Supplies, AU Apparel 202-885-6300
Career Center Internships, Career Counselor, Major Choice 202-885-1804
Center for Community Engagement and Service Community Service Opportunities, Alternative Breaks, Community-Based Learning, DC Reads, Explore DC 202-885-7378
Center for Diversity and Inclusion Summer Transitions Enrichment Program (STEP), First Generation, LGBTQ, Multicultural Students, Intergroup Dialogue, Diversity and Inclusion Programs and Training 202-885-3651
Center for Student Involvement Student Programming, Student Organizations, Student Media, Fraternity and Sorority Life, Graduate Leadership Council, Student Government, Student Media 202-885-3390
Counseling Center Individual or Group Counseling or Therapy, Referrals, Consultations 202-885-3500 Unlisted for confidentiality
Financial Aid Need-Based Financial Aid: Loans, Federal Work Study 202-885-6500
First Year Advising Course registration, advising, ѿý Experience (AUx) 202-885-7000
Health Promotion and Advocacy Center Wellness resources, to promote healthy lifestyles, reduce high-risk behaviors, and offer a safe, non-discriminatory environment. 202-885-3276
Housing & Residence Life Housing Assignments, Residential Experience, Off-Campus Housing 202-885-3370
International Student & Scholar Services Immigration Process, International Students, International Student Orientation, Visa Information 202-885-3350
Kay Spiritual Life Center Worship Services, Religious Life, Interfaith Dialogue 202-885-3320
Network Issues, Printing Issues, System Status 202-885-2550
One Card and Dining Programs One Card, Meal Plans, EagleBucks, Dining Venues 202-885-2273
Orientation, Transition & Retention All American Welcome, Orientation, New Students 202-885-3303
Parking and Commuter Services U-Pass, Parking Enforcement, Parking Permits 202-885-3111 No email available
Student Employment Federal Work Study, Part-Time jobs, Professional Jobs, Internships 202-885-2591
Student Health Center Immunizations, Health Insurance, Primary Care, Psychiatric Care 202-885-3380
Undergraduate Education ѿý Experience (AUx), Complex Problems, Core Curriculum, First-Year Advising, Living-Learning Communities, Special Academic Programs, Undergraduate Research, Academic Policies, Learning disabilities, Academic Accommodations 202-885-3724
University Police Campus Safety, Lost Property 202-885-2527