Too late to get in?

<p>Hey guys,</p>

<p>I am a CA resident who is interested in applying to ASU as a Civil Engineering major. I have around a 3.4 GPA and a 26 ACT. I noticed that the priority application period ended on February the 1st, but that they have rolling admissions. Is it still worth applying? Do I have a shot? Can I still get housing and how long does it take ASU to review my application?</p>

<p>ASU does have rolling admissions, but the Engineering School is one of the hardest to get into and tends to fill up quickly. With your stats, you won't be admitted directly into the professional program (you need 1400 SAT or 32 ACT) but you do meet the minimum qualifications for the pre-professional program. (That means that admission to the professional program will not be considered until near the end of your 2nd year, and at that time you will be competing with others, based on your performance during the freshman and sophomore years, for whatever number of slots are available.)</p>

<p>It's almost certain that all of the scholarship money is gone by now and there may or may not be any need-based assistance left (which is rather limited for OOS anyway). Getting on-campus housing is always an issue at ASU; there just isn't enough to meet the demand, but there are many private options just off campus.</p>

<p>I suggest you call ASU Admissions on Monday and talk to one of the reps directly. They are really the only ones who can tell you whether or not your application would get consideration at this late date.</p>

<p>Thanks for the response :)</p>