An Alberta Student Number (ASN) is a unique nine-digit number. The number is assigned when you first enrol in an academic school - Kindergarten to Grade 12.
What is an Alberta Student Number used for?
You will need an Alberta Student Number (ASN) to:
- Create an Education account for myPass access
- Order high school transcripts
- View diploma exam marks
- Register to write or rewrite diploma exams with online payment
- View and print Detailed Academic Reports (DAR)
- View progress towards a high school credential (diploma or certificate)
- View/update student personal information
- Order additional copies of an awarded credential in English or French
- Request diploma exam rescores
- Register to write a General Educational Development (GED) exam
- Apply to Alberta post-secondary institutions (universities, colleges, technical institutions, apprenticeship programs)
- Apply for funding applications (student aid, grants, Rutherford Scholarship and bursaries)
- Enrol in the Alberta education system if you are new to the province