Any ASU master’s program or JD, offered on-campus or online. But note that the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law does not have a part-time or evening JD program. Additionally, full-time employment is strongly discouraged while pursuing the JD. Potential JD applicants should contact ASU Graduate Admission Services before submitting an application.
The Program is designed to support Arizona Government Employees who already completed their bachelor’s degrees to continue and complete a master’s degree program at ASU. However, you are encouraged to pursue your undergraduate degree through ASU. ASU Online offers flexible degree programs for working adults and more than 18,000 transfer students attend ASU. You will also find that ASU offers a competitive tuition rate to resident students.
The Program offers scholarship aid equal to 10 percent of the base tuition rate for your degree program.
To participate, you must 1) be an unclassified Arizona government employee 2) remain in an approved ASU degree program 3) meet the minimum standards required by applicable ASU graduate policies and procedures, including continuous enrollment, maintaining satisfactory academic progress and earning your degree within the program’s maximum time limit for graduation.
This program is intended for non-university Arizona government employees. State university system employees interested in ASU degree programs should explore the Qualified Tuition Reduction Program.
To remain eligible for the Program you must meet ASU’s Graduate College minimum GPA requirement of 3.00 on all GPAs. See more details here.
Graduate programs may require students to complete their degree within a certain time period. Please check your program of interest for its specific deadline.
Both; program degree options include on-campus and/or online instruction.
The Program is open only to Arizona Government employees and not their dependents.
If your employment with the Arizona government terminates while you are in the process of completing your degree, you will no longer be eligible for the Arizona Government Employee Tuition Scholarship. However, you may complete the semester in which your employment terminated using the government employee scholarship. You will not be required to reimburse the tuition scholarship you received in previous semesters. You may also still continue your program of study at ASU without the government employee scholarship.
Once your employment status has been verified and approved, the Arizona Department Of Administration (ADOA) will submit all documentation to ASU for processing. Students are encouraged to review their ASU student account periodically by logging into their MyASU account and selecting the “Finances” link to determine if the Arizona Government Employee Tuition Scholarship has been applied.
It is the responsibility of the student to obtain the authorization and signature from the Arizona Department of Administration (ADOA). Please send completed forms awaiting employment verification to Matthew DeLeon at matthew.deleon@Arizonadoa.gov. ADOA will submit verified forms to ASU and include the student on the email receipt. If however, it is determined the student is no longer an active Arizona government employee, the student will be responsible for all billed tuition and fees. Students are encouraged to review their ASU student account periodically by logging into their MyASU account and selecting the “Finances” link to review all student account transactions and balance information.