When a student applies to the university, their high school academic record is reviewed and based upon G.P.A., test scores, and class ranking he/she may be offered a scholarship.
To check your eligibility for a merit award, please visit ASU’s Scholarship Estimator. Please be aware this is an estimate and may not be an accurate reflection of your actual award.
ASU merit scholarships are awarded based on excellence in academics. To see if you may be eligible for a scholarship, visit ASU's Scholarship Estimator.
For freshmen, paying the enrollment deposit automatically accepts a university merit scholarship. Continuing students need to accept all scholarships and can be done through My ASU.
If you do not meet or exceed the renewal criteria by the end of each spring semester, you may review the following options to determine your eligibility:
If your appeal is denied or if you do not meet renewal criteria after summer course work, your scholarship will not be reinstated and all remaining semester(s) of award will be forfeited. You must receive the award during consecutive fall & spring semester enrollment/completion, meet annual criteria requirements at the end of each spring semester.
When a student is ready to return to school after a deferment, he/she must submit a scholarship reinstatement request notifying the scholarship office that they will be returning to school. Completed requests must be submitted by no later than 30 days prior to the semester you are approved to return. In the case of an internship or mission deferment, the student must also submit proof of completion. If the student is returning from a medical deferment a note from the treating physician is needed. If the student is a National Merit Scholar they must also contact the National Merit Corporation. The reinstatement request and eligibility criteria can be found online at www.students.asu.edu/scholarships and is listed with online forms and publications.
No, only university eligible students receiving the Regents High Honors Endorsement (RHHE) scholarship may transfer their RHHE award to ASU under certain conditions. The scholarship will be awarded for the amount of tuition when the student would have entered the university. The RHHE transfer request form, which lists additional eligibility criteria, can be found online at http://students.asu.edu/forms/scholarships.
Scholarships are posted when the funds are received. Please contact the scholarship donor to establish the date when your scholarship funds will be sent to ASU.
New American University Scholarships are all awarded for up to eight semesters and will not be extended beyond eight semesters. These scholarships are awarded for fall and spring only.
Cumulative ASU GPA represents all of the grades you received while attending ASU. Scholarships are considered for renewal after the spring grades have been posted.
The Western Undergraduate Exchange(WUE) is a program coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Residents of western states (other than Arizona) may enroll in the ASU WUE program at a tuition rate of 150 percent of Arizona resident tuition plus all applicable fees. WUE students may be eligible for an ASU WUE merit-based scholarship, but are not eligible for other ASU non-resident university merit scholarships or grants. Students must apply to and enroll in one of the ASU WUE-eligible majors/programs. These scholarships are awarded by Undergraduate Admissions. Please contact Undergraduate Admissions at 480-965-3040.
No. If you complete your first undergraduate degree prior to your maximum award terms, you are only eligible to receive the one semester award for the term in which you graduate.