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Financial aid at ASU

ASU is committed to offering you a top quality education that provides the most value for your investment and prepares you for a lifetime of success.

Step 1. Learn ways to pay for college.

Step 2. Apply for aid. (Federal School Code is 001081)

Step 3. Understand your aid and your bill.

Step 4. Monitor important dates.

Step 5. Contact us with any questions.
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Financial aid

Cost Calculators

Net Price Calculator
For: Prospective undergraduate
students
What it does: Estimate costs (tuition,
books, fees, and personal expenses)
and need- and merit-based aid you may
be eligible for.

Tuition Estimator
For: Prospective and current students
What it does: Calculate tuition and
mandatory fees based on where you’re
from and the program you select.

Scholarship Estimators

Scholarship Estimator
For: Prospective first year students
What it does: Determine if you might
be eligible for an ASU merit (academic-
based) scholarship.

Scholarship Search
For: Prospective and current students
What it does: Search for scholarships
that have not expired.

The Scholarship Portal
For: Admitted and current students
What it does: Sign in and manage your
applications, recommendation requests
and bookmarked scholarships.

Loan Resources

Loan Calculators
For: Anyone interested in pursuing a loan
What it does: Calculate interest rates,
repayment timelines and options.

Federal Student Loan
For: Students
What it does: Overview of the types of
Federal Student Loans available.

Federal Parent Loan
For: Parents of undergraduate students
What it does: Overview of the Parent
PLUS Loan and the process to apply.

Important Dates | more
Apr 24

Begin Using Pell Grant Book Deferments for Summer 2020 (session A and C)

If you are a Federal Pell Grant recipient who has all outstanding documents submitted and enrolled in summer 2020 session A or C, you may obtain your textbooks for the semester at the ASU Bookstore and have your book charges billed to your student account. If you are eligible, you will be sent an ASU email each semester with instructions. For more information, click here.

Apr 24

Fall/Spring or Spring Only Students - Deadline to Submit 2019-2020 Student and Parent Reviews

If you are attending ASU for the 2019-2020 academic year or spring 2020 only (i.e., not attending summer 2020), you must submit 2019-2020 Student Budget Reviews, Student Income Reduction Reviews and Parent Reviews along with all required documentation by this date in order for a reevaluation of the FAFSA and awards to occur.

May 1

Recommended Deadline to Submit New Test Scores for First-year Merit Scholarship Upgrade Consideration

ASU will review your eligibility for a higher first-year merit scholarship if new test scores are received by ASU prior to the first day of classes for fall 2020. Be sure to request that your test scores be sent directly to ASU from the testing service. Contact your ASU admission rep for more information

May 3

Deadline to use Pell Book Deferments Online for Summer 2020 (session A or C)

If you are a Federal Pell Grant recipient who has all outstanding documents submitted and enrolled in summer 2020 session A or C, you may obtain your textbooks for the semester at the ASU Bookstore and have your book charges billed to your student account (online purchases only). If you plan to use this benefit, you must do so online by 6pm on this date. For more information, click here.

May 6

Deadline to use Pell Book Deferments in person for Summer 2020 (session A or C)

If you are a Federal Pell Grant recipient who has all outstanding documents submitted and enrolled in summer 2020 session A or C, you may obtain your textbooks for the semester at the ASU Bookstore and have your book charges billed to your student account (in-store purchases only). If you plan to use this benefit, you must do so in person at a Sun Devil Campus Store by this date. For more information, click here.

May 9

Last Day to Accept Spring 2020 Loans

At 5 p.m. (Arizona time), any loans that are not accepted will not be eligible for disbursement in the spring term. If you are enrolled in the summer term at least half time and have not used all of your annual loan eligibility for the academic year, you may be eligible to receive Federal Direct Loans in the summer term. Remaining loan eligibility for the summer term is determined by your current grade level, dependency status and cost of attendance.

Inside ASU podcast hosts

Inside ASU podcast


"Show me the money! Using financial aid to help pay for ASU."

Hear tips on getting financial aid and paying for college in this Inside ASU podcast episode.