There are many phases of financial aid from planning to repayment. We want to assure you that ASU and our partners are here to provide the resources you need along the way.
FinAid is a free comprehensive source of student financial aid information, advice and tools.
Financial Aid Calculators
From a widely read and often quoted independent financial aid web site, FINAID.ORG provides a number of easy-to-use calculators to help you answer all kinds of questions.
Federal Student Aid
A web page from the U.S. Department of Education. Provides links to information on all of the federal student financial aid programs.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
The only way to apply for federal student aid. The FAFSA opens each Oct. 1 for the coming academic year. ASU’s priority filing date is Jan. 1 to be considered for the most aid.
Financial Aid and Undocumented Students
Reference sheet on financial aid for undocumented students (sometimes referred to as "Dreamers") as well as guidance for students who have received Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Student Budget Worksheet
Use this worksheet to create your own personal financial budget. Change the numbers to see the impact different expenses can have on your budget.
ASU's partner in financial wellness, iGrad helps students track their loans and learn more about managing their money, using financial aid wisely, preparing for a career and planning for a successful future.
A free program offering online content and tools on personal money management topics.
Financial Health Checklist
Try our financial health checklist to help you get organized, be protected and maintain overall financial health through college.
FastWeb.com Scholarship Search
Fastweb is a free scholarship search engine. Use this free resource to search for scholarships to help pay for your education.
The CollegeBoard is a non-profit organization who's mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity. This web site also has a scholarship search.
Federal Aid First
For students not submitting a FAFSA. A web page from the U.S. Department of Education. Explains why federal student loans are your best first choice when using student loans.
Federal Financial Awareness Counseling Tool
Manage your debt using this tool from the U.S. Dept. of Education. Get information about your current loan debt and estimates of your student loan debt levels after graduation.