ASU has many financial aid options. Almost everyone, regardless of income, can qualify for some form of financial aid. Grants, Federal Work-Study and federal loans all require the FAFSA. Follow the steps to apply for aid to begin the process.
|Type of Aid||Available For
|Available For Online Campus Students|
|President Barack Obama Scholars Program
A financial aid program created to help cover direct costs for new, incoming, Arizona freshmen. Does not require repayment.
Gift assistance awarded on the basis of merit and/or need. Does not require repayment.
Gift assistance awarded to qualified students demonstrating exceptional financial need. Does not require repayment.
(only Federal TEACH Grant)
(except Financial Aid Trust Grant)
Employment opportunities available for students with financial need. Does not require repayment.
Employment opportunities available to all students who wish to work. Does not require repayment.
(with eligible Visa)
|Student & Parent Loans
Federal and private loan funds available to help meet educational expenses. Loans require repayment.
(only private education loans with a US co-signer)
Although graduate students do not qualify for grants from the state or federal government (except the Federal TEACH Grant), there are other options to help fund your ASU education. Some private donors offer scholarships to graduate students and you can find those in our Scholarship Search. Federal student loans as well as private education loans are also available. Follow the steps to apply for aid to begin the process of acquiring federal student loans. You may also want to contact the Graduate College to find additional scholarships/assistantships that you can apply for and for further assistance.
Although international students do not qualify for federal and state financial aid (unless you are an eligible noncitizen), there are other options to help fund your ASU education. Some private donors offer scholarships to international students and you can find those in our Scholarship Search or our financial aid resources for students regardless of immigration status.
You may also want to contact your academic department or college to see if they have any scholarships/assistantships that you can apply for. For further assistance, please feel free to contact the Scholarship Office.
The following are other websites you may find helpful: