ASU Scholarships & Financial Aid 2020-2021
Arizona State University is one of the preeminent research universities in the United States. ASU is one of the largest schools with over 66,000 undergraduates over several campuses. Their other claim to fame is innovation; the U.S. News and World Report has named Arizona State University as the most innovative college in the United States.
ASU offers a number of scholarships and financial aid opportunities for prospective students.
Jump ahead to:
- ASU Tuition & Cost
- ASU Merit Scholarships
- ASU Financial Aid
- Questions about ASU scholarships?
- Next steps for students
ASU tuition & cost
Arizona State is a public university with multiple campuses and colleges. Students can also choose to study at ASU in-person or online. To help students make sense of all of these various costs ASU has a useful tuition estimator.
ASU merit scholarships
Arizona State offers a number of merit scholarships for prospective students. ASU has a Freshman Merit Scholarship Estimator to help you find out if you qualify for the scholarship. This type of transparency is great and will help you see how much scholarship money you can expect to receive from the University.
If the Scholarship Estimator is not working, students can reach out to the admissions office to get an estimate of scholarships.
Remember, these scholarship estimates are not 100% official and students will have to wait until they are accepted before receiving their official financial aid award letter.
ASU financial aid
In addition to the above merit scholarships, Arizona State offers need-based financial aid to prospective students including the Barack Obama Scholars Program.
To qualify for all need-based financial aid at ASU, students will need to complete and submit the FAFSA.
Arizona State Financial Aid Codes
To apply for financial aid through the FAFSA at Arizona State, students should use the code 001081.
Questions about ASU financial aid?
Students can contact Arizona State with any questions about financial aid or ASU-specific merit scholarships.
Arizona State also has a FAQ webpage that answers many of the most common scholarship and financial aid-related questions.