The Teachers College offers a variety of scholarships and fellowships. Awards are not based strictly on merit. Financial need, application essays, and/or specific academic criteria are also determining factors. Unlike loans, awards and scholarships do not require repayment. Submit one online application and you apply for all scholarships/fellowships for which you are eligible. There are some scholarships with additional requirements - view the additional scholarships list for more information on applying for these funding opportunities.
The online scholarship application will open for the 2015-2016 academic year on October 1, 2014
Undergraduate recipients will be notified beginning around June 1 and the funds will be available for tuition payments 2 weeks before the start of fall classes. Graduate recipients will be notified beginning around July 1 and the funds will be available for tuition payment 2 weeks before the start of fall classes.
How to apply
Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA. Completion of a FAFSA is not a requirement for completing Teachers College scholarship applications, but it is the first step toward consideration for all "financial need" based awards.
- Freshmen should submit a FAFSA by March 1 and upper-classmen should submit a FAFSA by March 31.
- Graduate students should submit a FAFSA by May 1.
- Print the sample application and review all of the information you will need to compile in order to submit a complete application in one sitting.
- ASU scholarship search
- Student employment
- Student/parent loans
- ASU financial aid office
- FinAid.org: The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
- Federal student aid online (US Department of Education)
- Donna Benson (Donna.Benson@asu.edu) assists students with the federal
- TEACH Grant
- For information about the AmeriCorps program, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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