Paying for your degree
ASU’s Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College is committed to providing you with an excellent education that provides great value. There are several ways to pay for your degree, and we can help you along the way as you submit applications and decide which path is best for you. Students who want to attend Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College must first apply to ASU and then apply for financial aid.
Take the first steps
All applicants to ASU are considered for some forms of financial aid. Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College offers additional scholarships to students who meet specific criteria. Please read through all of the options below so you know what is available and if you qualify.
There are three basic forms of financial assistance.
1. Aid you do not pay back (scholarships, grants and fellowships)
Unlike loans, scholarships and fellowships do not require repayment. ASU and Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College offers a variety of scholarships and fellowships based on merit, financial need, application essays and other specific academic criteria. The number of scholarships is limited. Students can submit one online application to automatically be considered for most scholarships/fellowships available to them at ASU and Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College.Undergraduate applicants and students apply here Graduate program applicants and students apply here
Please note: Additional Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College scholarships are available for students who meet specific criteria. View additional scholarships here.
The federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) grant is another special program for interested students. It provides grants of up to $4,000 per year while students are completing their degree, if they agree that after completing their education they will teach in a school or agency serving students from low-income families. If, for any reason, the stipulations of the grant are not met, students must repay the grant as if it was a loan. Learn more.
2. Aid you must pay back (Loans)
Loans must be repaid and there are several options available to students and parents. Federal loans and private loans require applications and an understanding of interest rates, loan fees and repayment plans. Learn more.
3. Employment opportunities
Student employment through ASU is a positive and productive addition to the college careers of many students. There are need-based work-study jobs, Student Engagement and Employment Development (SEED) jobs, as well as hourly student jobs throughout the university. Learn more.
- ASU financial aid office
- Cost of attendance
- Scholarship search
- Calculators and forms
- FinAid.org: The Smart Student Guide to Financial Aid
- Federal student aid online (US Department of Education)
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