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Resources for Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College

No matter where you are in your education career, we’re here to support you. The resources below students will make your journey easier so you can focus on achieving the future you want.

These third-party resources are listed as a courtesy; they are not officially endorsed by Arizona State University.

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Paying for College

There are many ways to make paying for college easier: money you pay back (loans), money you don’t pay back (scholarships and grants) and money you earn (incentive programs and jobs). Learn more, and explore online tools for understanding your costs.

Loans

Arizona Teacher Student Loan Program

Federal Student Loans

Federal Parent PLUS Loans

Teacher Loan Forgiveness

Public Service Loan Forgiveness

Scholarships and Grants

The Arizona Teachers Academy at ASU

MLFTC scholarships

ASU scholarships

Barrett, The Honors College scholarships

Transfer Achievement Award

Study abroad scholarships

TEACH Grant

Starbucks College Achievement Plan

International students funding resources

American Indian Student Support Services - scholarships

Graduate fellowships and awards

Incentive Programs

America Reads

Tools and Calculators

FAFSA: Submit a free application for student aid

FAFSA4caster: Calculate your federal student aid eligibility

ASU Net Price Calculator: Find out the net price of a degree after grants and scholarships

ASU residency for tuition: Know the rules for determining eligibility for in-state tuition

Student budget worksheet: Create an annual budget using any financial awards you will receive

Financial Coach

DACA - Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Resources

DACA FAQs

DREAMzone: DREAMzone is a resource for the Arizona State University community in support of our undocumented, DACA, and students with families of mixed immigration status.

The DREAM Fund Scholarship

The National Scholarship

Academic Support

Use the resources below to get academic help.

 

MLFTC Academic Coach

 

MLFTC Math Mentoring

 

MLFTC Writing Mentoring

 

Writing Dropbox for Feedback

ASU Writing Centers

ASU Tutoring

First-Year Success Center 

Purdue Owl APA Resources

Employment

Discover career opportunities based on your skills and interests, and find employment.

MLFTC Career Development Coach

Student employment job search

Federal work-study, on-campus student employment, and off-campus student employment

ASU Handshake

TeachinAZ

Crisis Help

We want you to be well and stay safe. Below are resources to help you do that. Always — If you are in a life threatening situation, dial 911.

ASU has its own Police Department and a 24/7 phone line for non-life threatening emergencies — 480-965-3456.

Community referrals for crisis Arizona2-1-1 or call 877-211-8661

Crime victim assistance Arizona Coalition for Victim Services

Emergency financial assistance Sun Devil Family Association Student Crisis Fund or call 480-965-6547

Behavioral Crisis Help

EMPACT Suicide Prevention Center or call 480-921-1006

Arizona Crisis Response Network or call 602-222-9444

ASU Counseling Services

Students with Disabilities

Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services

Sexual Assault Resources

Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

National Sexual Assault Hotline or call 800-656-4673

ASU Counseling Services

Partner Violence

National Domestic Violence Hotline or call 800-799-7233

Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence or call 800-782-6400

Antiracism & Interpersonal Violence

Addiction and Recovery

Recovery Rising

TreeHouse Learning Community or call 928-478-8813

Health

ASU Health Services or call 480-965-3349

Student Health Insurance

Student Accessibility and Inclusive Learning Services or call 480-965-1234

Wellness

MLFTC Wellness Coach

Wellness@ASU

ASU Counseling or call 480-965-6146

ASU Adulting

Food Assistance

Pitchfork Pantry

Produce on Wheels or call, 800-551-6764

Family, Housing, Transportation

Find out ways to apply for financial, nutritional and housing assistance for your family.

Child Care Resource and Referral or call 800-308-9000

Arizona Department of Economic Security - resources for families

Arizona Department of Economic Security - family assistance

ASU family housing

ASU campus housing

Off-campus housing

Housing for Hope

Enterprise CarShare

ASU Lyft Partnership

Veterans and Military

We value the exceptional contributions of our veterans, and offer many benefits and opportunities for those who have served.

MLFTC Veterans in Education

Pat Tillman Veterans Center or call 480-965-7723

Troops to Teachers, Arizona

Military Active Duty and Reservist Commitment Scholarship

MLFTC Student Organizations

Our college has several student-run organizations. Follow us!

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

Antiracism & Interpersonal Violence Student Cultural Engagement

Teaching Toward Genius: An Equity Model for Pedagogy in Action | Equity & Access Pre K-12  

The American Consortium for Equity in Education: Equity & Access PreK-12 | Equity & Access Pre K-12