Arizona State University Tuition Fee and Scholarship

It is normal that top ranked universities requires higher tuition fee and education costs. Arizona State University is not exceptional. But the good thing about Arizona State University is the scholarship and financial aid opportunities. Hundreds of students get scholarship, grants and financial aid in Arizona State University. There are different types of financial aids and scholarships. All of them are have been designed to help and support the students of Arizona State University who deserve support. For example Arizona State University helps meritorious students with scholarship, grants and financial aid to inspire meritorious students and nurture them to grow up. At the same time Arizona State University has scholarship schemes to help students who are financially insolvent. Even Arizona State University has part-time job opportunity for students who need them. There are loans facility too in Arizona State University.

Tuition Fee and Expenses
Cost of Attendance In-state: $27,530
Out-of-state: $44,110
Tuition and Fees In-state: $10,792
Out-of-state: $27,372
Room and Board $12,209
Books and Supplies $1,125
Other Expenses $3,404
Payment Plans Credit card, installment plan, external finance company

Students can also calculate the tuition fee using ‘Net Price Calculator’ of Arizona State University. The tuition fees and expenses Arizona State University that we have provided here are estimated tuition fees and expenses. It can vary time to time. However, if you use the ‘Net Price Calculator’ of Arizona State University, you will get exact amount that you need to spend to graduate from Arizona State University. The link of the ‘Net Price Calculator’ of Arizona State University is –

Net Price Calculator URL

Arizona State University awards a large number of scholarship and grants to students who need financial support to complete their education. For meritorious students Arizona State University has always been a mentor and has always been helping since the beginning of Arizona State University. There are three types of financial supports that a student can get from Arizona State University. They are –

  1. Scholarship and Grants,
  2. Loans and
  3. Employment.

In this article of scholarshipcare.com, you learn about scholarship and grants of Arizona State University, how to apply for them. And how you can get loans to complete your education from Arizona State University. The employment opportunities are also implicitly described here.

Scholarship and Grants
  1. Federal Pell grants,
  2. SEOG,
  3. State scholarships,
  4. Institutional scholarships,
  5. Private scholarships,
  6. Academic scholarships,
  7. Creative arts/performance scholarships,
  8. Music/Drama scholarships,
  9. Athletic scholarships,
  10. State scholarships and
  11. Leadership scholarships
Loans
  1. Direct subsidized Stafford loans,
  2. Direct unsubsidized Stafford loans,
  3. Direct PLUS loans,
  4. Federal Perkins loans,
  5. College/university loans and
  6. Private loans from endowment funds
Employment

There are Federal work study programs available for financially insolvent students. Moreover, students can earn up to $2,402 from on-campus employments.

Application Process

To apply for scholarships, grants, loans or employment opportunity in University of Arizona use the link below –

Application

Application Deadline Priority deadline March 1
Award Notification On a rolling basis beginning March 1
Methodology for Awarding
Institutional Aid
Federal Methodology
Scholarship Statistics of Last Year
Freshmen
Financial Aid Applicants 6,440 (77.8%) of freshmen
Found to Have Financial Need 4,785 (74.3%) of applicants
Received Financial Aid 4,785 (100.0%) of applicants with financial need
Need Fully Met 1,048 (21.9%) of aid recipients
Average Percent of Need Met 68%
Average Award $16,098
Need-Based Gift Received by 4,695 (98.1%) of aid recipients, average amount $12,360
Need-Based Self-Help Received by 2,689 (56.2%) of aid recipients, average amount $3,188
Merit-Based Gift Received by 642 (13.4%) of aid recipients
Merit-Based Gift 2,541 (30.7%) of freshmen had no financial need and received merit aid, average amount $8,008

 

All Undergraduates
Financial Aid Applicants 25,678 (68.0%) of undergraduates
Found to Have Financial Need 20,889 (81.4%) of applicants
Received Financial Aid 20,889 (100.0%) of applicants with financial need
Need Fully Met 4,052 (19.4%) of aid recipients
Average Percent of Need Met 61%
Average Award $14,528
Need-Based Gift Received by 19,467 (93.2%) of aid recipients, average amount $10,074
Need-Based Self-Help Received by 14,126 (67.6%) of aid recipients, average amount $4,408
Merit-Based Gift Received by 1,841 (8.8%) of aid recipients
Merit-Based Gift 8,072 (21.4%) of undergraduates had no financial need and received merit aid, average amount $7,968

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