School of Life Sciences Undergraduate Scholarships

We are pleased to offer several undergraduate scholarships. To determine which awards you may be eligible for, please do the following:

  • Review our scholarships
  • Complete a SOLS Undergraduate Scholarship Application
  • Write your personal statement. In 300-500 words, please describe your interests, accomplishments, and pursuits. You may wish to discuss what influenced your choice of major, the contributions you’ve made to organizations or communities, and/or your academic or career plans. A complete statement will demonstrate your current strengths and future potential.

Note: Any amount listed is strictly an estimate. You must be logged in to your MyASU account to view the scholarship information.

Applications: Applications for the 2025-2026 academic year are OPEN.
Deadline to apply: January 24, 2025. Recommendation letters due by January 29, 2025. 

Questions? Send us an email

Private scholarships that do not specify U.S. citizenship or lawful presence in the scholarship eligibility criteria, or that do not require a social security number to apply, may be available to students regardless of their immigration status. Review each scholarship's eligibility requirements.

Initial steps:

  • Search for private scholarships via ASU's scholarship site
  • Complete the ASU General Scholarship Application by February 1, as many private donors require this application
  • Sign-up on scholarship websites

National and local organizations may offer private scholarships:

ASU offers students a tuition payment plan, which allows tuition to be paid over several payments during a semester. This also allows you to pay tuition with multiple credit cards or from multiple bank accounts.

Federal and Arizona state financial aid require documentation of lawful presence. The most common documentation is a social security number that is matched with federal records via the FAFSA. Also, visit for resources for undocumented students.

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