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
- Download the Supplemental Questions
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 2020-21 academic year are now CLOSED.
Deadline to apply: Dec. 14, 2020
Questions? Send us an email
Private Financial Aid
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.
- 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:
- National Society for Hispanic Professionals
- Salvadoran-American Leadership & Educational Fund
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund, search tool
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.
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Federal and State Financial Aid
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 GetReadyForCollege.org for resources for undocumented students.