General financial aid information
Undergraduate and graduate Sun Devil student-athletes with remaining eligibility who meet applicable NCAA, Pac-12, and ASU regulations may be eligible for athletically related financial aid. The determination regarding whether any particular student-athlete will be offered aid during the academic year is made by the student-athlete’s coach (with approval from the ASU Financial Aid Office). NCAA legislation governs the type and amount of aid that student-athletes may receive.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) – Click here to visit the FAFSA website and access the form. All Sun Devil student-athletes should complete the FAFSA to determine if they qualify for other permissible grants or loans. Student-athletes who need help completing the FAFSA should contact the ASU financial aid office to work with a FAFSA counselor. The ASU federal code is 001081.
ASU Athletics Aid FAQs – Coaches are encouraged to review the FAQ document that is sent to prospects. This document contains helpful information on what scholarships entail and how they are disbursed.
Western Undergraduate Exchange – Residents of western states may enroll in the ASU WUE program at a tuition rate of 150 of Arizona base resident tuition. More information on the requirements can be found in the WUE Tip Sheet.
Summer athletics financial aid – Summer athletics aid is separate from the award student-athletes receives during the academic year. Such aid may be awarded if a student-athlete: (a) attended ASU for at least one semester during the regular academic year and (b) received athletics aid during that semester or has been awarded athletics aid for the following academic year. If received, the aid will be in proportion to what the student-athlete received during the academic year. To be considered for summer athletics aid, student-athletes will complete the summer school online application with their academic coaches in the Office of Student-Athlete Development. Summer athletics aid is not guaranteed.
International Tax Information – Coaches can review the International Tax Tip Sheet for more information on how international taxes will affect international student-athletes.
National Letter of Intent – The NLI is a binding agreement between a prospect and a member institution. The NLI must be accompanied with an athletics grant-in-aid (scholarship). For more information regarding the NLI and it's provisions, please visit www.nationalletter.org. The NLI signing dates for prospects signing in 2016-17 and enrolling 2017-18 are as follows: