FUNDING YOUR EDUCATION

Financial aid helps students with the cost of their education.

There are several ways to get financial assistance to pay for tuition, fees, books, and living expenses:
  • Loans - Borrowed money that must be repaid after graduation.
  • Grants - Money awarded that does not need to be paid back.
  • Scholarships - Funds that are donated and awarded to students and do not need to be repaid.
  • Military Funding / GI Bill - Resources available to veterans and their families.
Federal Financial Aid is the most widely used source of financial aid. To be considered for federal grants and loans, you must apply each year using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Other sources for education loans include banks and credit unions.

It is best to work with your college's financial aid office for help applying for financial aid.

Please note that AZTransfer does not provide financial aid. This web page is for informational purposes only.

Earn to Learn

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Earn to Learn is a savings to scholarship program for Arizona high school and community college students planning to attend Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, or the University of Arizona.

Eligible students who save $500 and are admitted to one of these schools are eligible for a university match of $4,000. The scholarship is renewable for four years.

The universities work with Earn to Learn to apply for funds through Assets for Independence, a program of the Department of Health and Human Services.

Learn more about Earn to Learn!
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