Arizona State University’s spring deadlines are coming in the next couple months, and we want to give you the tools to help your students get on track and take their next steps in their journey to college.
Here are the spring deadlines you and your students need to know.
Students chosen for FAFSA verification must submit additional documents for ASU's Financial Aid and Scholarship Services office to continue processing their financial aid file.
Check out the FAQs for verification for 2020–2021.
Public Service Academy
Students who join the Next Generation Service Corps at ASU are committed to more than academic achievement and career preparation. This program builds a culture of service in future leaders who will go on to tackle some of the world’s toughest challenges.
The second deadline is March 15.
Entrepreneurship + Innovation Fellows
For students who are ready to think big and make their mark at ASU, look no further than our E + I Fellowship. Entrepreneurship and innovation are big parts of what ASU is all about. With this scholar program, students will have the opportunity to express their creativity and inner innovators.
The second deadline is April 1.
Students admitted to ASU have access to the Scholarship Portal and can begin applying for scholarships right away.
Scholarships can be awarded based on creativity, talent and personal stories. There are even some scholarships that are based on where students live. Some scholarships will cover all of their tuition while others can cover smaller expenses, but they all add up and can help offset the cost of their education.
Barrett, The Honors College late consideration date
Barrett, The Honors College is a selective honors experience for outstanding students that offers exclusive research, internship and study abroad opportunities. Students must apply to Barrett through a separate application to be admitted. Barrett applications may be submitted before an ASU admission decision is received.
Students who submit the Barrett application on or before March 8 will receive an admission decision by April 17.
If your students would like to learn more about becoming a Sun Devil, encourage them to schedule a visit that includes an information session and tour, or plan to attend ASU’s biggest visit event of the year, Sun Devil Day.