Find the latest information at the university's central Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, where you can find and apply for the various types of financial aid available to you.
Here are some of the resources available to help you pay for college:
Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
Find and apply for the various types of financial aid available to you through this comprehensive resource.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Calculate the expenses you are likely to incur during an academic year (fall and spring semesters) at UA.
Match your academic and professional interests with available scholarships.
Arizona Assurance Scholars Program
This program provides financial aid and support services to help low-income students successfully attain bachelor's degrees.
Graduate Student Funding
UA graduate students can find information on funding opportunities, including assistantships, grants and fellowships.
Native American Funding Information
Current and future Native American students can find the answers to frequently asked questions about applying for scholarships, grants and financial aid.
Job Search Resources for LGBTQ Students and Staff
Individuals in the LGBTQ community can find current job and internship opportunities at LGBTQ-friendly companies.
Financial Resources for Military and Veteran Connected Students
Military and Veteran Connected Students can find a list of resources that provide information specifically for the military and veteran connected student population.
Additional Financial Assistance Resources
Annuity.org, a web resource that provides information and support to equip people with a strong foundation in financial literacy, including budgeting and saving, paying off debt, planning for retirement and investing. On the annuity.org site you will learn more about: FAFSA timeline, merit-based scholarships, student loans, planning for life after college, and much more.
The mission of Scholarships A-Z is "to provide resources and scholarships to students, families and educators through online and community interactions, in order to make higher education accessible to all regardless of immigration status."
Database for college scholarships specifically for women.
AffordableCollegesOnline.org has created a guide that provides 35 scholarships available for Hispanic students, affordability tips, and additional resources for children of migrant workers, undocumented students, & first-generation students.
NurseJournal.org is a comprehensive online resource for current and future nursing students, as well as recent graduates seeking licensure and full-time employment. This list was complied of scholarships that provide financial aid exclusively for Hispanic, Latino, and Latinx students