Paying for college
When looking for information about the cost of a degree program and financial aid resources, the ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services website is the best place to start. Types of aid for your global futures degree include scholarships, grants, loans and student employment.
If you have questions, you can contact ASU Financial Aid at (855) 278-5080. If you are an incoming undergraduate student, contact your freshman admission representative or transfer admission representative. ASU students can log into My ASU and click on the “Help” section to chat with a representative or submit a case to ask a question
Know your costs
It’s important to know what you are paying for when you invest in your education. Use the Tuition Estimator to learn more about the tuition and fees you can expect to pay.
Federal student aid
To be eligible for most types of financial aid, students must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid, also known as the FAFSA. ASU’s school code is 001081. International students are not eligible for federal student aid. However, please visit the ASU Financial Aid for International Students page for some additional resources.
Scholarships and grants
Students can also explore ASU’s Scholarship Portal for funding opportunities. Each of the schools within the College of Global Futures offers a variety of scholarships and grants for students.
- School for the Future of Innovation in Society scholarships
- School of Sustainability scholarships and grants
If you are an incoming first-year freshman or undergraduate transfer student, you can also apply for the Global Futures Champions Scholarship.
Many students find it convenient to work on campus while going to school. There are various types of hourly student worker opportunities in the college and associated schools, labs, institutes, as well as in other units across ASU’s campuses.
Graduate student employment
Graduate students admitted to certain programs are considered for research and teaching assistantship (RA/TA) opportunities available through their school. Depending on the workload, tuition benefits and health insurance may be provided with an RA/TA opportunity. Additionally, students may be nominated for fellowship opportunities by the school. There are also graduate service assistantship (GSA) opportunities open to graduate students, which offer a stipend (but no tuition or health insurance benefits).
Other graduate funding resources
ASU’s Graduate College Funding Opportunities site has additional information for students trying to fund their education.
Entrepreneurship at ASU
Students hoping to fund their entrepreneurial ventures and projects can also visit ASU’s J. Orin Edson Entrepreneurship + Innovation Institute site to seek entrepreneurship opportunities.