Financial support

The paying for college page has key information about estimating tuition and fee costs, federal student aid, and student employment. In addition to this type of financial support, there are additional opportunities College of Global Futures students can apply for, such as scholarships, grants, and emergency funds. You can use the chart below to identify additional financial support opportunities that you may be eligible to apply for.

The College of Global Futures uses a general scholarship application for most scholarship support. This means you can fill out one application to be considered for several different scholarships. Additionally, there are some more specific types of scholarships and grants that have more unique eligibility criteria and a separate application process.

Undergraduate students

Incoming Undergraduate Student 

(You have already applied and plan to start the upcoming semester if you are admitted. You have not started any classes yet – this will be your first semester in the program.)

Current Undergraduate Student

(You have already been admitted and have started taking classes – even if this is your first semester and you are applying for scholarships for next semester.)

Graduate students 

Incoming Graduate Student 

(You have already applied and plan to start the upcoming semester if you are admitted. You have not started any classes yet – this will be your first semester in the program.)

Current Graduate Student

(You have already been admitted and have started taking classes – even if this is your first semester and you are applying for scholarships for next semester.)

More scholarships

Here is additional information about ASU Scholarships. Since scholarship awards are competitive, we encourage students to apply for outside scholarships.

Some nationwide scholarship programs and scholarship searches are listed below: 

Below are other scholarships/grants global futures students may be interested in:

Tips for a successful application

  • Make sure you are eligible (read the eligibility criteria).
  • Take time to provide meaningful responses to all of the questions being asked.
  • Draft responses to essay questions and have someone else proofread them before you submit them, checking the following components:
    • Have you addressed the question while also authentically conveying why you should receive scholarship support?
    • Have you structured your response using clear, concise, and organized writing?
    • Have you checked spelling and grammar?
  • If the application requires a letter of recommendation or the name of someone who can provide a recommendation, give your recommender a heads up and give them plenty of time to prepare a recommendation. Give them information about the scholarship you’re applying for, including the deadline. Don’t forget to let them know if you are awarded a scholarship and share your appreciation for their time.