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Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering


Scholarships support your dreams

There are many ASU Engineering scholarships to help you succeed. Whether you are majoring in materials science engineering, graphic information technology, computer science or aviation—all Fulton Schools students, in any major, are invited to apply.

scholarships available

Over $1.7 million
in scholarship awards last year

Apply for a scholarship

The Fulton Schools scholarship application opens each year on Nov. 1 for scholarships that will be awarded in the fall semester of the next year.

The deadline for most scholarships is Feb. 1, but a few opportunities are available throughout the year.

Scholarships are available to both new
(incoming freshman and transfer students) and continuing engineering students.

Students must apply by the posted deadline for consideration.

Additional scholarship information

Recipient requirements

Review general application information and scholarship recipient requirements.

Frequently asked questions

Get your questions answered on our frequently asked questions page.

Application assistance

Learn application tips and how to write an effective scholarship essay.

Find more scholarships

Apply for scholarships from outside of ASU, and find more ways to fund your education.

Looking to support our students?

Alumni, community members, corporate partners, associations and organizations, as well as faculty and staff, are the main contributors to scholarships that support Fulton Schools students.

Through these generous contributions from caring donors, the Fulton Schools awarded over $1.7 million dollars in scholarships to undergraduate students during the 2023-24 academic year.

If you are interested in contributing to a scholarship, please take a look at the ASU Foundation website.

Mohamed Sabet

Scholarships have brought my dreams one step closer to fruition and have motivated me to continue my education with the highest degree of pride and effort.

Mohamed SabetGraduate student