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Search for scholarships from sources outside of ASU

There are scholarship search engines and other resources outside of ASU to help students find college scholarships and funding sources.

Some search engines can be used to search by criteria specific to you, while others allow you to build a profile and let the search engine do the searching.

We recommended these search engines to help you find more funding for school.

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College Board’s scholarship search

Enter your information to find matches from over 6,000 programs, totaling over $4 billion scholarship dollars yearly.

Scholarship360.org

Vetted scholarships for high school, college, and graduate students. Includes personalized scholarship matching and access to exclusive scholarships only available to Scholarships360 members.

Fastweb

Join for free and create a unique profile that will be used to gather the scholarships that match your strengths, skills, and background.

Scholarships.com

Complete your profile and gain access to this free college scholarship database. Scholarships.com finds scholarships that match your profile.

Arizona Community Foundation

The Arizona Community Foundation offers over 125 scholarships to high school seniors, current college students, graduate, and adult re-entry students. While most awards are designated for Arizona residents, several are open to non-resident and international students.

Deadlines vary though most occur between March 1 and May 1.

International Education Financial Aid Scholarship Search (IEFA) 

IEFA is the premier resource for international scholarship and grant information for students. You’ll find the most comprehensive listing of scholarships for international students, as well as reputable loan resources.

Other funding opportunities

Besides scholarships, there are many other funding opportunities available to engineering students.

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant Program (UGTA)

The Undergraduate Teaching Assistant (UGTA) and ASU 101 Section Leader program selects successful undergraduate students to serve as teaching assistants in a variety of classes offered by the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.

UGTAs receive a $1,000 stipend at the end of the semester and ASU 101 Section Leaders receive a $500 stipend per section.

Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI)

The Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) is designed to enhance your engineering undergraduate curriculum by Fulton Undergraduate Research Initiative (FURI) providing hands-on lab experience, independent and thesis-based research and the opportunity to travel to professional conferences under the mentorship of an engineering doctoral student or faculty member.

FURI students receive a stipend of $1,500 (less any applicable taxes) for their funded semester(s), which will be disbursed at the end of the semester.

Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering

The Master’s Opportunity for Research in Engineering (MORE) is designed to enhance your engineering and technical graduate curriculum by providing hands-on lab experience, faculty mentorship, and independent and thesis-based research.

Students will be paid a stipend of $1,500 their funded semester, which will be disbursed at the end of the semester as a stipend.

Paid tutoring

The tutoring center is a fun atmosphere where you will be challenged to help students overcome difficulties they encounter in their engineering course work.

Tutors are expected to work between 8-20 hours per week and should apply through the student Employment website.

Student employment job search

ASU offers a variety of Student Employment opportunities, both on and off-campus, including both Federal Work Study and student hourly positions.

Additional information about RA/TA positions and Education At Work positions are also available.