Student Resources: Financial
Get Financial Resources
There are many resources available to help you pay for college. Our goal is to make The University of Arizona (UA) affordable to families from all income levels.
Apply for Aid -- Office of Student Financial Aid
Wants to send a clear message to families who may be struggling through this economic downturn that there are many resources available to help you pay for college. The University of Arizona’s goal is to make the UA affordable to families from all income levels
Makes what seemed impossible, possible by giving students from families earning up to $42,400 per year the opportunity to graduate in four years without ever borrowing money. Nearly all Arizona students who qualify and give their best effort can become UA graduates with little or no college debt.
Career Information for Students with Disabilities
A UA Career Services Website that provides links to information on a number of opportunities including internships, summer job information, Department of Labor information, disability solutions, equal opportunity publications, and more.
Cultural Career Information
A UA Career Services Website that provides links of interest to cultural minorities who are exploring career possibilities, employability skills, as well as job possibilities.
Estimated Cost of Attendance
Allows students to calculate expenses they are likely to incur during an academic year (fall and spring semesters).
Includes information -- from both UA and non-UA sources -- regarding scholarships and resources for students from diverse backgrounds (ethnic groups, socioeconomic status, women, military, students with disabilities and first generation).
Funding for Graduate Education
Information is available from the Graduate College and includes teaching and research assistantships, traineeships and fellowships provide the most common forms of support for graduate students, and information on funding opportunities for particular areas of study.
Initiatives for Maximizing Student Diversity for Ph.D.s (IMSD)
Offers the prestigious National Institute of Health Initiative for Maximizing Student Diversity Graduate Study Awards to Outstanding underrepresented students who are admitted to one of sixteen Ph.D. biomedical programs at the University of Arizona. IMSD Scholars receive a first year stipend of $21,900 plus individual health insurance, tuition waived, $1000 travel funds to attend a national conference and attend a graduate school survival colloquium. Admitting departments offer full funding beyond the first year.
International Job Search
A UA Career Services Website that provides links to myriad sites concerning living and working abroad.
Knowledge Rivers Fellowship
Focuses on library and information issues from the needs and perspectives of Hispanics and Native Americans. Knowledge River Scholars receive a stipend of at least $10,000, and tuition scholarships.