Financial Aid

Rely on our dedicated financial services team to help you navigate billing, loans and scholarships, and more. Funding your education is one of the most important factors in returning to school — and we’re here to help.

Completing the FAFSA

To apply for federal financial aid, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The application is available January 1 for the following academic year. ASU’s school code is 001081. Learn more about ASU eligibility requirements for receiving financial aid.

Scholarship Opportunities

You are automatically considered for School of Accountancy Graduate Scholarships when you apply for either the MACC or MTax program. No additional scholarship application is required if you apply by March 1st. Scholarships typically range from $2,000 to $6,000 per year and are offered primarily to students who demonstrate a superior record of academic accomplishment in their application materials. The School of Accountancy also awards generous donor scholarships:

Dr. William Huizingh and Mr. John Mumford Scholarship

The school's most prestigious scholarship is the Huizingh-Mumford Scholarship. Renewable on an annual basis, recipients are awarded $5,000 per academic year for graduate work.

RSM McGladrey-FEI Academic Scholarship

Presented by the Arizona Chapter of Financial Executives International, the RSM McGladrey-FEI Academic Excellence Award supports Arizona students specializing in accounting and/or finance in order to continue a legacy of strong financial leaders for Arizona companies and organizations.

Veterans Benefits

ASU's Veteran Benefits and Certifications does not determine eligibility but will assist you by administering veteran's educational benefits and certifying your enrollment.