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Scholarships and financial aid

Many ways to pay for your W. P. Carey degree

Understanding the cost of your undergraduate degree, and how you can finance your education without sacrificing your experience, are important steps leading up to college. The W. P. Carey School of Business will support you every step of the way, offering access to unique scholarships and advising as you navigate what’s next.


The W. P. Carey School of Business awards over $1.3 million in scholarships directly to undergraduate business students each year. All W. P. Carey undergraduate students are encouraged to apply for multiple business scholarships and can do so simply by submitting one application each year. Many W. P. Carey students also apply for and receive a range of scholarships available to students throughout the university.

W. P. Carey awards over $1.3 million in scholarships to undergraduate students each year.

More than 80% of ASU students receive some form of financial aid.

Scholarships at W. P. Carey

You can apply for business scholarships after being admitted to ASU and the W. P. Carey School, whether you are an incoming first-year student or transfer student. The W. P. Carey School offers general scholarships to any business student meeting the stated scholarship criteria, as well as departmental scholarships to students majoring in particular disciplines. These awards are funded through many sources, including private businesses, corporations, foundations, alumni, and individual donors.

Admitted students can complete a single W. P. Carey scholarship application online, to determine award eligibility for both general and departmental scholarships. The application process is competitive and selection is based on varying criteria such as GPA, leadership and community service, academic major, class level, financial need, and residency classification.

I chose W. P. Carey because it’s a top school in both of my majors, offers great study abroad opportunities, the location is nice, and I have scholarship for as an out-of-state student. I love economics and supply chain has great job opportunities.

Ryan Miller (Class of 2025, BS Economics/Supply Chain Management)

Scholarships at ASU

ASU considers students for merit-based scholarships once they have been admitted to the university. Many outstanding incoming undergraduate students are selected as New American University Scholars — which offers a monetary award to help finance your education, in a challenging, research-oriented learning environment. These scholarships are often renewable, and encourage you to make a difference while earning your degree.

Financial aid

More than 80 percent of ASU and W. P. Carey School of Business students receive some form of financial aid to pay for their program. ASU provides many forms of financial assistance to help you achieve your academic and professional goals. The combination of scholarships, grants, student jobs, loans, and other programs makes paying for college more feasible for more undergraduate students.

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