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We support ongoing education for students pursuing post-secondary opportunities. Partnering with local universities and high schools, we are able to play a part in developing a workforce prepared for tomorrow.

APS Scholarship for ASU Students

Deadline: Wednesday, March 1, 2020



These scholarships are available to eligible ASU students majoring in select engineering, information technology or business fields of study. In 1988, we donated a piece of land to ASU, and in return, ASU established an endowment for APS that would produce an annual payout sufficient to cover 10 scholarships of $2,000 each. The application is open to all qualifying ASU students; however; each year, two of the scholarships are reserved for APS dependents.



Cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0

Arizona resident

Financial need

Enrolled full-time

This scholarship requires eligible applicants to demonstrate financial need. In order to determine your eligibility, you must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by the scholarship deadline.

The scholarship may be renewable. Renewal applicants must reapply annually by the scholarship deadline for consideration.


Academic Level


Incoming freshmen

Incoming transfer (undergraduate)








Downtown Phoenix





Field of Study


Computer and information sciences and support services

Computer and information sciences, general engineering

Computer engineering

Electrical, electronics and communications engineering

Mechanical engineering

Business, management, marketing and related support services

Accounting and related services

Finance and financial management services


Contact Info


ASU Scholarship Services

Student Services Building, 2nd floor


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APS Endowment at ASU West Campus

Five scholarships of about $2,000 each (about $1,000 per semester) are available to students pursuing a baccalaureate degree at ASU West. Scholarships are renewable as long as the recipient continues to meet established criteria. Must be an Arizona resident with cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 in a STEM field of study (science, technology, engineering, mathematics or finance) and financial need. For more information, contact the ASU West campus at 602-543-7000 or email ASU.
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