Financial Aid and Scholarships

Find out ways to get funding for the college or university of your dreams. Your first step should really be to contact the Financial Aid office for the school you'll be attending, but these resources can give you some additional ideas.


Regional College Access Center | Metropolitan Education Commission, opens a new window

The Metropolitan Education Commission (MEC), a non-profit organization, was established by the City of Tucson and Pima County in 1990. 

University of Arizona Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid, opens a new window

Nine out of 10 Wildcats receive some form of financial aid. Learn more about your options so that you can maximize the aid that you are offered. Contact OSFA, opens a new window

 
If you are a graduate student at the UA, you can find scholarships, fellowships, grants, and research funding through this office.
 
 

Discover your options when paying for college at PCC, and links out to the Financial Aid office page, whom you should definitely contact if you are planning on going to PCC.

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Talk to these folks for information about financial aid opportunities specific to ASU.

Northern Arizona University NAU: Financial Aid, opens a new window

Talk to these folks for information about financial aid opportunities specific to NAU.

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Navigate to the scholarship page to use one form to apply to over 75 different scholarship opportunities available to students in Arizona. The application period usually opens up in January.

Community Foundation for Southern Arizona: Students, opens a new window

The CFSA offers scholarships to students every year with varying qualifications.


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