Paying for college

Financial aid options for students in the school of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering

The School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering offers you the opportunity to learn under award-winning faculty with state-of-the-art resources and facilities. We provide you with the hands-on experience necessary for you to embrace the field and graduate with confidence in yourself.

We know the value of an education, and too often are students discouraged to pursue their degree due to the high costs of attending a university. At Arizona State University, we want you to succeed and we have, readily available, a variety of resources to help you pay for your tuition, books, housing and personal expenses. ECEE also offers the Dean’s Fellowship to domestic students pursuing their doctoral degree in electrical engineering.

The following links will help you learn more about the different forms of financial assistance, from student loans and scholarships, to work-study and hourly student jobs around campus. These resources are provided through both ASU and the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.