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Tribal Education Advancement Merit Scholarship (TEAMS) at ASU Online
Tribal Education Advancement Merit Scholarship (TEAMS) provides an opportunity for eligible employee to earn their degrees from Arizona State University online.
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Included with Tribal Education Advancement Merit Scholarship (TEAMS)
200+ Top-Tier Programs Online
Access hundreds of top-tier degrees and certificates offered from Arizona State University.
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Graduate Degrees
Aging (MS)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Art - Museum Studies (BA)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Astronomical and Planetary Sciences (BS)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Biochemistry (BA)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Biochemistry - Medicinal Chemistry (BS)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Biological Sciences - Biomedical Sciences (BS)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Undergraduate Degrees
Business - Sports Business (BA)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

Graduate Degrees
Conflict Resolution (MLS)

Next start date: 2020-08-20

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Understanding Program Funding
Needs-Based Federal Grants, Scholarships and Loans

In applying for federal grants, loans, and third-party scholarships, you could receive thousands of dollars more toward the cost of your education.

Tribal Education Advancement Merit Scholarship 

Every eligible TribalEM employee will receive 100% tuition coverage for top-tier online certification and degree programs at ASU Online.

Reduced Remaining Student Responsibility

You'll pay your school for any remaining costs, like books and supplies, which financial aid may also cover. 

Need-based aid includes grants like the Pell Grant or University Grant that are awarded based on the financial need of the student/family. Financial aid awarded based on demonstrated financial need from student’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Student responsibility may be met through personal savings, loans, etc. 

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How it Works
  1. Request Information
    Complete the “Learn More” form below to work with an ASU enrollment coach and access all relevant information.
  2. Prepare for Application
    Continue on your guided experience to choose the best education path for you and learn about the resources that can help.
  3. Apply to ASU Online
    Apply to Arizona State University’s online programs and complete a FAFSA® at, as you may qualify for Financial Aid. (ASU's Federal School Code for FAFSA is 001081). The FAFSA® is required for all undergraduate degree programs.
  4. Admittance & Course Enrollment
    Once admitted, register for classes and begin utilizing ASU’s online resources.
  5. Scholarship Award
    After you register for courses, the TEAMS benefit will apply directly to your tuition and fees.
Frequently Asked Questions

While applicants are able to apply throughout the year, please take note of the following session start dates for ASU Online:

  • Fall 2020 A - August 20
  • Fall 2020 B - October 12
  • Spring 2021 A - January 11
  • Spring 2021 B - March 15 
  • Summer 2021 A - May 17
  • Summer 2021 B - June 30

Though not required, filling out the FAFSA (if you are a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen) is highly encouraged. This can help you understand what tuition benefits, grants and loans would be available to you to help pursue your higher education goals.

The TEAMS benefit includes full upfront tuition coverage for eligible employees. Contact for more information.

The TEAMS benefit does not apply to certificate programs. If you’re interested in applying for a certificate program, there are several ways to manage the cost. Please contact the ASU Finances team at 1-855-278-5080 for details regarding how certificate programs are covered.


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