Teach Arizona Cost & Aid

Teach Arizona students are eligible to apply for the Arizona Teachers Academy tuition scholarship!

Cost

Below is a chart of anticipated tuition and fees throughout the 2022-2023 program. Keep in mind that students can potentially have all of these tuition and fees covered by the Arizona Teachers Academy.

Term Unit Enrolled tuition and fees

Summer

12 units:

  • Presession = 3 units
  • Summer I = 6 units
  • Summer II = 3 units

Tuition = $7,200
Fee = $51

Fall 15 units

Tuition = $9,000
Fee = $52
Mileage fee = $80

Spring 9 units

Tuition = $5,400
Fee = $52
Mileage fee = $80

Special Funding For Aspiring Teachers 

Arizona Teachers Academy Tuition Scholarship (additional application required)

Teach Arizona students are eligible to apply for Academy tuition scholarship. Full tuition and fees are covered if students agree to teach in an Arizona public school for a minimum of two years following graduation. Learn more.

 

College of Education Scholarships (automatically considered)

All Teach Arizona students will be considered for College of Education tuition assistance. No additional application is required.

 

Teaching Fellows (Tucson program only) (additional application required)

Tucson applicants interested in student teaching and seeking a teaching position in the Sahuarita, Flowing Wells, Santa Cruz Valley, Marana, Amphitheater or Tucson Unified School Districts upon graduation should apply for the Teaching Fellows program. Participants receive financial support during the program and additional stipends if hired by the district. Learn more.

 

TEACH Grant (additional application required)

TEACH Grants are awarded to students who agree to serve for a minimum of four years as a full-time, highly-qualified, high-need field teacher in a low-income school after graduation. Learn more.

 

View our Financial Aid Quick Guide to learn more about special funding.

 

More Ways To Fund Your Education

Visit Scholarship Universe for information on other University of Arizona grants and loans. You can also consider federal or private student loans as a funding option.