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To qualify for a Carr Earn-In Scholarship, undergraduate students must:
- Complete 30 semester credit hours (SCH) at ASU in an academic year
- Maintain an overall institutional GPA of 3.0 or higher
- Not be a current Carr Academic Scholarship recipient
- Not already have a bachelors degree
Application and Notification
No application is required. ASU will automatically review your eligibility after grades are posted for the spring and summer semesters.
Students who qualify for a Carr Earn-In Scholarship will receive an award notice to their ASU email address.
Students must be enrolled full-time (12 semester credit hours) for the Carr Earn-In Scholarship to disburse. And the scholarship requires that the student earn 30 new ASU semester credit hours each academic year.
Repeated, developmental, and dual-credit coursework will not be counted toward your enrollment requirements for disbursement or renewal.
The duration of your Carr Earn-In Scholarship depends on how many semester credit hours you have completed at ASU.
- 30-59 overall ASU credit hours: Six consecutive semesters (fall/spring)
- 60-89 overall ASU credit hours: Four consecutive semesters (fall/spring)
- 90+ overall ASU credit hours: Two consecutive semesters (fall/spring)
Out of State Tuition
Students that qualify for a Carr Academic Scholarship will be granted in-state tuition for the duration of their scholarship.
You must meet these requirements to renew your Carr Earn-In Scholarship:
- Complete 30 SCH at ASU each academic year
- Maintain an overall institutional GPA of 3.0 or higher at the end of each academic year
Students who do not meet the renewal requirements at the end of the spring semester are encouraged to take classes at ASU during the summer to attempt to meet the eligibility requirements.
Dropping Classes & Withdrawing
Students who withdraw or drop below 12 credit hours on or before the university’s census date (12th class day of a regular semester) will have their scholarship disbursement canceled which may create a balance due to the university.
Students who withdraw may be required to reapply to the university. Students who have to reapply are no longer eligible for their Carr Academic Scholarship. Students who decided to ‘sit out’ for a long semester (fall or spring) will have to reapply for the university making them ineligible for their Carr Academic Scholarship.