The University of Arizona


University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health Scholarship & Teaching Assistantship Application

2017 - 2018

The College of Public Health has growing, but limited, scholarship funding available. Approximately 30% of graduate students receive some funding from the College of Public Health. Every attempt is made to match available funds to students' need. Students are encouraged to also seek alternative sources of funding.

Students should complete this form if they are interested in College of Public Health scholarships and teaching assistantships. Named scholarships from the College of Public Health, as well as other University of Arizona scholarships, can be found at Scholarship Universe.

The information provided on this application assists the College in making fair, equitable and effective financial awards. Although some of this application will duplicate information on your SOPHAS application, we ask that you provide specific, comprehensive and accurate information. Additional materials may be requested for certain types of funding.

Applicants MUST verify financial need by completing one of the following:

  • FAFSA (US citizens and permanent residents) -- submitted as soon as possible (March 1 priority), or
  • Online calculator (International students) -- submitted to us in PDF format with this application

In addition, international students will need to complete a Financial Guarantee and may be asked to provide additional supporting information, depending on the source of scholarship funds awarded.

Do you have questions about this application? If you are a current undergraduate student, please contact Ryley Tegler at If you are a newly admitted graduate student, please contact Amy Glicken at

Do you have questions about financial aid? Please view this page: If you still have questions, please contact Chris Tisch, Assistant Dean for Student and Alumni Affairs, at

Personal Information
Include any apartment, unit, or suite number.
Summer Funding
Graduate Teaching Assistantships

Applicants MUST verify financial need by completing one of the following:

Domestic Students:
FAFSA - submitted as soon as possible (March 1 priority)
International Students:
Online calculator - submitted to us in PDF format with this application

Note: All students applying for financial assistance must complete a FAFSA for every academic year.

If you are an international student, please complete the online calculator at:

Additional Help Click here for help filling out the calculator. 

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  1. Calculator input values
  2. Result

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2016 Income (January-December)
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Estimated 2017/2018 school year
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Estimated expenses for School Year 2017-2018
Total Educational Loans and Personal Debt
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Other Pertinent Information
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I certify that the information I have provided on this application is a true and accurate reflection of my financial need.

The University of Arizona is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution that prohibits discrimination in its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation or gender identity and is committed to maintaining an environment free from harassment and retaliation. A student who believes that s/he has experienced harassment or discrimination should call the Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Office at (520) 621-9449 [TTY (520) 626-6768]. Students who would like information on University policies regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act should call the Director of the Disability Resource Center (ADA/504 Officer) at (520) 626-7674 [TTY (520) 621-3268]. The Title IX Officer can be reached at (520) 621-9449.

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