Graduate Student Resources

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Financial Aid

There are many different options available to help you finance your graduate education at Thunderbird. In fact, more than 96% of Thunderbird students receive financial assistance through loans, scholarships, or other awards. Arizona State University’s Financial Aid team works with you hand-in-hand to find the financing solutions for your unique situation.

On-Campus Employment

Student jobs are available both on and off-campus. A job is a great way to help pay for your studies and living expenses. Not only can you earn extra money, but it can also help you gain valuable work experience. Use both searches to maximize your opportunities. F-1 students can be eligible to have on-campus employment and work up to 20 hours per week. Campus positions are available at Arizona State University and through Thunderbird School of Global Management.

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Assist a T-bird

The Thunderbird School of Global Management students of concern process allows faculty, staff, peers, family members, and other community members the ability to make the Office of Student Success aware of specific student concerns. Once alerted about a potential student issue, the Office of Student Success will immediately identify the appropriate follow-up action plan based on the nature of the concern.