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Corporate partners dependent declaration forms
Arizona State University has innovative alliances with companies across the country. Some scholarship benefits may extend to spouses or dependents of employees at eligible companies. This form allows the employee to declare which family member they would like to receive their scholarship benefit. The e-form allows the spouse or dependent using the benefit to submit that form.
Spouses and dependents should only complete this form after applying for admission to Arizona State University.
How many dependents can be declared?
Employees at eligible companies may declare one person, either a spouse or dependent, who will be awarded the ASU corporate scholarship.
How often should a form be completed?
Initial forms should only be completed after the spouse or dependent has applied for admission to Arizona State University. A new dependent declaration form should be completed each term (fall, spring, summer). Corporate Enrollment Partnership Services will compare the information submitted against relevant data provided by the corporate partner to ensure the employee is eligible prior to awarding.
Does the employee need to take advantage of the benefit in order for their spouse or dependent to?
No. However, the employee may need provide information like a letter of eligibility or other documentation, regardless of their participation. Instructions on each form will specify what is needed.
Can an employee and their spouse use the corporate scholarship benefit simultaneously?
Which alliances are eligible?
Employers who partner with EdAssist are eligible to declare a spouse or dependent.
Who should complete the form and who should submit it?
Both the employee and the spouse or dependent need to complete the form. Only the spouse or dependent should submit this form. The form should only be completed after the spouse or dependent has applied for admission.
How does ASU define “spouse” and “dependent” for the purposes of this scholarship benefit?
A spouse is the person you’re legally married to under the laws of the state in which you live or in which you celebrated your marriage. A dependent is a son or daughter, step child, adopted child, or eligible foster child under the age of 24.