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Financial assistance is available for both students and teacher trainee applicants. There are three possible scholarships available for students who meet the scholarship requirements. Scholarship applications may be downloaded below, completed and then emailed, faxed, or mailed to the ASI office. All scholarship applications are due May 1 except where noted.  

Scholarship availability depends on the generosity of those who are able to contribute. Tax-deductible donations to the ASI Scholarship Fund can be indicated on your ASI registration form. 


ASI Shinichi Suzuki Teacher Training Scholarships funded by the American Suzuki Foundation are available to cover all or part of your tuition cost. You will need to print the application and send it with all of your supporting materials to the ASI office.

Applications must be RECEIVED BY May 1.

ASI Shinichi Suzuki Teacher Training Scholarship Application and Checklist

ASI Teacher Training Scholarship Recommendation Form​​​ ​​(2 required for application)

The American Suzuki Foundation is offering five $500 rebates for in-person training to offset the cost of room and board at ASI 2024. Contact the ASI office at by May 1. Please include the following information in your email:

  • The unit you are intending to study. Preference will be given to Unit 1 participants.
  • Why you would like to attend ASI in person this summer.

The SAA also offers scholarships for teacher training participants. Check the SAA website for details about scholarships and application materials.

Earn Your Way – ASI Toolkit

Purchase a Toolkit ($20/5 kits). It is designed to assist you in soliciting funds from your local merchants, service clubs, family, friends, etc. Each of the five kits includes instructions, a leave-behind promotional DVD, sample letters, and forms.

One year a family raised $2,000 using our Toolkit!

You, too, can Earn Your Way to ASI!! Just check the box on your ASI Enrollment Form and five complete kits will be mailed to you. To order the Toolkit before you submit your application, just call or email the ASI Office (715-346-3033 or