ASU tuition

ASU tuition

How do I pay for college?

You can pay for college in a variety of ways, but one of the most important is with financial aid.

Top 10

ASU is a top 10 "Best Buy" college in the U.S. according to the 2021 Fiske Guide to Colleges.
 

More than 40%

More than 40% of ASU students graduate debt-free.
 

File your FAFSA

The FAFSA is the first step to getting financial aid. Learn about the FAFSA and when and how to file.

Find financial aid

Explore different types of financial aid from scholarships to grants and find contact information for the financial aid office.

Manage finances

Make a payment on your ASU tuition, view your financial aid disbursements and learn how to manage your account.

What is tuition?

Tuition is what you pay to attend classes and earn your degree. When you hear someone say, “Tuition is $12,000 dollars,” that usually means it is $12,000 for the entire year (i.e., fall and spring semester — summer sessions tuition is usually additional). Along with tuition costs, students usually have to pay other fees. These can include athletic, lab and technology fees. Your tuition does not include certain things like your books, campus housing and meals. Find a personalized tuition estimate based on your information, degree choices and residency by using the tuition estimator.

 

How much is ASU tuition?

Everyone's tuition differs depending on a number of factors such as what you study, how much financial aid you get, whether you live on campus and more.

Most students at ASU take advantage of financial aid. Using the tuition estimator tool, select the category that fits you best to find an estimate of how much tuition will cost for you at ASU without financial aid and before other cost reductions.

Tuition estimator

 

Important dates

Date Description

Tuition & Fee Payment Deadline

For registration between January 19 and February 18

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Tuition & Fees Refund Deadline - Session B

Tuition and certain registration fees are subject to a 100% refund through March 19, 2023 for Session B classes. Tuition and fees are non-refundable thereafter and students are required to pay all tuition and fees for drops and withdrawals after this date. Certain registration fees are non-refundable on or after the first day of the semester. For additional information, please see the Tuition Refund Policy.

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Tuition & Fee Payment Deadline

For registration between February 19 and March 18

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Last Day to Accept Spring 2023 Loans

At 5 p.m. (Arizona time), any loans that are not accepted will not be eligible for disbursement in the spring term. If you are enrolled in the summer term at least half time and have not used all of your annual loan eligibility for the academic year, you may be eligible to receive Federal Direct Loans in the summer term. Remaining loan eligibility for the summer term is determined by your current grade level, dependency status and cost of attendance.

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Tuition & Fees Refund Deadline - Sessions A & C

Tuition and certain registration fees are subject to a 100% refund through May 20, 2023 for Session A & C classes. Tuition and fees are non-refundable thereafter and students are required to pay all tuition and fees for drops and withdrawals on or after May 21, 2023. Certain registration fees are non-refundable on or after the first day of the semester. For additional information, please see the Tuition Refund Policy.

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Incoming on-campus students

Incoming on-campus first-year and transfer students
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Incoming graduate students
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Incoming military/veteran students
Connect with your Pat Tillman Veterans Center team member.

Incoming International students
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Incoming ASU Online students

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1-855-278-5080

or visit the My ASU Help tab to email a specific question.

Current students

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