ASU payment plan

Tuition payment plan


ASU payment plan

What is the ASU payment plan?

The ASU payment plan is an option to help you attend ASU if you cannot afford to pay your tuition charges by the tuition due date.

How to make a payment

How does the ASU payment plan work?

The ASU payment plan offers you the option to budget your payment of certain university charges over several months within the semester. Eligible charges include tuition, housing, food plans, parking permits and health insurance. See chart below that outlines specific ASU payment plan enrollment fee amounts and due dates.

Get enrolled

There are two ways you can enroll in an ASU payment plan.

ASU payment plan due dates


ASU Payment Plan Due Dates

  • August 25
  • September 25
  • October 25

ASU Payment Plan Enrollment

  • $100 Resident Students
  • $200 Nonresident Students


ASU Payment Plan Due Dates

  • January 25
  • February 25
  • March 25

ASU Payment Plan Enrollment

  • $100 Resident Students
  • $200 Nonresident Students


ASU Payment Plan Due Dates

  • May 25
  • June 25
  • July 25

ASU Payment Plan Enrollment

  • $50 Resident Students
  • $100 Nonresident Students


*The summer sessions enrollment fee is $50 for resident students or $100 for nonresident students for each summer session registered in up to a maximum of two sessions.

Who is the payment plan for?

  • Students who know they’re not able to pay a full bill by the billing deadline.

  • Students who have a past due balance of $500 or more.

  • Students who receive financial aid, if aid does not cover all charges.

Payment plan FAQs

Make sure your balance is paid in full by the tuition due date, or is at least under $500 to avoid automatic enrollment in the ASU Payment Plan. Note that if you owe a balance of under $500, you will still be subject to a late fee. Review the ASU Late Charge Policy for more information.

Yes. Because your financial circumstances can change from semester to semester, you have the option to enroll each semester.

Yes. If you voluntarily enroll and charges are paid before the initial designated payment deadline, you will still be assessed the nonrefundable enrollment plan fee.

Yes. You can enroll in a payment plan each semester, for an additional fee.