ASU tuition and fees are approved annually by the Arizona Board of Regents. In addition to resident and nonresident tuition, commonly billed tuition and fees include:
Differential Tuition and Program Tuition
Certain colleges and programs assess additional differential and program tuition as approved by the Arizona Board of Regents. Visit the Tuition and Fees Schedules for college and program specific tuition and fees.
Excess Hours Tuition
The Arizona Legislature enacted legislation in 2005 (A.R.S. § 15-1626) that establishes credit hour thresholds for undergraduate students who attend a public university in Arizona. Undergraduate students who enroll for credit hours beyond the applicable threshold are required to pay an Excess Hours Tuition Surcharge
. Students who have more than 145 credit hours will be assessed the Undergraduate Excess Hours Tuition Surcharge. See exemptions
Undergraduate College Fee 1-4
The Undergraduate College Fee is one of four fee categories based on a student's program of study. ASU conducted a comprehensive review of all instructional costs for every program. ASU conducted a comprehensive review of all instructional costs for every program. Programs of study with similar costs were grouped together, and those fees were averaged to determine an amount for each category. *Visit the Tuition Estimator to determine your Undergraduate College Fee.
Undergraduate College Fee 1
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts: Humanities and Social Sciences
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences: Humanities and Social Sciences
Undergraduate College Fee 2
College of Integrative Sciences and Arts: Sciences
New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences: Sciences
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
School of Sustainability
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities and Social Sciences
Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions
Undergraduate College Fee 3
College of Health Solutions
College of Nursing and Health Innovation**
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Undergraduate College Fee 4
Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences: Sciences
Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Thunderbird School of Global Management
Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication
W.P. Carey School of Business
The Technology Fee assessed to online students funds technology initiatives including implementation of ASU's wireless network, delivering University-licensed software to all students, increasing the number of technology-enabled classrooms, reducing dependence on computing labs and expanding and improving online self-service environment.
Student Initiated Fee
ASU's student government leaders, on behalf of the students they represent, have sought and received ABOR approval for the Health and Wellness fee, Student Athletics fee, Student Programs fee, Student Services Facility fee and Recreation fee. Funding from these fees will be used to enrich the student experience. Included with the Student Initiated Fees is the Financial Aid Trust fee. All students are assessed a mandatory financial aid trust fee as authorized by the Arizona Legislature to create a Financial Aid Trust Fund. For more information please see the Student Initiated Fee webpage.
Graduate Student Support Fee
The Graduate Student Support Fee helps fund resources and services that support graduate students, including technology resources and services, instructional and laboratory expenses in departments and schools, and graduate student services.
Special Class, Hybrid, oCourse, iCourse Fees
Special Class, Hybrid, oCourse and iCourse fees are assessed based on enrollment in specific classes. These fees are published with each class through Class Search.
Late Registration Fee
All students who register beginning the week before the first day of the semester will be assessed a late registration fee of $50.00, with the exception of students enrolling only in late start sessions. Students enrolling exclusively in late start sessions, will be assessed the late registration fee beginning one week before the session start date. Please see Tuition Deadlines for specific dates. Registration after the published deadline may be permitted under extraordinary circumstances if approved by an authorized College designee. Late fees are not refundable.
**The College of Nursing and Health Innovation post-bac BSN will continue to maintain a separate fee. All other nursing programs will be in Undergraduate College Fee 3.