Tuition and financial aid
As a future college student, you might be wondering how you'll pay for your degree. More than 80 percent of ASU and W. P. Carey School of Business students receive some form of financial assistance to pay for their program. Learn more about your unique cost of attendance, W. P. Carey and ASU scholarships, and other sources of financial aid.
Ways to pay for college
ASU provides many forms of financial assistance to help you achieve your academic and professional goals. The combination of scholarships, grants, Federal Work Study, on-campus jobs, loans, and other programs makes paying for college more feasible for more undergraduate students. Explore financial aid options that can help you pay for school:
Your first step in determining your eligibility for need-based financial aid is to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) — follow ASU’s step-by-step instructions to get started.
Your unique cost of attendance
The cost of college varies from student to student. ASU defines cost of attendance as the estimated full and reasonable cost of completing an academic year as a full-time student, including your tuition and fees, room and board, and books and supplies, plus other costs like personal expenses and transportation.
The following table outlines estimated costs of attendance for first-year undergraduate students living on ASU's Tempe campus, associated with one year of full-time study at the W. P. Carey School of Business (2020–21):
|*Uses student health insurance rate for continuing students; rates for new students may vary.|
|Base tuition and fees||$10,710||$28,800||$31,200|
|Student Initiated Fees||$628||$628||$628|
|Visa admin fees||-||-||$200|
|Estimated total costs||$31,070||$49,282||$51,882|
Your unique cost of attendance may differ from the estimates above, depending on your living arrangements, campus, and more. Please visit ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services for detailed information regarding cost of attendance.