International student tuition cost and financial aid
International student 2021 – 2022 expenses
As an international student, you'll pay ASU for tuition and fees. Housing and meals, books and supplies, transportation, and personal expenses will vary depending on your spending choices and should be budgeted into your college expenses. To get an estimate of what your costs might look like after financial aid, check out ASU's Net Price Calculator.
Applying for scholarships
Although international students do not qualify for federal and state financial aid (unless you are an eligible noncitizen), there are still options to help fund your ASU education. ASU’s New American University merit-based scholarship is awarded to a limited number of qualified international undergraduate students who demonstrate high academic achievement.
Getting a job
Working part time on campus is a great way to help pay for college, meet new people and gain experience. Jobs on campus are conveniently located and come with the flexibility necessary to study for exams and get your schoolwork done. Check out the different types of positions available.View open positions
You Asked: What student jobs are available at ASU?
ASU students have the option to work on campus. On-campus employers are understanding and encouraging of your school obligations. Hear tips on how to land a part-time job from some of our current students. The skills they are learning now are helping them prepare for their future careers.
"It was always my dream to be a civil engineer but my family was not able to fund me through college. I was fortunate enough to not only get an admission to ASU but also a scholarship through the Mastercard Foundation. ASU gave me a chance to be who I want to be, a civil engineer. I am forever thankful."
Civil engineering major from Africa