Cost of college and financial aid
ASU is affordable
Nonresident tuition and fees
ASU students receive some form of financial aid
ASU student retention rate
Nonresident transfer student 2021 – 2022 expenses
As a nonresident or out of state transfer student, you'll pay ASU for tuition and fees, on-campus 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 aid
File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid each year to see how much federal aid (grants, work-study, loans) you’re eligible to receive. The FAFSA opens on Oct. 1 and ASU’s priority filing deadline is Jan. 15. The earlier you apply, the more aid you’re likely to receive.
After filing the FAFSA, check your email and the Priority Tasks in My ASU often — this is where you’ll be notified if ASU needs additional documentation to verify your FAFSA. Students starting ASU in the spring who have already submitted a FAFSA for the year should add ASU to their FAFSA. ASU’s Federal School Code is 001081.
Financial support programs for nonresident transfer students
You're encouraged to take advantage of the following programs designed to help lower the cost of attending college out of state.
ASU WUE program
Residents of Western states (other than Arizona) may enroll in the Western Undergraduate Exchange at a tuition rate of 150 percent of Arizona base resident tuition, plus all applicable fees for fall and spring terms only. WUE programs are limited to select majors at the Downtown Phoenix, Polytechnic and West campuses. See the complete list of participating programs.