Cost of college and financial aid for transfer students from Arizona
ASU is affordable
Resident tuition and fees
ASU students receive some form of financial aid
ASU student retention rate
Transfer student 2022 – 2023 expenses
As a 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 financial aid
To receive federal financial aid (grants, loans and work-study) you must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid each year. The FAFSA opens every Oct. 1 and ASU’s priority filing date is Jan. 15. Aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis, so apply early.
Once you submit your FAFSA, check your Priority Actions box in My ASU regularly to be sure that ASU does not need any additional documents from you to verify your FAFSA. All requests will be listed in My ASU or sent to your ASU email. If you are entering ASU in the spring and already filed a FAFSA for the year, be sure to add ASU to your FAFSA (Federal School Code 001081) so we receive it.
ASU employs more than 11,000 student workers in part-time hourly and Federal Work-Study positions. A part-time student job is a great way to earn extra income to help meet education and living expenses. An on-campus job is also an easy way to meet new people, network with the ASU community and become more familiar with campus. Check out the different types of positions
Financial support programs for transfer students
You're encouraged to take advantage of the following programs designed to help lower the cost of attending college.