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ASU increases tuition for 2024-2025 academic year across the board

The University's tuition hike will increase the cost for in-state undergraduate and graduate students by 1.5% with slightly larger increases for non-resident and international students

ASU President Michael Crow during a meeting with the State Press at the Fulton Center on Thursday, Nov. 9, 2023 in Tempe.

ASU students will see an increase in their tuition for the 2024-2025 academic year, the University announced in an email on Tuesday.

For undergraduate students, tuition will increase across the board. Undergraduate and graduate students who pay resident tuition will see a 1.5% price increase. For undergraduate students paying non-resident or international tuition, there will be a 3% increase. There will also be a 3% increase in non-resident graduate tuition.

Graduate international students will have a 4% increase in tuition. Online students, resident or not, will see a 2% increase in tuition.

According to ASU's Yourtuition website, the increase fulfills its commitment to keeping increases in tuition under 3% each year for in-state students, which the University has committed to for over a decade. 

 "As ASU continues to develop as a pioneer in American higher education, it remains focused on providing students with an ever-evolving, world-class education while maintaining its unwavering commitment to affordability, efficiency and fiscal predictability," Crow said in a written statement from March regarding the 2023-2024 tuition increase. "Giving students and their families the ability to anticipate, prepare and work with us to achieve a degree is important to us and we are here to keep learners moving forward." 

Earlier this year, the Arizona Board of Regents approved a proposal that set a ceiling for maximum tuition growth rates until the 2028-2029 academic year. The enacted proposal will improve cost predictability for resident students.

Read More: Arizona Board of Regents implements new policy to lock in tuition rates

2022-2023 was the first academic year since the pandemic that saw increased tuition. ABOR approved the raise that increased the cost of in-state base tuition for undergraduate students to $10,978 and for graduate students to $12,014. Out-of-state undergraduate and graduate students saw base tuition rise to $29,952 and $32,656, respectively. International students faced the largest rise, with a base tuition increase of 5%. 

ABOR will review tuition growth rates every four years in the six-year cycle.

Read More: ASU president proposes tuition increase for 2023-24 academic year

ASU will release a new update to the tuition calculator on January 5th, 2024, that includes the new tuition increase. 

Edited by Shane Brennan, Sadie Buggle and Alysa Horton

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