The tuition costs of the ASU-USA Pathways and degree programs for the 2023-2024 school year are detailed below. Please note that all costs are subject to change (without notice) and vary by degree program:
Degree track (fall or spring start)
Global Management / Arts & Sciences
Spring 2024 (Global Management, Arts & Sciences)
Spring 2024 (Business)
Summer insurance is included in the Spring cost.
Students should be prepared to purchase books and materials (estimated $500 per semester).
Students are advised to bring extra spending money for incidentals and personal expenses (estimated $1,000 per person).
Upon acceptance into the ASU-USA Pathways program, an $888 deposit must be submitted to guarantee your enrollment and housing. Fees and tuition may be paid by wire transfer or by credit card.
ASU-USA Pathways Diversity Scholarship
ASU provides a limited scholarship to some who enroll in the ASU-USA Pathways Program, including the Extended Pathways program. Your application for the program is also your application for the scholarship. If you qualify for the ASU-USA Pathways Diversity Scholarship, you will be notified at the time of your admission to the program*. The scholarship will be awarded upon enrollment in the program, directly to your ASU Account to be applied to your tuition and fees.
The scholarship award is distributed in the following amounts:
If you are a 3-term Pathways student, you will receive the following award amounts**:
Fall Semester: $3,600
Spring Semester: $3,600
Summer Semester: $1,300
If you are a 1-term Pathways student, you will receive the following award:
Fall/Spring Semester: $3,600
You must be fully enrolled in the Pathways program to receive each award.
If you are enrolled in the Extended Pathways program, the scholarship does not apply to any sessions of the Campus or Online Immersion programs that you may need to take for English or Academic proficiency.
If you’re on academic probation or violate the student code of conduct and are suspended, expelled, or withdrawn administratively, you will lose the scholarship. If you are on academic probation or suspended and have lost your scholarship, there is no opportunity to regain the scholarship.
If you leave the Pathways program early, you will forfeit any remaining awards.
To appeal the loss of scholarship during your time in the Pathways program, please contact the Pathways Program advisor.
*If you will be attending the intensive English program to meet the English requirements of Pathways Admissions, you will not receive a scholarship award letter until you have received full admission to the Pathways Program.
**You must be in good academic standing (not on academic probation) after each semester and abide by the Student Code of Conduct in order to receive the award in the following term.
Living at ASU promotes creative connections and innovation both inside and outside of the classroom while providing a supportive, close-knit environment designed to set you up for success. Living on campus is a great way to make new friends, practice your English and prepare yourself for life in America.
ASU West Valley campus
Students of the ASU-USA Pathways program will live and learn on ASU’s West Valley campus. The West Valley campus is home to two residential halls: Las Casas and Casa de Oro.
Students at the West Valley campus can live in Las Casas Residential Hall with other continuing undergraduate and graduate-level Sun Devils. Las Casas is a three story complex with several on-site amenities, including a spacious community center, swimming pool and sand volleyball court.
Two and four bedroom furnished units
Shared and/or private bathrooms
Inclusive utilities (water, cable and electricity)
The Casa de Oro residence hall provides student interaction for an authentic language-learning experience. Casa de Oro is steps away from the new Verde Pavilion Dining facility and Sun Devil Fitness Complex. Casa de Oro features:
Students attending ASU-USA Pathways program and living on campus will be enrolled in the Maroon meal plan. With this flexible dining plan, you get 180 meals each semester, or about 10 meals per week, plus $375 Maroon & Gold (M&G) Dollars (declining balance) to use at residential restaurants across the ASU campuses. The meal plans are loaded on the ASU Pitchfork ID MasterCard® Check Card or the basic Sun Card.
ASU provides a wide variety of meals including vegan and vegetarian, gluten-free and dairy-free options in the residential restaurants as well as kosher, halal and organic options in the on-campus markets. The residential restaurants feature full salad bars, deli, grill, homestyle entrees, international entrees, vegetarian and vegan options. West Valley campus also offers popular dining options like Starbucks, Domino's Pizza, Chick-fil-a, Jamba juice and more.