Cost of Attendance

New Undergraduate Students

Before International Student Services (ISS) can issue your I-20/DS-2019, you must show enough funding to cover the cost of tuition and fees, living expenses and the mandatory UA-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan.

The amounts listed below are only an estimate of what you will actually pay, based on funding requirements for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Tuition and fees includes the $100 International Student Fee charged to F-1 and J-1 students each semester. The actual cost of tuition and fees may change, depending on your academic program, year, and special course fees.

New Undergraduate Students

Tuition & Fees

$35,816.00

Living Expenses

$14,550.00

Health Insurance

$1,875.00

Total

$52,241.00

If you are not required to pay the enrollment fee, add $125 for the orientation fee in your first semester. If you will begin at the UA as a first-year undergraduate student, add $10/semester for the freshman fee. To find out how much to add for program fees, use the Bursar’s Office Tuition and Fees Calculator.  If you need to know the funding amount for less than one year send us an email.
 

Continuing Undergraduate and Graduate Students

If you are submitting financial documentation as part of a request for an updated or new I-20 or DS-2019, you must show enough funding to cover the cost of tuition and fees, living expenses and the mandatory UA-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan.

The amounts listed below are only an estimate of what you will actually pay, based on funding requirements for the 2017-2018 academic year.  Tuition and fees includes the $100 International Student Fee charged to F-1 and J-1 students each semester. The actual cost of tuition and fees may change, depending on your academic program, year, special course fees, and whether you have opted into the Guaranteed Tuition Program.

To find out how much to add for program fees, use the Bursar’s Office Tuition and Fees Calculator. If you need to know the funding amount for less than one year go to ISS for advising.

Undergraduate Students (Non-Guaranteed Tuition)
Tuition & Fees$32,650.00
Living Expenses$14,450.00
Health Insurance$1,875.00
Total$48,975.00

 

Graduate Students
Tuition & Fees$32,962.00
Living Expenses$14,550.00
Health Insurance$1,875.00
Total$49,387.00

 

Law Students 
 Juris Doctor (JD)
Advanced JD (JDAS)

Master in Law (LLM)
Doctor in Law (SJD)

Master of Legal Studies
Indigenous Governance (MPS)
Tuition & Fees$30,526.00$27,562.00$17,126.00
Living Expenses$14,550.00$14,550.00$14,550.00
Health Insurance$1.875.00$1,875.00$1,875.00
Total$46,951.00$43,951.00$33,551.00

 

Exchange & Direct Enroll Students

Exchange Students

Before International Student Services (ISS) can issue a DS-2019 for you as an exchange student, you must show enough funding to cover the cost of fees, living expenses and the mandatory UA-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan

The amounts listed are only an estimate of what you will actually pay, based on funding requirements for the 2016-2017 academic year. The fee balance includes the $100 International Student Fee charged to F-1 and J-1 students each semester. Special course fees are not included in the fee balance. There is also an application fee of $75 for undergraduate students and $95 for graduate students when you first apply to the UA (not included in the table below).

UNDERGRADUATE EXCHANGE STUDENTS
 FallSpringYear
Fee Balance$619.00$619.00$1,238.00
Orientation fee$125.00$125.00$125.00
CatCard fee$25.00$25.00$25.00
Living Expenses$8,075.00$8,075.00$16,150.00
Health Insurance$798.00$1,257.00$2,055.00
Total$9,642.00$10,101.00$19,593.00

 

GRADUATE EXCHANGE STUDENTS
 FallSpringYear
Fee Balance$613.00$613.00$1,226.00
Orientation fee$75.00$75.00$75.00
CatCard fee$25.00$25.00$25.00
Living Expenses$8,075.00$8,075.00$16,150.00
Health Insurance$798.00$1,257.00$2,055.00
Total$9,586.00$10,045.00$19,531.00

The CatCard and Orientation fees are only charged in your first semester.

If you have any questions about the funding requirements, please send us an email.
 

Direct Enroll Students

Before ISS can issue an I-20 for you, you must show enough funding to cover the cost of tuition and fees, living expenses and the mandatory UA-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan

The amounts listed are only an estimate of what you will actually pay, based on funding requirements for the 2015-2016 academic year. The fee balance includes the $100 International Student Fee charged to F-1 and J-1 students each semester. Special course fees are not included in the fee balance. There is an application fee of $75 for undergraduate students and $95 for graduate students when you first apply to the UA (not included in the table below). In your first semester, you will also be charged a CatCard fee ($25) and Orientation Fee ($125 for undergraduates and $75 for graduates).

UNDERGRADUATE DIRECT ENROLL STUDENTS
 FallSpringYear
Tuition and fees$17,594.00$17,594.00$25,188.00
Living Expenses$8,075.00$8,075.00$16,150.00
Health Insurance$798.00$1,257.00$2,055.00
Total$26,467.00$26,926.00$53,393.00

 

GRADUATE DIRECT ENROLL STUDENTS
 FallSpringYear
Tuition and fees$16,175.00$16,175.00$32,350.00
Living Expenses$8,075.00$8,075.00$16,150.00
Health Insurance$798.00$1,257.00$2,055.00
Total$25,048.00$25,507.00$50,555.00

To find out how much to add for program fees, use the Bursar's Office Tuition and Fees Calculator

If you have any questions about the funding requirements, please send us an email.

Costs for Spouse and Children

If you have a spouse and/or child(ren) who will live with you in the U.S. as your F-2/J-2 dependents, add $8000 for your spouse and $5000 for each child to the total proof of funding you are required to submit.

Student Health Insurance Plan

As an international student, regardless of visa type, you are required to purchase the UA-sponsored Student Health Insurance Plan, administered by Aetna Student Health. More information about the health insurance can be found at the Campus Health website.

International Student Fee

As an F-1 or J-1 student, you will be charged a $100 fee by International Student Services (ISS) at the beginning of each semester you are enrolled. The fee provides you with essential services such as advising, processing of immigration document requests, regulatory reporting and facilitating travel and reentry.  Additionally, it covers the cost of maintaining institutional compliance with U.S. Department of Homeland Security and U.S. Department of State regulations.

Please be aware that the list of mandatory fees on the Bursar's Office website does not include the International Student Fee because it is only charged to F-1 and J-1 students.

Payment

The payment for tuition, fees and health insurance is due by the first day of each semester.  You can find out what you owe and make payments by logging into your  UAccess Student Center. For more information on payment options and fees, please go to the Bursar's Office website.