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Paying for college doesn’t have to be stressful. In addition to grants and student employment, New College students have many financial aid opportunities, including scholarships. Plus, some out-of-state students may qualify for reduced tuition through the Western Undergraduate Exchange and the Western Regional Graduate Program.
To calculate your tuition, visit the ASU cost calculator.
The New College offers annual and endowed scholarships ranging from $100 to $5,000 per semester based on various criteria. Go to the scholarships page to see what’s available.
For questions about applying for scholarships, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-543-7000.
Estimated Cost for undergraduate students during the academic year:
Estimated Cost for graduate students during the academic year:
Estimated Cost for Psychology graduate students during the academic year:
The Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) is a program coordinated by the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). Residents of Western states (other than Arizona) may enroll in the ASU WUE program at one and a half times in-state a discounted tuition rates (for fall and spring terms only).
WUE programs are limited to select majors at the New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences, the College of Letters and Sciences, the College of Technology and Innovation, and the College of Public Programs. See the complete list of participating programs.
For general WUE Information, visit the Western Undergraduate Exchange website.
If you are a prospective student, you can contact:
If you are a current student with questions on maintaining eligibility, contact:
University Registrar Services
The Western Regional Graduate Program allows graduate students from specific Western states in certain degree programs to apply for in-state (Arizona resident) tuition rates. This program is an outstanding opportunity for eligible students to pursue graduate study at ASU. Eligible students enrolled full-time can save over $3,000 per semester and part-time students can save over $2,000 a semester. For a student enrolled full-time completing the program in four academic semesters this totals to more than a $12,000 savings.
Participating New College programs include:
To be considered for resident tuition, you will need to complete the WRGP Application Form. Deadlines to apply for the WRGP program are:
For more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
Financial support for graduate students is limited; however, there are several resources that may be available to qualified students:
The following types for financial support may be available to students in each New College program:
Several unique funding sources are available for students in specific New College graduate programs. Please visit your program page under the Advising section of this website for more information. These program specific opportunities include:
The Paul D. Coverdell Fellows Program is a graduate fellowship program that offers financial assistance to returned Peace Corps Volunteers.
Participating New College programs include:
Please review the ASU Peace Corps Coverdell Fellows Program website for more information about important dates and deadlines. If you have unanswered questions after reviewing this site, please contact the Coverdell Coordinator at 480-965-4840. Discover more about the Peace Corps at ASU and the Coverdell Fellows Program on the Peace Corps site.
For more information contact NC.GradStudies@asu.edu.
Each academic year the Ed and Judy Lynn Scholarship provides financial assistance to newly admitted graduate students enrolled in the Masters of Arts in Communication Studies (MACS) program. Students receiving a Lynn Scholarship are engaged academic leaders and embrace the values of Ed Lynn, which include a lifelong ethic of hard work, leadership, personal accountability, and a commitment to helping others develop their potential. They are expected to work closely with a MACS faculty mentor on projects related to teaching, research, or community service. This commitment normally involves roughly ten hours of engagement per week during the spring and fall semesters.
For more information please download the flyer and the application.