Skip to main content

Statements from President Crow

ASU President Michael M. Crow on Proposed FY23 Tuition and Fee Adjustments

March 11, 2022

Since March 2020, Arizona State University and its students have successfully navigated the challenges of an unprecedented global public health crisis while simultaneously demonstrating significant progress toward its official charter, mission and goals. As detailed in its 2022 State of the University report, ASU has continued to meaningfully enhance broad access to quality education, grow in comprehensive excellence, and have a substantive and positive impact on the communities it exists to serve. In 2021, that included record total and on-campus, first-year student enrollment; sizable increases in graduate, ASU Online and international student enrollment; as well as a record number of fall graduates, and heightened socioeconomic diversity and college completion among our student body.

ASU has produced this progress and more while upholding its decade-long pledge to keep resident tuition adjustments to 3% or less. As we move forward with the 2022-2023 academic year, and in keeping with our standing tuition commitment, I am proposing modest tuition adjustments for ASU resident undergraduate and graduate immersion students for FY23.

ASU out-of-state undergraduate and graduate immersion students, international undergraduate and graduate immersion students, and other select students will also see tuition adjustments.

In addition, a set of college, digital and academic program fee adjustments are also proposed, the majority of which pertain to graduate level academic programs.

Drawing from the many lessons learned during the past two years, and the inspiring examples of innovation, resilience and growth realized across the institution, ASU is engaged and more prepared than ever to lead as an emerging and adaptive 21-century knowledge enterprise. We will continue to address society’s most complex challenges and to advance solutions that support the success and well-being at the individual, state, national and global level.

 I invite you to read ASU’s FY23 tuition and fee proposal and to e-mail your questions to for additional information.