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Barrett, The Honors College provides an exemplary education and unique honors experience for ASU undergraduate students at an affordable cost. ASU students who are enrolled in Barrett pay the same university tuition as non-honors students in their degree program, but have an additional honors college fee of $1,000 per semester. If you wish to learn more about the fee, including how the funds are used to maintain and improve the honors college experience, visit https://barretthonors.asu.edu/budget-breakdown.
Any conversation about the costs of college attendance should go beyond tuition and include housing, meal plans, university and program fees, unique class costs, books, and incidental expenses such as entertainment and travel for out-of-state students. Important online tools to help prospective students estimate their costs of attendance, including a Net Price Calculator and Scholarship Estimator, are available here. Prospective Barrett students are also encouraged to review costs for housing and meal plans at the ASU campus of their major by visiting the housing area of our website.
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All fee money is invested in bettering the honors experience for Barrett students. The honors college fee supports an extensive array of honors academic projects and activities, ranging from opportunities to present at conferences to bringing in prominent external examiners or persons with expertise to sit on honors thesis committees. The fee also supports summer study abroad scholarships, housing scholarships, and many other student services and programs. Barrett students who wish to play an active role in determining how the fee money is allocated should contact the Barrett Honors College Council for information on the Dean’s Advisory Fee Committee.
All Arizona State University students, including those enrolled in Barrett, receive their merit-based aid through the ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services Office. Merit-based aid is awarded without regard for financial need and reflects academic achievement.
Most incoming honors students receive ASU merit-based aid through the New American University Scholarship (NAMU) program. Students are automatically considered for the NAMU awards when they apply to ASU.
Prospective and current students can apply for additional scholarships to help cover the remaining cost of attendance. Some examples include:
All Arizona State University students, including those enrolled in Barrett, receive their need-based aid through the ASU Financial Aid and Scholarship Services Office. Need-based aid is determined by the evaluation of a Free Application for Federal Student Aid and is based on a student’s financial circumstances. The FAFSA opens October 1, and ASU’s priority filing date is January 15 each year.
As the name suggests, there is no cost to submit the FAFSA. Additionally, there is no requirement that a student accept any awards offered, and many scholarships require a current FAFSA to be on file with ASU. For those reasons, Barrett strongly encourages all students to submit the FAFSA by ASU’s priority filing date.
Need help completing your FAFSA? Attend College Goal FAFSA events to get answers to your questions and receive assistance completing your FAFSA. ASU will host sites in Arizona as part of the College Goal FAFSA events taking place nationwide. Not from Arizona? Scroll down to the bottom of the Form Your Future website to view the resources in your state.
ASU financial aid representatives are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. For questions related to financial aid and scholarships, contact the ASU Student Financial Assistance Office at 855-278-5080. You may also utilize the Live Chat link found on the financial aid homepage to speak with a financial aid counselor.
Many Barrett students need to work in order to address educational and living expenses. Some feel that skills obtained from working complement academic performance and communicate to future employers an ability to succeed in a professional setting. The Honors Digest, a daily email sent to all Barrett students, is an excellent resource; check these emails daily for internships, research, employment, and many other opportunities. Students can also search for available jobs on the ASU Student Employment webpage. Finally, the honors advising staff helps to connect Barrett students with resources on and off campus. Once enrolled, honors college students should not hesitate to discuss employment opportunities with their honors advisor.
Resources for all students:
ASU offers numerous resources to support you in preparing your scholarship applications. Learn how to highlight your unique strengths and experiences and make your application stand out here.
In addition to the resources above, transfer students to ASU should explore the scholarships uniquely available to them.