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Can you guys help me guess my cost?

metalhead1023metalhead1023 Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
edited January 2010 in Arizona State University
I want to house in a Frat. My guardian's income was absolutely nothing last year. That is what will be on my FAFSA $0. I am accepted to ASU but I defiantly do not qualify for any scholarships. I am from Nebraska so I will pay out-of-state tuition. So including housing, tuition, food, etc. So I guess my question is, can you you guys give me a rough estimate on how much I will have to pay.
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Replies to: Can you guys help me guess my cost?

  • sakalrsakalr Registered User Posts: 19 New Member
    ASU has a cost of attendance estimator that may help you. Although it only has a selection for the 2009-2010 school year right now, it will still be close. Housing rates and tuition will be slightly more expensive for next year, but it will still help you estimate the cost.
    Tuition and Cost of Attendance Estimator | Arizona State University
  • arabrabarabrab Registered User Posts: 5,961 Senior Member
    I think they're pretty strict about requiring freshmen (and now maybe sophs) to live on-campus; I'm not sure if frats count as on-campus housing. They do have quite a few housing options at very different rates.

    I'd guess next year's cost of attendance with campus housing for an out-of-state student will be $30K. If you have a 0 EFC, you'll certainly get Pell and maybe some other grants, but there could still be a very large gap to fill unless you have some other resources.
  • FindmepeteFindmepete Registered User Posts: 345 Member
    Pell Grant is $5500
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