Components of the Estimated Cost of Attendance
The tuition expense shown on the COA is an estimated cost based on full-time enrollment of 24 credits for the fall and spring semesters combined; 12 fall and 12 spring. Please remember that you will be billed for the number of credits for which you are enrolled.
Basic fees are included in the COA. Actual fees may differ depending on whether you are enrolled in an on-line class, a lab class, or a specific fee required for your academic program.
|Room & Board||
Room and board may be either a direct or indirect cost depending on whether or not you live on campus.
|Books & Supplies||
The estimated amount for books and supplies is provided by the ASU-Beebe Bookstore. Your actual expenses may vary depending on your academic program requirements.
|Transportation & Personal Expenses||
These expenses are indirect costs that you will not be billed but are paid by you as they occur. Indirect cost vary based on a student’s needs, but are based on what is considered reasonable and modest in cost (gas, clothing, toiletries, etc).
|Direct Loan Fee||
This fee is only used when a student or parent borrows a Federal Direct Student Loan or PLUS Loan. This is an indirect cost.
The Cost of Attendance (COA) consists of estimated costs for students who attend ASU-Beebe. It helps the Financial Aid Office to determine financial need, the type of financial aid, and the amount of aid an eligible student may receive.
Cost of Attendance consists of direct and indirect costs:
- Direct Costs: Tuition, fees, room and board if living on campus. These cost are billed to your student account. If there are remaining funds after your direct cost are paid, books may be charged to your student account provided there are funds available to charge against.
- Indirect Costs: Books and supplies, transportation, room and board if living off campus, and personal expenses. These are expenses that you pay out-of-pocket.
The COA is based on full-time enrollment for nine months, 24 credits (12 credits for fall and 12 credits for spring).