Cost & Scholarships

Tuition / Scholarships / Financial Aid

Great Education Great Price

Beginning in Summer 2020, undergraduate students attending Utah State University Blanding, Moab, Eastern and surrounding centers will have a new way of being charged tuition. Students at those campuses who have 65 or fewer credits (including concurrent, transfer, and AP credits) at the time which registration opens will be charged a lower tuition rate than other campuses in the statewide system. Students with more than 65 credits will be charged the standard tuition rate as other Utah State campuses.

Failing grades, repeats, withdraws and/or remedial courses do not count toward earned credits. Credits that have not been received or applied to your USU transcript are not considered earned credits. They will count as earned credits once they are officially applied to your USU transcript.

USU Southeast Campuses Tuition & Fees

Tuition and fees per semester at Moab, Blanding and Eastern campuses. See the 2020-2021 tuition & fees table for more information.
Undergraduate Utah Resident Nonresident
6 Credits 12-18 Credits 6 Credits 12-18 Credits
65 credits and under $1,206 $2,184 $3,013 $5,798
More than 65 credits $2,153 $3,729 $6,278 $11,202
Graduate
All courses $2,488 $4,335 $7,969 $14,265

Career and Technical Education Tuition & Fees

Career and technical education tuition is based on the program, course and number of credits earned. Please talk to an academic advisor to help determine the cost of your chosen program.

Not all programs are available at all campuses.

Be sure to check the specific degree listings for your campus.

Financial Assistance

Scholarships

General Admissions Scholarships

The Admissions Office has many scholarships for which you may be eligible. These are USU system-wide awards and are protable across all USU campuses. Review them to see if you qualify.

General Admissions Scholarships

Comprehensive Scholarship Review

Incoming freshmen who are unable to take the ACT/SAT may request a personal comprehensive scholarship review. Learn more.

Additional Scholarships

The Utah State University Scholarship Office is dedicated to assisting students throughout their college careers by identifying resources to assist with educational expenses, coordination of funding from various resources and providing the highest quality of service. Visit this website for more information on additional scholarship resources. Deadlines vary.

Additional Scholarships

Award Spring Scholarships

Award Spring houses various scholarships from many departments, including all Statewide Campuses, within USU. Register one time and you will automatically be considered for all scholarships you qualify for based on your information. If any require more materials, you will be given more instructions.

Award Spring Scholarships

Scholarships

General Admissions Scholarships

The Admissions Office has many scholarships for which you may be eligible. These are USU system-wide awards and are protable across all USU campuses. Review them to see if you qualify.

General Admissions Scholarships

Comprehensive Scholarship Review

Incoming freshmen who are unable to take the ACT/SAT may request a personal comprehensive scholarship review. Learn more.

Award Spring Scholarships

Award Spring houses various scholarships from many departments, including all Statewide Campuses, within USU. Register one time and you will automatically be considered for all scholarships you qualify for based on your information. If any require more materials, you will be given more instructions.

Award Spring Scholarships

Blanding Campus Scholarships

Listed below are scholarship awarded from USU Blanding. Please select a scholarship and read the details to determine your eligibility.

Scholarships

General Admissions Scholarships

The Admissions Office has many scholarships for which you may be eligible. Students who apply to USU will automatically be considered for academic scholarships. These are USU system-wide awards and are protable across all USU campuses. Review to see if you are eligible for other general admissions scholarships.

General Admissions Scholarships

Comprehensive Scholarship Review

Incoming freshmen who are unable to take the ACT/SAT may request a personal comprehensive scholarship review. Learn more.

Award Spring Scholarships

Award Spring houses various scholarships from many departments, including all Statewide Campuses, within USU. Register one time and you will automatically be considered for all scholarships you qualify for based on your information. If any require more materials, you will be given more instructions.

Award Spring Scholarships

Eastern Campus Scholarships

Listed below are scholarship awarded from USU Eastern. Please select a scholarship and read the details to determine your eligibility.

Scholarship Information

Please visit the scholarship website for full information.

If you have concerns or questions about scholarships please contact the scholarship office at (435) 613-5256 or easternscholarships@usu.edu.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

For most students these lower tuition rates will not impact their financial aid eligibility. Lower tuition rates will affect a student’s cost of attendance, and could decrease loan eligibility for some students. Pell grant amounts remain the same for both tuition rates.

Financial aid generally comes in the form of grants, loans and work study. Grants are awarded by the government. Students must complete the FAFSA using USU's FAFSA code: 003677.

Loans can be awarded by various entities including the government and banks.

Financial Aid Information

Please visit the financial aid website for full information about grants, loans and other related topics.

If you have concerns or questions about your financial aid please contact the financial aid office at (435) 797-0173 or financialaid@usu.edu.

If you have concerns or questions about your financial aid please contact the financial aid office at (435) 678-8159 or financialaid@usu.edu.

If you have concerns or questions about your financial aid please contact the financial aid office at (435) 613-5323 or financialaid@usu.edu.

Finish Faster, Pay Less Per Credit

Check Your Eligibility

Check to see if you are eligible for Southeast tuition today by reviewing your transcript. Credits that have not been received or applied to transcript do not count toward earned hours until they are officially on your USU Transcript.

Request Information

If you have questions or concerns regarding these changes please contact your academic advisor or fill out our contact form.

Tuition Payment

Once you have registered for the upcoming semester, you are required to pay all tuition and fees by that semester’s deadline. USU uses TouchNet, an online service where you can view bills, make payments, and manage your account any time. You can also set up an authorized user, like a parent or guardian, to access your account and make payments on your behalf. You can also pay in person at the Registrar’s Office with cash or check.

Deadlines

Tuition is due upon registration. If you fail to pay your tuition by one of the tuition deadlines, you may be dropped from your classes and any waitlists you may be on. This is known as the nonpayment drop.

Students with an outstanding balance at a late payment deadline will incur a $100 late payment fee. Pay your balance in full or get on a payment plan prior to late payment deadlines to avoid late fees.

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