A-State Online Tuition
A total of $40 in required fees is charged per credit hour. Find the breakdown below:
- Information Technology Fee: $10
- Library Fee: $6
- Academic Excellence Fee: $10
- Student Identity Compliance Fee: $10
- Access and Security Fee: $4
One-time graduation fee of $95 (post-graduate), $85 (graduate) or $60 (undergraduate) and non-refundable application fee of $50 for doctoral programs and $30 for all other programs and certificates may be applicable. Students may also incur a minimum $50 fee per Late Admission and per Late Course Addition. Late Admission fee must be posted by 5 p.m. CST.
All prices are subject to modification by the Board of Trustees for Arkansas State University. The university reserves the right to change the cost of tuition and fees at any time if such action is deemed necessary. The Arkansas State University System Faculty and Staff tuition waiver does not apply for any degrees offered through the Academic Partnerships initiative.
Payments can be made in three ways:
- Pay Online (MyBill) - pay with Credit Cards (2.95% service fee will apply to debit/credit card payments) or Bank Account (Web-check is a free option)
- Mail payment to our Office:
P.O. Box 2640
State University, AR 72467
Your course(s) must be paid for in full by the Payment deadline located here. Checks and any other forms of payment submitted via U.S. mail should be sent at least two weeks prior to the payment deadline. Payment plans are not an option for Academic Partnerships/A-State Online students.
If you are using third-party billing, please fill out the third-party billing form well before the payment due date.
Tuition Refund Rates and Rules
|Refund Rate||15-Week Courses||7-Week Courses||5-Week Courses|
|100%||1st-5th days of class||1st-2nd days of class||1st-2nd days of class|
|75%||6th-10th days of class||3rd-4th days of class||3rd-4th days of class|
Tuition Grant/Scholarship Eligibility
To maintain eligibility for any grant/scholarship awarded through the Academic Partnerships program, in addition to any academic standard, students must remain continuously enrolled in courses through program completion.