University Fees

The University of Arizona charges additional fees approved by the Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) to enhance the students’ learning experiences for specific courses and academic programs. The University Fees website includes links to the ABOR policies and definitions regarding these fees, listings of the fees, general information, and forms for requesting fees.


Academic Fees

Consist of mandatory, program, class and other academic fees levied as a result of enrollment as a student in the university, in a program of the university, or in a class offered by the university.

Differential Tuition

Tuition that is higher or lower than the base tuition established for each university and applies to all graduate or undergraduate academic programs in a college, school or campus.

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Program Fees

Additional amounts charged to students in select degree programs within colleges, schools or departments, including honors colleges or programs, that demonstrate one or more of the following: higher costs of delivering instruction; the need for or use of special equipment, technology, or key personnel expenses; market conditions.

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Class Fees

Additional charges for specific classes or courses that have demonstrably higher costs of delivering instruction overall because of the need for or use of special equipment, supplies, technology, key personnel expenses, field trips or other costs approved by the board.

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Other Academic Fees

Other Academic Fees Levied as a Result of Enrollment are additional charges for special purposes that have demonstrably higher costs, such as administrative, orientations, penalty charges, etc.

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Non-Academic Fees

User fees levied not as the result of enrollment as a student in the university, in a program of the university, or in a class offered by the university. Examples include, parking, entry, extracurricular, graduation, copy and other administrative fees.

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