CTAS recently rolled it out its new projections for 2022/23 academic year costs and will be sharing information on individual colleges here as a recurring feature. Similar information for over 3,000 2- and 4-year schools is available at the corporate CTAS site.
The first post presents projected costs for the University of Arizona in Tucson.
University of Arizona costs are significantly affected by GPA, through the Wildcats Tuition Awards process. Out-of-state students with a high school GPA of 3.9+ are eligible for $30-35k in merit aid. UArizona had an acceptance rate of 85% in 2020.
Fun fact: The university recently shifted its abbreviation from UA to UArizona for search word optimization reasons.
Assumes continuous enrollment and graduation in 2 (Associate) or 4 (Bachelor’s) years. Calculations include forecast cost changes across future years.
These projections represent estimates and are not a commitment either by CTAS or the applicable colleges. Figures are rounded to the $500 avoid false specificity. Disclaimer: These financial estimates represent informational projections that will change over time. They do not represents promises or commitments by CTAS or the colleges themselves. Final net cost numbers will differ from these estimates for many reasons, including changes to economic trends and decisions by the colleges both about their own policy and enrollment as well as decisions about individual students. We take pride in our numbers so, if you believe any of them need to be corrected, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work with you to resolve the issue.
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