Financial Options for a Three-Year Degree

All of SUU’s semesters follow the same tuition rate, with one notable exception: all undergraduate students receive the resident (in-state) tuition rate, regardless of whether you are an out-of-state student or not. This means that staying for summer semesters could save you a lot of money and help you finish your degree faster.

Using Federal Financial Aid

Federal financial aid awards (FAFSA) may be used during all academic semesters. Many students also have additional benefits available for fall, spring and summer semesters like grants, loans, or work study options.

SUU Financial Aid


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Explore Loan Counseling

For loan counseling or help determining if student loans are the best option to help fund your education, review SUU’s Loan Counseling information or contact the SUU Financial Aid Office.

Loan Counseling

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Scholarships Available

Scholarships may be available to students who meet certain eligibility requirements, such as transfer or returning students. A full list of current SUU scholarships is available from the SUU Financial Aid office.

Apply for Scholarships