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  1. Tuition and state support are the two main sources of revenue that pay for the bulk of the university’s operating costs, including faculty and staff salaries; classrooms and libraries; academic advising, information technology, facilities, fundraising, admissions, human resources, and around $60 million in financial aid and scholarships that help ensure UO remains accessible to every qualified Oregonian who wants to attend.

  2. The University of Oregon strives to keep tuition increases as low as possible, but the costs of operating a world-class research institution continue to increase every year. Tuition and fees are based on residency, student classification (undergraduate, graduate, law, etc.) and the number of credits enrolled. Course-specific fees may also apply.

  3. Personal Expenses. $2,325. Travel Expenses. $1,383. Total Cost. $61,275. * Tuition and fees are based on typical undergraduate enrollment of 15 credits for fall, winter, and spring terms, totaling 45 credits per year. The estimate includes the mandatory fees all students must pay except the one-time matriculation fee.

  4. As of summer 2020, the University of Oregon will transition from a standard undergraduate tuition and fee structure to a Guaranteed Tuition Program under which students will know the cost of their education for at least 5 years. Both tuition and mandatory enrollment fees (other than the Incidental Fee) will be included in the guaranteed structure.

  5. Tuition and Fees Based on enrollment of 15 credits per term (45 credits per year); does not include matriculation fee (see below) $14,421: $40,464: On-Campus Housing Average cost of a common type of room and middle meal plan: $13,509: $13,509: Books and Supplies: $1,158: $1,158: Personal Expenses: $2,196: $2,196: Transportation: $372: $1,308: Estimated Total: $31,656: $58,635

  6. University of Oregon tuition and fees are based on residency, student classification (undergraduate, graduate, etc.) and the number of credits enrolled. Non-Admitted (CEP) tuition and fees are based on residency, course level, and the number of credits enrolled. Mandatory enrollment fee amounts and descriptions are detailed below.

  7. Tuition and fees for admitted students are based on residency, student classification (undergraduate, graduate, etc.), major, the number of credits enrolled, and the first term enrolled, with exceptions for students enrolled in joint baccalaureate/graduate programs where tuition is assessed by course level rather than student level.

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