– Deadlines Extended –

Due to the delay in FAFSA data being supplied to the University of Oregon, the UO is extending the confirmation deadline to June 1, 2024, for first-year students admitted for fall 2024. We are also extending the priority FAFSA filing deadline to April 1, 2024, for all UO students.

Cost of Attendance

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Cost of Attendance

Undergraduate students will pay the same fixed tuition rate for up to five years.

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2023-24 Estimated

Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

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Does not include the one-time matriculation fee of $510 for students beginning their first term at the UO. Read answers to frequently asked questions about the matriculation fee.

** Based on the average cost of a common type of room and standard meal plan. There is a live-on campus requirement for incoming first-year undergraduate students. Off-campus housing is estimated to cost $12,378 (monthly costs: housing $956; food $420).

2022-23 Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

2023-24 Estimated

Undergraduate Cost of Attendance

Resident Costs  
Tuition and Fees* $15,669
Living Expenses (On-Campus Housing and Food)** $15,840
UO Costs Total $31,509
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $1,320
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses $2,460
Transportation $432
Total Cost $35,721
Nonresident Costs  
Tuition and Fees* $43,302
Living Expenses (On-Campus Housing and Food)** $15,840
UO Costs Total $59,142
Books, Course Materials, Supplies, and Equipment $1,320
Miscellaneous Personal Expenses $2,460
Transportation $1,380
Total Cost $64,302

The undergraduate cost of attendance includes mandatory fees all students must pay. It is based on typical enrollment for new incoming undergraduates of 15 credits for each of three terms, totaling 45 credits per year. Visit UO Tuition and Fees for more information.

Requests for additional school-related expenses, such as childcare, purchasing a computer, or sole occupancy, are reviewed case-by-case.

Affordability and Value

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Why UO

Estimate Your Aid

The Net Price Calculator is a guide to assist in early financial planning for college. This calculator will provide a preliminary estimate of federal, state, and institutional aid eligibility.

Net Price Calculator

Estimate Your Costs

The estimated undergraduate cost of attendance above reflects the amount of money a typical undergraduate student is projected to need for school-related expenses during the academic year based on residency and degree program. Some costs, such as personal expenses for students who live off campus are difficult to project and vary from student to student. We recommend you create a budget to estimate your costs more precisely.

Create a Budget

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Work on Campus

Strengthen your résumé, meet your academic goals, and help fund your education through a work-study program or part-time employment. Jobs on campus are convenient, flexible, and are a great way to meet new people. Plus, many positions exist that relate to your major, interests, and skills.

Student Employment

Financial Wellness Center

The Financial Wellness Center will help you gain the confidence and knowledge you need to make smart financial decisions during and after college. It will help you understand budgeting, saving and investing, and credit management while helping you find scholarships and student loans. It will also help you become financially prepared before you take your next steps off campus.

Financial Wellness Center

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