For detailed tuition and fees, visit the Office of the Registrar's tuition and fees page.
According to U.S. law, international students are required to submit financial documents proving ability to pay for one year of study before the institution can send the student visa immigration documents. To meet this U.S. government requirement, most students submit a bank statement, certificate of deposit, scholarship award letter, or a combination of those three. The financial documents can be in any currency as long as it is equivalent to the amount below.
Total Estimated Expenses for Academic Year 2022–23
|EXPENSE||UNDERGRADUATE (in USD)|
|Tuition and fees (based on 15 credits)||$42,300|
|On-campus residence hall||$14,640|
|Educational and personal expenses||$3,552|
*Based on 9-month academic year and up to 15 credits per quarter.
General Information about Costs
The published cost of attendance is for the nine-month period from mid-September, when classes begin for the academic year, to mid-June, when they end. Students who are married or bringing families should allow for an additional $5,000 per academic year for a spouse, and $2,500 per academic year for each child. Information on housing costs is available from the University Housing office.
Paying Tuition and Fees
Tuition, fees, and UO housing charges are due at the beginning of each term. All fees must be paid in full by the date required. More information is available on the Student Accounting and Billing Information webpage.
Scholarship Information for International Students
The University of Oregon awards more than $5.1 million annually to international students studying on campus. More information, including scholarships for citizens of specific countries, is available on the Scholarships and Financial Aid for International Students webpage.