Budget and Fiscal Planning

Oregon State University

2017-2018 Tuition & Mandatory Fee Recommendations

The University Budget Committee (UBC), including student representatives from Corvallis and Cascades and input from the Student Budget Advisory Council (SBAC) has reviewed the tuition and mandatory fee rates for Oregon State University and recommends the changes included in the Tuition & Fee Recommendations for 2017-2018. Summer rates recommended are for summer term, 2018. A review of frequently asked questions are provided.

Welcome to the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning

The Budget Office...

  • Prepares and allocates OSU's Education & General Funds Budget
  • Provides collaborative budgetary assistance for all administrative, academic, research & public services units

  • Prepares and distributes financial statements and reports

  • Is home to the Business Intelligence Center

The Budget Office enables informed decisions and promotes sound use of public resources. This is accomplished through operational budgeting, which aligns with the mission and goals of Oregon State University.

Online Systems

Business Intelligence Center Systems

The Business Intelligence Center provides web-based applications to serve the business needs of Oregon State University. These applications are the product of ongoing collaboration between financial managers at all levels, faculty and principal investigators, and the university Foundation.

Available from anywhere in the world, these applications provide financial information to our global campus community. Secured systems require authentication through OSU's Central Authentication System login.

  • Grant Reporting System (GRS) (login)
  • Provides principal investigators (PI's), co-PI's, grant accountants and business managers with the current financial status of grant funds.
  • Grant Reporting System Help Documents: PI Notification (pdf) - Locate/Login & Reading Reports (PDF)
  • OSU Foundation Systems - Visit the BIC website for more information

  • Report Center - Dashboards and reports published by the Office of Budget and Fiscal Planning.

Please note, the origianal budget look up system was permanently deactivated Friday, July 1, 2016, and moved to CORE. If you are a frequent user of the Budget Reports by Index, login to CORE (all OSU employees have access to the reporting system).

  • Facilities Work Orders - Information now available in two CORE Reports, Facilities Summary by ORG-Index (FAC0002) & Index Work Order Summary (FAC0001)

Budget & Fiscal Planning System


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Management Reports

 

 

Annual Operating Budget
for Education & General Funds

FY2017 FY2016 FY2015 FY2014
FY2013 FY2012 FY2011 FY2010
FY2009 FY2008    

 

 

Annual Operating Budget

The Oregon State University Annual Operating Budget book, know as the Orange Book, is prepared and published annually by the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning with contributions from other units at OSU. The Orange Book provides the university community an accessible summary of the budget for all OSU major organizations and details of the Education & General Funds budget for the fiscal year. In addition to current fiscal year information, there are numerous charts and graphs reflecting 10 years of progress at Oregon State University.

Monthly Financial Reports

Monthly reports prepared by the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning are for the Education & General Funds (E&G), Statewide Public Services (SWPS) and Auxiliary Operations. The SWPS include the Agricultural Experiment Station, Extension Service and the Forestry Research Labs. Auxiliary operations includes University Housing & Dining (UHDS), Student Centers & Activities, Athletics, Student Health Services and Counseling & Psychcological Services (CAPS), Parking, OSU-Cascades Auxiliaries and other Miscellaneous operations. These fiscal year monthly financial reports summarize the monthly revenues and expenses, and additionally offer comparison to the prior fiscal year.

FY2017 Monthly Reports as of February 28, 2017

Education & General Funds/SWPS
Auxiliary Operations

 

Prior Years Final Monthly Reports

FY2016
E&G/SWPS
Auxiliaries
FY2015
E&G/SWPS
Auxiliaries 
FY2014
FY2013 FY2012 FY2011
FY2010 FY2009 FY2008

Quarterly Financial Reports

Quarterly financial reports support fiscal transparency for the Education & General Funds, Statewide Public Services, and the Auxiliary & Service Center operations at Oregon State University. The reports include summary financial data for operating funds, revenues, expenses and transfers, and fund balances as of the fiscal quarter end date. In addition, comparisons are made between current fiscal quarter revenue and expense projections and the prior year fiscal quarter revenue and expense actuals. The quarterly reports, intended for internal management purposes, are prepared following the close of fiscal quarters ending September 30, December 31 and March 31. An annual report for the fiscal year end is prepared in lieu of a fourth quarter report.

Fiscal Year End Financial Reports,
July 1 through June 30

The fiscal year end financial reports include details for revenues, expenses, transfers and fund balances for the Education & General Program, Statewide Public Services, Auxiliary Operations, Service Center Operations and including supplemental schedules. Financial statements include the final fiscal year end balance sheets, operating and cash flow statements and comparisons with results from the previous fiscal year.

Fiscal Year End Annual Financial Reports

2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Annual Reports

Fiscal Year End Reports, July 1 through June 30

The fiscal year end Management Reports are unaudited financial statements which have been prepared for internal management purposes, providing a summary of all operating funds. Detailed information on revenues, expenses, transfers and fund balances for the Education & General Program, Statewide Public Services, Auxiliary Operations, Service Center Operations and supplemental schedules are included. The report includes fisal year end balance sheets, operating and cash flow statements and comparisons with results with the previous fiscal year. All reports are provided in a portable document file (pdf) format.

2016 2015 2014 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

Monthly Reports

Monthly reports prepared by the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning are for the Education & General Funds (E&G), Statewide Public Services (SWPS) and Auxiliary Operations. The SWPS include the Agricultural Experiment Station, Extension Service and the Forestry Research Labs. Auxiliary operations includes University Housing & Dining (UHDS), Student Centers & Activities, Athletics, Student Health Services and Counseling & Psychcological Services (CAPS), Parking, OSU-Cascades Auxiliaries and other Miscellaneous operations. These fiscal year monthly financial reports summarize the monthly revenues and expenses, and additionally offer comparison to the prior fiscal year. These reports are unaudited and intended for management purposes only. Reports are provided in a portable document file (pdf) format.

FY2017 Monthly as of November 30, 2016

Education & General Funds/SWPS

Auxiliary Operations

 

Prior Years Final Monthly Reports

FY2016
E&G/SWPS
Auxiliary

2015
E&G/SWPS
Auxiliary
2014 2013 2012
2011 2010 2009 2008 2007

 

 

 

 

Initial Budget Comparison

Oregon State University - Education & General Fund

Initial Budgets by Organization - Fiscal Years 2010 through 2017 (pdf)

 

  FY2010 FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017
Institutional Management 31,853,153 40,799,807 36,046,051 34,261,875 47,123,826 44,582,705 67,984,800 59,169,706
Instruction &Research                
Agricultural Sciences 8,064,310 8,163,744 10,884,480 14,752,659 17,802,359 18,962,849 19,812,267 20,528,931
Business 7,695,484 8,957,348 10,356,421 15,653,385 17,263,337 18,351,735 19,693,889 20,608,259
Engineering 27,427,613 29,194,234 31,204,652 36,716,534 40,824,273 46,175,012 51,433,285 57,240,954
Forestry 3,443,308 3,427,316 3,692,857 5,196,711 5,868,404 6,148,561 8,027,878 8,135,883
Public Health & Human Sciences 12,681,256 13,636,189 15,333,182 15,824,178 17,160,537 17,819,580 18,483,042 19,973,639
Education 2,310,971 2,383,809 2,251,454 4,419,334 4,696,366 4,792,328 4,719,068 4,791,672
Liberal Arts 21,290,570 22,278,323 24,305,666 33,654,157 36,342,480 37,873,962 39,436,917 41,762,095
Oceanic & Atmospheric Sciences 6,892,964 6,497,360 6,418,632 11,109,594 12,392,425 13,416,255 13,682,346 14,381,039
Pharmacy 6,986,779 8,249,537 8,943,623 9,673,555 10,045,478 11,306,315 11,646,038 12,573,591
Science 26,671,742 28,642,722 30,374,339 31,717,498 33,155,791 35,239,186 38,015,942 38,789,621
Veterinary Medicine 17,003,111 17,781,285 17,494,408 18,966,715 20,352,832 21,366,657 23,159,598 24,513,720
Summer Session 765,462 1,140,153 531,237 1,564,571 1,638,647 1,602,192 500,000 541,124
University Honors College 1,327,766 1,455,197 1,638,768 1,833,348 1,873,144 2,067,913 2,156,595 2,438,816
Extended Campus 4,813,959 6,376,754 7,760,828 9,020,354 12,603,768 13,583,964 15,772,348 18,785,225
Extended Camp-Allocation to Dept 10,304,526 15,291,154 19,703,444 6,118,822 8,217,983 4,537,466    
Extended Camp-Productivity Dist. 946,275 946,275 946,275          
Research Equipment Reserve 2,320,000 2,560,000 2,800,000 3,040,000 2,800,000 2,800,000 2,300,000 3,160,000
International Programs-OSU 3,672,095 4,181,924 4,544,770 5,414,567 5,494,404 6,080,000 5,964,080 5,275,284
University Libraries 10,064,123 10,308,401 10,607,948 10,964,473 11,655,072 12,747,431 13,207,266 13,841,842
Research (Ctrs/Institutes/Pgms) 8,146,745 7,855,927 9,767,448 9,888,670 10,265,875 10,427,716 10,959,977 11,252,786
Instruction & Research Total 182,829,059 199,327,652 219,560,432 245,529,125 270,453,175 285,299,122 298,970,536 318,594,481
Service, Support, and Management                
Office of the President 3,166,384 3,031,384 3,379,626 4,461,216 5,173,374 7,256,286 7,976,795 9,553,475
University Relations & Marketing 2,399,383 2,379,383 2,894,383 2,544,642 2,449,724 2,787,029 2,886,029 3,525,549
Provost 563,201 563,201 943,201 975,561 965,805 1,020,572 1,021,322 1,348,336
Provost - Pass-through 993,834 1,123,834 943,834 1,770,434 1,756,480 1,988,957 2,063,957 2,608,064
Enrollment Management           8,531,373 8,786,209 9,115,652
Undergraduate Studies             2,843,259 3,284,582
Academic Affairs 3,874,160 3,980,553 5,005,768 5,530,702 5,412,997 5,743,040 2,924,110 3,349,220
Information Services 9,022,266 9,196,820 9,731,922 10,196,499 12,114,664 11,200,468 11,785,851 12,834,823
Graduate School 1,996,180 1,822,336 3,357,458 3,897,892 3,946,393 4,229,882 4,813,218 5,026,800
Outreach & Engagement           740,618 740,618 766,279
Research Administration 1,950,838 1,950,838 1,950,838 2,366,874 4,323,205 5,052,606 7,163,992 7,445,568
Student Affairs 9,937,678 10,218,275 11,816,894 12,625,232 13,318,507 6,893,525 6,997,093 7,456,361
University Business Centers 5,825,158 7,672,569 7,724,087 8,802,183 8,992,468 10,606,289 11,091,506 11,661,163
Finance and Administration 8,060,721 8,610,305 9,210,392 10,493,212 13,043,210 22,014,369 21,712,135 22,699,620
Facilities Services 10,814,301 12,303,825 12,440,792 13,839,770 15,697,715 16,946,162 13,776,985 15,221,563
Risk Management             2,893,594 3,279,766
Capital Planning & Development             2,188,896 2,007,330
Energy Operations 10,504,565 10,539,565 10,689,565 10,520,315 10,420,962 10,692,006 11,661,747 11,936,908
Athletics 2,125,000 2,500,000 7,485,000 4,000,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 4,000,000 4,000,000
Service, Support, & Mgmt. Total 71,233,669 75,892,888 87,573,760 92,024,532 100,615,504 119,703,182 127,327,316 137,121,059
Total Educational & General Budget 285,915,881 316,020,347 343,180,243 371,815,532 418,192,505 449,585,009 494,282,652 514,885,246

 

 

Annual Academic & Research Budget & Graphs

 
 

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FOAPA

Oregon State University Chart of Accounts & FOAPA Element Requests

F-O-A-P-A (Fund-Organization-Account-Program-Activity)

Structural changes to the chart and requests for additions, changes (including reactivations), and terminations of the following Banner chart elements are coordinated through the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning, in cooperation with Business Affairs and the Research Office/OPAA:

CHART ELEMENT

APPLICABLE RANGE

REQUEST FORM
Funds

Fund Types (FT)  include Budgeted Operations, Designated Operations, Service Departments, Auxiliaries, Endowments, Valuation Reserves and Agency Funds.

Excludes Restricted1 and Plant2 Funds.

use the Chart Element Request forms below

Organizations (Orgs) All Organization Codes, including HRIS "Major" Orgs. use the Chart Element Request forms below
Accounts All Account Codes  Account Code Request Form
Programs All Program Codes use the Chart Element Request forms below
Activity Codes

All Activity Codes

Online Activity Code Input System (OACIS)

Instructions for using OACIS - User Instructions (pdf)

Index Codes

All Index Codes for Fund-Org-Program combinations of the above Elements (excludes Restricted1 and Plant2 Funds).

For "Index only" use the Chart Element Request forms below. Otherwise, include on the same request form with the pertinent Fund, Org or Program.

1Restricted (FT3x): Contact the Research Office/Office of Post Award Administration for assistance.

2Plant (FT8x): Contact Capital Planning & Development for assistance.

CHART ELEMENT REQUEST FORMS:

Chart Element New and Change Requests - FOAPA Chart Element Request Form (xlsx)

Chart Element Termination Requests - FY2017 Chart Element Termination Form (xlsx) with look up enabled

Send your completed forms to FOAPA Chart of Accounts, 510 Kerr Administration Building.

 

University Budget Committee

 

The University Budget Committee (UBC) is one of the advisory committees under the leadership of the Provost and Executive Vice President. The UBC members are appointed by the Provost, with input from the Vice President for Finance and Administration. Each year, the Provost charges the UBC with a specific agenda for the coming year.  The UBC contributes an independent point of view to central university budgeting, and monitors central budgeting on the timeliness, regularity, visibility, and accuracy of its reports.

University Budget Committee Membership

FY2017 Committee Members

Committee Chair: John Killefer, Department Head - College of Agricultural Sciences, Department of Animal & Rangeland Sciences

Scott Ashford, Dean - College of Engineering

Sherm Bloomer, Director - Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning, (Ex-Officio, non-voting)

Susie Brubaker-Cole, Vice Provost - Division of Student Affairs

Bob Cowen, Director - Hatfield Marine Science Center

Jennifer Brown, Vice Provost & Dean - Graduate School

Dan Edge, Associate Dean - College of Agricultural Sciences

Kate Hunter-Zaworski, Chair - Budgets & Fiscal Planning Committee (Faculty Senate)

Mark Johnson, Manager - Arts & Sciences Business Center

Denise Lach, Director - College of Liberal Arts, School of Public Policy

Jordyn Langeliers, Vice President - Associated Students of OSU-Cascades

Ginny Lesser, Chair - College of Science, Statistics Department

Andres Lopez, PhD student - Applied Anthropology (Graduate Student Representative)

Steven Miller, Co-Chair - Student Budget Advisory Council

Mackenzie Olson, Director of Operations - Associated Students of OSU-Corvallis

Kate Peterson, Associate Provost - Office of Enrollment Management

Jasen Phillips, Co-Chair - Student Budget Advisory Council

Christian Schuster, Senator - Associated Students of OSU-Corvallis

Kelly Sparks, Associate Vice President for Finance & Strategic Planning - OSU-Cascades

Lisa Templeton, Interim Associate Provost - Extended Campus

UBC Information

The University Budget Committee (UBC) is one of the advisory committees under the leadership of the Provost and Executive Vice President. UBC members are appointed by the Provost, with input from the Vice President for Finance and Administration (VPFA).

The service terms of individual members will be staggered to assure renewal and continuity within the UBC. The committee membership will be comprised of

  • Two Deans and one Vice Provost who provide representation of instruction, research, and support services, identified by the Provost
  • A Budget Manager from an administrative or academic unit to be selected by the Provost
  • A Representative from Student Affairs who is identified by Vice Provost for Student Affairs
  • Representative from the Faculty Senate Budgets & Fiscal Planning Committee (this individual is most likely the committee chair)
  • Faculty Senate President or Past President
  • Faculty-at-Large appointed by the current President of the Faculty Senate
  • Representative from Centers and Institutes
  • Representative from OSU-Cascades
  • Graduate student identified by the Dean & Vice Provost from the Graduate School
  • Student appointed by ASOSU President
  • Student identified by the ASCC President
  • Director of Budget & Fiscal Planning (Ex Officio, non-voting)

The UBC is advisory to the Provost and the Vice President for Finance and Administration. Each year, the Provost will charge the UBC with a specific agenda for the coming year. A regular meeting schedule for the UBC to meet with the Vice President for Finance & Administration or their designated representative. The UBC will contribute an independent point of view to central university budgeting, and will monitor central budgeting on the timeliness, regularity, visibility, and accuracy of its reports.

There is an expectation that UBC members represent the best interests of the University, not advocate for individual units. The UBC serves in an advisory capacity only, therefore, makes recommendations but does not have authority or responsibility for decisions. Committee members are asked to commit to active and engaged participation, including attendance at regularly scheduled meetings.

Student Budget Advisory Council

Council Purpose

The purpose of the Student Budget Advisory Council is to improve communication between students and the administration about issues regarding university finances and budgeting. The Council provides an opportunity for students to learn about the operations of the university and its finances, to provide ideas and perspectives, and to grow communication between various student communities and the university administration on matters relating to the university budget and financial planning.

Budget Development Resources

Budget Development Resources


FY2017 Budget Development Resources

FY2017 Budget Guidelines

Other Payroll Expense (OPE) Estimation Tables

The Other Payroll Expense (OPE) tables are provided for your use in estimating expense during budget development. These amounts are based on the most recent payroll tax expense information available to the Budget Office. As OPE rates change, these tables are updated. Please feel free to contact the Budget Office if you have questions - 541-737-4121.

OPE Tables

Budget Development, Changes & Projections

Oregon State University, Annual Budget Process

  1. Budget development begins with input from the University Budget Committee, Office of Enrollment Management, Provost's Council and the Faculty Senate Executive Committee.

  2. Projections developed using Oregon University System (OUS) annual allocations, multi-year enrollment projection plans and projections for research, grant and contract activities.

  3. Projections for all inputs analyzed with preliminary budget plans changing as enrollment stablizes and planning assumptions evolve.

Early Summer: Annual Budget is communicated to campus constituents

Late Summer: Final version of the annual budget is reviewed and approved by the President, prior to publication and distribution by the Office of Budget & Fiscal Planning.

Fall: Comprehesive annual Budget Book (Orange Book) is published and distributed.

Budget Development & Change Instructions & Forms - Questions? Contact Karen Meador

Budget Change Request Forms

Budget Forecast Forms - Questions? Contact Cindy Alexis

Quarterly Budget Projection Templates (.xlsx)

 

Self Supporting Operations

Self Supporting Units

The Budget Office is responsible for coordinating and uploading self supporting unit budgets, and for compiling, analyzing and reporting projections quarterly. This page provides the information, instructions and forms necessary for preparing self supporting unit budgets and projections. 

What is a Self Supporting Unit?

Auxiliary Enterprises: An Auxiliary Enterprise is a self-sustaining unit which provides goods or services primarily to students, faculty, and staff as individuals.  It charges a fee directly related to, although not necessarily equal to, the cost of the goods or services. The general public may be served incidentally by auxiliary enterprises. Examples of Auxiliary Enterprises at OSU include University Housing & Dining Services, Athletics, Student Health Services and Parking. FIS 517: Auxiliary Enterprises

Service Center Operations:  A Service Center is a self-sustained activity which provides goods or services to the academic university community.  No more than 20% of revenue may be from external sales. Examples of Service Centers at OSU include Telecom, Printing & Mailing, Motor Pool and Suplus Property. FIS 516: Service Center Operations

Designated Operations: A Designated Operation is a self-sustaining activity related to instruction and public service where 80% or greater of the revenue is derived from external sources. Examples include non-credit instruction portion of field trips and international education, community education (non-credit conferences, workshops, seminars) and public service (testing services). FIS 515 Designated Operations

Self Supporting Unit - Templates

Budget Projection Templates

Auxiliary Enterprises Quarterly Forecast Template (xlsx)

Service Center Quarterly Forecast Template (xlsx)

Designated Operations Quarterly Forecast Template (xlsx)

Royalties Quarterly Forecast Template (xlsx)

 

 

Budget - Rebasing Analysis

Rebasing Analysis

"It is now time for the University and the colleges (and the faculty, staff, and students) to ask whether or not the current budget process is serving the purposes of the strategic plan effectively. My own preference, based on my experience, is for us to seriously consider re-basing budgets. Similarly, we must develop a process to review central expenses and to determine if they are cost effective. Finally, I believe that each college should have an explicit budget allocation model of its own that is developed through a consultative process led by the Dean. The budget process should be open, and the resulting budgets should be transparent. The budget process is not an end in itself; it is a tool for implementing institutional decisions and strategies. Now that we have well defined University and unit strategic plans we can carefully assess changing current budget practices." Edward J Ray, From Plans to Actions

A Smarter Way to Pay for Higher Education - Edward J. Ray

Budget Rebasing: Process and Outcomes - Provost Sabah Randhawa & Vice President for Finance & Administration Mark McCambridge, April 2006

FY12 Rebasing Results (pdf)       FY11 Rebasing Results (pdf)     FY10 Rebasing Results (pdf)  FY09 Rebasing Results (pdf)

FY08 Rebasing Results (pdf)     FY07 Rebasing Results (pdf)     FY06 Rebasing Results (pdf)

 

CORE

Cooperative Open Reporting Environment (CORE)

NEW - Business Intelligence Center News (blog)CORE Update-4/27/2016 Link

Current business intelligence tools no longer meet the evolving business needs of the University.

The Cooperative Open Reporting Environment (CORE) Initiative establishes a new way of working at OSU by guiding the development of a university-wide reporting environment that supports the University strategic plan and operations.

Ultimately, the CORE team is ensuring that the OSU community has access to consistent, timely data for analysis and reporting. Meanwhile, the existing Data Warehouse solution will continue to be supported for a period of time after the new CORE Data Warehouse is up and running.

All OSU employees have access to CORE reports and dashboards.  Access is granted automatically when an employment record is entered into Banner.  Employee Security Access level is based on each individual's employment classification or Job Profile. 

CORE Security is divided into three major divisions, Student (STU1 through STU5), Finance (FIN1 through FIN4), and HR (HR1 through HR4).   Employment classification or Job Profile access levels are determined by the data area Data Steward.  To more closely reflect a current employee’s security access level, HR and FIN access levels incorporate overrides based on current Banner access security groups.  Student data access levels are based on job classification/profile.

FERPA:  Access to student reports requiring security access STU2 through STU5, requires the user complete the OSU FERPA Tutorial, Link. Follow the tutorial instructions and submit the certificate of completion to the Registrar's Office so your security access can be elevated to the applicable level. Completion of the FERPA Tutorial must be on file in your training record (located in Banner) in order for it to be considered complete.

 Link to CORE

 CORE Universe Orb

OSU Budget Model

Oregon State University ~ Shared Responsibility Budget Model

OSU’s process for the allocation of the Corvallis-campus Education and General budget has developed over many years through the addition of new kinds of revenues, incentives, and distribution models. There is consensus that the budget process should change.

 The goals of this shared responsibility budget process are to:

  • Align the budget allocation process to support and advance the three goals of the University’s strategic plan
  • Recognize the diverse academic missions of OSU’s colleges and centers
  • Promote interdisciplinary and collaborative teaching, research, and outreach, and further OSU’s culture of collaboration and cooperation
  • Make sure the University is financially sound and can make the long-term investments required for success

The new budget process should:

  • Link budget clearly to the programs and results delivered by academic units
  • Be transparent and consultative, understandable by all members of the University community, and consistent with OSU’s commitment to shared governance
  • Recognize that success in teaching, research, and outreach requires strong service, support, and facilities services
  • Encourage financial decision making and entrepreneurship at the local level to align decisions with OSU’s strategic goals
  • Be equitable and predictable, allowing unit leadership to plan for the future
  • Keep the university and all of its components financially healthy
  • Define clear responsibilities for where different kinds of costs are managed so that decisions are made at the appropriate level
  • Use metrics that are accurate, easy to understand, and easy to measure for all units, and provide information and processes that help units manage their resources and advance their mission

Additional Information:

Shared Responsibility Budgeting

FY2016 Shared Responsibility Budgeting - Draft (Multiple Page Excel Workbook)

Coming Soon: FY2017 Shared Responsibility Budgeting

Note: Worksheets in Budgeting workbook may not be formatted for printing.

 

Budget Model image

 

 

Budget Model FAQ's

Budget Model Frequently Asked Questions

Why “Shared Responsibility”?

The University Budget Committee and the Provost’s Council did not feel that a pure Responsibility Centered Management[1] (RCM) budget model would fit OSU’s culture and needs.  They endorsed a hybrid approach that used elements of RCM budgeting but that encouraged collaborative decisions about revenue generation, investments in services and academic programs, and the development of cross-unit collaboration.  The model attempts to clearly show the relation of budget allocations to the work of academic delivery units; activities of service, support, and management units; and strategic, executive, and financial stability requirements.

What’s going to be different for my unit?

The budget model is intended to provide clear links between budget allocations and program outcomes or services.  Budget allocations to academic units are linked to measures such as student credit hours or degrees.  Allocations for service and support units are based on measures of people or outcomes provided.   This approach should help units assess the best approach for their unit and to explain the role of their unit to the larger campus community.

How will this change the resources my dean or director has?

The model would be phased in over a period of time, so some changes might take a couple years to show up.  If a college adds a new course delivery or increases graduation rates or a support unit is approved for an adjustment in their per measure allocation the changes will show up in the next fiscal year.

So this budget model is what’s going to happen?

No, the FY15 version was for discussion and comment by the university community.   The Provost’s Council has endorsed the overall approach, but the specific details of the model, the relative weighting of factors, and the timing of implementation needed work.

The FY16 version has addressed some of those issues and provides detailed data for units to review.  The data has enough complexities and the change of approach is significant enough that the model likely needs to be phased in over 2-3 years.  The Provost’s Council is discussing an appropriate approach.

Does this mean now every unit has to make money?

No, the model specifically allocates a community support reserve and establishes floor funding to recognize the cross-unit subsidies necessary to maintain a strong, comprehensive research university.

How does this align with President Ray’s comments that the next ten years have to be different than the last ten years?

Enrollment in Corvallis is going to slow as OSU approaches 28,000 students living in the community, the projections for Oregon high school graduates remain fairly flat, and competition for non-resident students increases nationally.  Creating the revenues needed to meet our strategic aspirations will require new approaches.

The budget model has been developed to allow the creation of incentives for new ways of developing delivery of our degree programs and finding new participants in higher education.  Some of those innovations could include:

Growing our international student population

  • Encouraging community college or transfer students to finish four-year degrees
  • Providing pathways for adult learners to complete degrees
  • Creating certificates or professional graduate training that meet critical needs for adult students and employers
  • Expanding alternative delivery of our degrees and programs through E-campus or at off site locations

Budget Model Data

Discipline Weights

OSU Differential Tuition

FY2016 Differential Tuition Calculations (Excel)

Projections used to estimate FY2016 Actuals

FY2016 Projections for SCH & Degrees will be utilized to inform FY2017 Budgeting.

Workbook includes tabs for Credit Hours, Degrees & Ecampus (Excel)

Productivy Data Sets

Degrees Awarded

Degrees

Student Credit Hours

Tuition & Fees

 

 

Oregon State University

Tuition & Fee Schedules

The tuition and fee schedules for Oregon State University are effective from the first day of Fall Term through the last day of Summer Session. Tuition and fee tables are by location, with specifications by student types and college majors for the acedemic year and summer session.

2017-18 Tuition & Fee Recommendations

The University Budget Committee (UBC), including student representatives from Corvallis and Cascades, and input from the Student Budget Advisory Council (SBAC), has reviewed the tuition and mandatory fee rates for Oregon State University and recommends the changes outlined in the Tuition & Fee Recommendations for fiscal year 2017-2018, and summer session 2018.

Corvallis, Prior Years

Tuition & Fees - 2015-2016

Undergraduate & Graduate, Academic Year TablesUndergraduate & Graduate, Summer Session Tables

Tuition & Fees, 2014-2015

OSU Academic Year & Summer Session Fee Book

Tuition & Fees, 2013-2014

OSU Academic Year & Summer Session Fee Book

Oregon Public Universities - Historical Annual Tuition & Fee Rates

Period 1994-2015Period 1974 - 1993

 

OSU-Cascades, Prior Years

Tuition & Fees

Academic Year, 2015-2016Summer Session, 2016

Tuition & Fees, 2014-2015

OSU Academic Year & Summer Session Fee Book

Tuition & Fees, 2013-2014

OSU Academic Year & Summer Session Fee Book

2016-2017 Tuition & Fees Schedules

 Oregon State University, Tuition & Fees Schedules ~ Academic Year 2016-2017 & Summer Session 2017

The tuition and fees schedules for Oregon State University are effective from the first day of Fall Term 2016 through the last day of Summer Session 2017. Tuition and fee tables are by location, with specifications by student types and college majors for the academic year and summer session.

 

Corvallis Campus: Undergraduate Tuition, Academc Year 2016-2017

RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus - AY2016-2017 Undergraduate Tuition Rates1,2

  College of Engineering  
  Undergraduate Base Tuition3 College of Business4 Pre- Engineering5 Professional Engineering6 College of Forestry7 Honors College8
Credits Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident
1 287.00 307.00 321.00 338.00 302.00 718.00
2 474.00 514.00 542.00 576.00 504.00 905.00
3 661.00 721.00 763.00 814.00 706.00 1,092.00
4 848.00 928.00 984.00 1,052.00 908.00 1,279.00
5 1,035.00 1,135.00 1,205.00 1,290.00 1,110.00 1,466.00
6 1,222.00 1,342.00 1,426.00 1,528.00 1,312.00 1,653.00
7 1,409.00 1,549.00 1,647.00 1,766.00 1,514.00 1,840.00
8 1,596.00 1,756.00 1,868.00 2,004.00 1,716.00 2,027.00
9 1,783.00 1,963.00 2,089.00 2,242.00 1,918.00 2,214.00
10 1,970.00 2,170.00 2,310.00 2,480.00 2,120.00 2,401.00
11 2,157.00 2,377.00 2,531.00 2,718.00 2,322.00 2,588.00
12 2,344.00 2,584.00 2,752.00 2,956.00 2,524.00 2,775.00
13 2,531.00 2,791.00 2,973.00 3,194.00 2,726.00 2,962.00
14 2,718.00 2,998.00 3,194.00 3,432.00 2,928.00 3,149.00
15 2,905.00 3,205.00 3,415.00 3,670.00 3,130.00 3,336.00
16 3,092.00 3,412.00 3,636.00 3,908.00 3,332.00 3,523.00
17 3,279.00 3,619.00 3,857.00 4,146.00  3,534.00 3,710.00
18 3,466.00 3,826.00 4,078.00 4,384.00 3,736.00 3,897.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 187.00 207.00 221.00  238.00 202.00 187.00

NON-RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus - AY2016-2017 Undergraduate Tuition Rates1,2

    College of Engineering   
  Undergraduate Base Tuition3 College of Business4 Pre- Engineering5 Professional Engineering6 College of Forestry7 Honors College8
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident
1 917.00 937.00 951.00 968.00 932.00 1,348.00
2 1,499.00 1,539.00 1,567.00 1,601.00 1,529.00 1,930.00
3 2,081.00 2,141.00 2,183.00 2,234.00 2,126.00 2,512.00
4 2,663.00 2,743.00 2,799.00 2,867.00 2,723.00 3,094.00
5 3,245.00 3,345.00 3,415.00 3,500.00 3,320.00 3,676.00
6 3,827.00 3,947.00 4,031.00 4,133.00 3,917.00 4,258.00
7 4,409.00 4,549.00 4,647.00 4,766.00 4,514.00 4,840.00
8 4,991.00 5,151.00 5,263.00 5,399.00 5,111.00 5,422.00
9 5,573.00 5,753.00 5,879.00 6,032.00 5,708.00 6,004.00
10 6,155.00 6,355.00 6,495.00 6,665.00 6,305.00 6,586.00
11 6,737.00 6,957.00 7,111.00 7,298.00 6,902.00 7,168.00
12 7,319.00 7,559.00 7,727.00 7,931.00 7,499.00 7,750.00
13 7,901.00 8,161.00 8,343.00 8,564.00 8,096.00 8,332.00
14 8,483.00 8,763.00 8,959.00 9,197.00 8,693.00 8,914.00
15 9,065.00 9,365.00 9,575.00 9,830.00 9,290.00 9,496.00
16 9,647.00 9,967.00 10,191.00 10,463.00 9,887.00 10,078.00
17 10,229.00 10,569.00 10,807.00 11,096.00 10,484.00 10,660.00
18 10,811.00 11,171.00 11,423.00 11,729.00 11,081.00 11,242.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour
582.00 602.00 616.00 633.00 597.00 582.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Students taking classes at both the Corvallis and Cascades Campus' are assessed the Corvallis campus differential rate.

3Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

4Includes all majors in the College except Graphic Design.

5Includes all College majors and Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

6Includes all College majors and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

7Includes the following Majors: Forestry, Forest Engineering, Forest Management, Forest Operations Management, and Renewable Materials. Other College of Forestry majors charged regular  undergraduate base tuition and fees. Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors are charged the Pre-Engineering differential and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors are charged the Prof-Engineering differential.

8Honors College Students are assessed an additional $431 Honors College tuition per term over the tuition applicable to the program of their major. These rates show Honors College tuition for students in majors charged at the base undergraduate tuition rate.

Corvallis Campus: Undergraduate Tuition, Summer Session 2017

 RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, Undergraduate Summer Session 2017 Tuition Rates1,2

    College of Engineering  
  Undergraduate Base Tuition3 College of Business4 Pre- Engineering5 Professional Engineering6 College of Forestry7
Credits Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident
1 193.00 213.00 227.00 244.00 208.00
2 386.00 426.00 454.00 488.00 416.00
3 579.00 639.00 681.00 732.00 624.00
4 772.00 852.00 908.00 976.00 832.00
5 965.00 1,065.00 1,135.00 1,220.00 1,040.00
6 1,158.00 1,278.00 1,362.00 1,464.00 1,248.00
7 1,351.00 1,491.00 1,589.00 1,708.00 1,456.00
8 1,544.00 1,704.00 1,816.00 1,952.00 1,664.00
9 1,737.00 1,917.00 2,043.00 2,196.00 1,872.00
10 1,930.00 2,130.00 2,270.00 2,440.00 2,080.00
11 2,123.00 2,343.00 2,497.00 2,684.00 2,288.00
12 2,316.00 2,556.00 2,724.00 2,928.00 2,496.00
13 2,509.00 2,769.00 2,951.00 3,172.00 2,704.00
14 2,702.00 2,982.00 3,178.00 3,416.00 2,912.00
15 2,895.00 3,195.00 3,405.00 3,660.00 3,120.00
16 3,088.00 3,408.00 3,632.00 3,904.00 3,328.00
17 3,281.00 3,621.00 3,859.00 4,148.00 3,536.00
18 3,474.00 3,834.00 4,086.00 4,392.00 3,744.00
Each Add'l
Credit Hour
193.00 213.00 227.00 244.00 208.00

NON-RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, Undergratuate Summer Session 2017 Tuition Rates1,2

    College of Engineering  
  Undergraduate Base Tuition3 College of Business4 Pre- Engineering5 Professional Engineering6 College of Forestry7
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident
1 193.00 213.00 227.00 244.00 208.00
2 386.00 426.00 454.00 488.00 416.00
3 579.00 639.00 681.00 732.00 624.00
4 772.00 852.00 908.00 976.00 832.00
5 965.00 1,065.00 1,135.00 1,220.00 1,040.00
6 1,158.00 1,278.00 1,362.00 1,464.00 1,248.00
7 1,351.00 1,491.00 1,589.00 1,708.00 1,456.00
8 1,544.00 1,704.00 1,816.00 1,952.00 1,664.00
9 1,737.00 1,917.00 2,043.00 2,196.00 1,872.00
10 1,930.00 2,130.00 2,270.00 2,440.00 2,080.00
11 2,123.00 2,343.00 2,497.00 2,684.00 2,288.00
12 2,316.00 2,556.00 2,724.00 2,928.00 2,496.00
13 2,509.00 2,769.00 2,951.00 3,172.00 2,704.00
14 2,702.00 2,982.00 3,178.00 3,416.00 2,912.00
15 2,895.00 3,195.00 3,405.00 3,660.00 3,120.00
16 3,088.00 3,408.00 3,632.00 3,904.00 3,328.00
17 3,281.00 3,621.00 3,859.00 4,148.00 3,536.00
18 3,474.00 3,834.00 4,086.00 4,392.00 3,744.00
Each Add'l
Credit Hour
193.00 213.00 227.00 244.00 208.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Students taking classes at both the Corvallis and Cascades Campus' are assessed the Corvallis campus differential rate.

3Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

4Includes all majors in the College except Graphic Design.

5Includes all College majors and Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

6Includes all College majors and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

7Includes the following Majors: Forestry, Forest Engineering, Forest Management, Forest Operations Management, and Renewable Materials. Other College of Forestry majors charged regular undergraduate base tuition and fees. Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors are charged the Pre-Engineering differential and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors are charged the Prof-Engineering differential.

Mandatory Fees-Corvallis & Cascades Campuses AY2016-2017

Mandatory Fees ~ Academic Year, Undergraduates & Graduates

Corvallis Campus, Academic Year 2016-2017 Mandatory Fee Rates1,2

  Undergraduate Mandatory Fees    Graduate Mandatory Fees
Credits Building Incidental Health Service Total Fees   Building Incidental Health Service Total Fees
1 23.00 302.31 142.50 467.81   23.00 306.81 142.50 472.31
2 25.00 307.81 142.50 475.31   26.00 313.81 142.50 482.31
3 27.00 313.31 142.50 482.81   29.00 320.81 142.50 492.31
4 29.00 318.81 142.50 490.31   32.00 327.81 142.50 502.31
5 31.00 324.31 142.50 497.81   35.00 334.81 142.50 512.31
6 33.00 329.81 142.50 505.31   38.00 341.81 142.50 522.31
7 35.00 335.31 142.50 512.81   41.00 348.81 142.50 532.31
8 37.00 340.81 142.50 520.31   43.00 355.81 142.50 541.31
9 39.00 346.31 142.50 527.81   45.00 362.81 142.50 550.31
10 41.00 351.81 142.50 535.31   45.00 362.81 142.50 550.31
11 43.00 357.31 142.50 542.81   45.00 362.81 142.50 550.31
12 or more 45.00 362.81 142.50 550.31   45.00 362.81 142.50 550.31

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Fee rates apply to resident and non-resident students.

Cascades Campus, Academic Year 2016-2017 Mandatory Fee Rates1,2

  Undergraduate Mandatory Fees   Graduate Mandatory Fees
Credits Building Incidental Total Fees   Building Incidental Total Fees
1 23.00 141.00 164.00   23.00 140.00 163.00
2 25.00 146.00 171.00   26.00 147.00 173.00
3 27.00 151.00 178.00   29.00 154.00 183.00
4 29.00 156.00 185.00    32.00 161.00 193.00
5 31.00 161.00 192.00   35.00 168.00 203.00
6 33.00 166.00 199.00   38.00 175.00 213.00
7 35.00 171.00 206.00   41.00 182.00 223.00
8 37.00 176.00 213.00   43.00 189.00 232.00
9 39.00 181.00 220.00   45.00 196.00 241.00
10 41.00 186.00 227.00   45.00 196.00 241.00
11 43.00 191.00 234.00   45.00 196.00 241.00
12 or more 45.00 196.00 241.00   45.00 196.00 241.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Fee rates apply to resident and non-resident students.   

 

 

Corvallis Campus: Graduate Tuition, Academc Year 2016-2017

RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, AY2016-2017 Graduate Tuition Rates1

   Doctor of Veterinary Medicine6  
  Graduate
Base Tuition2
College of Business3 College of Engineering4 Medical
Physics5
Public
Health
1st, 2nd
& 3rd Years
4th Year Doctor of
Pharmacy
 Credits 
Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident
1 450.00 699.00 505.00 600.00 513.00 n/a n/a 612.00
2 900.00 1,398.00 1,010.00 1,200.00 1,026.00 n/a n/a 1,224.00
3 1,350.00 2,097.00 1,515.00 1,800.00 1,539.00 n/a n/a 1,836.00
4 1,800.00 2,796.00 2,020.00 2,400.00 2,052.00 n/a n/a 2,448.00
5 2,250.00 3,495.00 2,525.00 3,000.00 2,565.00 n/a n/a 3,060.00
6 2,700.00 4,194.00 3,030.00 3,600.00 3,078.00 n/a n/a 3,672.00
7 3,150.00 4,893.00 3,535.00 4,200.00 3,591.00 n/a n/a 4,284.00
8 3,600.00 5,592.00 4,040.00 4,800.00 4,104.00 n/a n/a 4,896.00
9 4,050.00 6,291.00 4,545.00 5,400.00 4,617.00 n/a n/a 5,508.00
10 4,050.00 6,321.00 4,600.00 6,000.00 4,617.00 n/a n/a 6,120.00
11 4,050.00 6,351.00 4,655.00 6,600.00 4,617.00 n/a n/a 6,732.00
12 4,050.00 6,381.00 4,710.00 7,200.00 4,617.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
13 4,050.00 6,411.00 4,765.00 7,800.00 4,617.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
14 4,050.00 6,441.00 4,820.00 8,400.00 4,617.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
15 4,050.00 6,471.00 4,875.00 9,000.00 4,617.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
16 4,050.00 6,501.00 4,930.00 9,600.00 4,617.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
17 4,500.00 7,200.00 5,435.00 10,200.00 5,130.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
18 4,950.00 7,899.00 5,940.00 10,800.00 5,643.00 7,169.00 5,411.00 7,344.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 450.00 699.00 505.00 600.00 513.00 -   -   -  

NON-RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, AY2016-2017 Graduate Tuition Rates1

  Doctor of Veterinary Medicine6  
  Graduate
Base Tuition2
College of
Business3
College of
Engineering4
Medical
Physics5
Public
Health
1st, 2nd
& 3rd Years
4th Year Doctor of
Pharmacy
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident
1 807.00 1,198.00 862.00 957.00 908.00  n/a   n/a  1,054.00
2 1,614.00 2,396.00 1,724.00 1,914.00 1,816.00  n/a   n/a  2,108.00
3 2,421.00 3,594.00 2,586.00 2,871.00 2,724.00  n/a   n/a  3,162.00
4 3,228.00 4,792.00 3,448.00 3,828.00 3,632.00  n/a   n/a  4,216.00
5 4,035.00 5,990.00 4,310.00 4,785.00 4,540.00  n/a   n/a  5,270.00
6 4,842.00 7,188.00 5,172.00 5,742.00 5,448.00  n/a   n/a  6,324.00
7 5,649.00 8,386.00 6,034.00 6,699.00 6,356.00  n/a   n/a  7,378.00
8 6,456.00 9,584.00 6,896.00 7,656.00 7,264.00  n/a   n/a  8,432.00
9 7,263.00 10,782.00 7,758.00 8,613.00 8,172.00  n/a   n/a  9,486.00
10 7,263.00 10,812.00 7,813.00 9,539.00 8,172.00  n/a   n/a  10,540.00
11 7,263.00 10,842.00 7,868.00 10,465.00 8,172.00  n/a   n/a  11,594.00
12 7,263.00 10,872.00 7,923.00 11,391.00 8,172.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
13 7,263.00 10,902.00 7,978.00 12,317.00 8,172.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
14 7,263.00 10,932.00 8,033.00 13,243.00 8,172.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
15 7,263.00 10,962.00 8,088.00 14,169.00 8,172.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
16 7,263.00 10,992.00 8,143.00 15,095.00 8,172.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
17 8,070.00 12,190.00 9,005.00 16,052.00 9,080.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
18 8,877.00 13,388.00 9,867.00 17,009.00 9,988.00 14,339.00 10,789.00 12,648.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 807.00 1,198.00 862.00 957.00 908.00 -   -   -  

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

3Includes the MBA and Accountancy MBA; other degrees in the college are charged at base graduate tuition rate.

4All degrees in the College of Engineering except Medical Physics.

5Tuition for Medical Physics is matched to tuition at OHSU and is set by OHSU.

6Veterinary Medicine is full-time program only. Veterinary Medicine students are not assessed the overtime fee. This exception to the general policy for other graduate programs results from the Veterinary Medicine curricular design which requires carrying larger SCH loads in certain terms for normal progress toward a degree.    Fourth Year students taking a series of study, externship, and clinical rotations from the beginning of Finals Week in June to the end of Dead Week the following June are assessed the four term fees during that period of time. Fee payment dates will correspond to normal fall, winter, spring and summer term schedules.

Corvallis Campus: Graduate Tuition, Summer Session 2017

RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, Summer Session 2017 Graduate Tuition Rates1

       Doctor of Veterinary Medicine  
  Graduate  Base Tuition2 College of Business3 College of Engineering4 Medical Physics5 Public Health 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Yrs 4th Year Doctor of Pharmacy
Credits Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident
1 450.00 581.00 505.00 600.00 513.00   n/a     n/a   612.00
2 900.00 1,162.00 1,010.00 1,200.00 1,026.00   n/a     n/a   1,224.00
3 1,350.00 1,743.00 1,515.00 1,800.00 1,539.00   n/a     n/a   1,836.00
4 1,800.00 2,324.00 2,020.00 2,400.00 2,052.00   n/a     n/a   2,448.00
5 2,250.00 2,905.00 2,525.00 3,000.00 2,565.00   n/a     n/a   3,060.00
6 2,700.00 3,486.00 3,030.00 3,600.00 3,078.00   n/a     n/a   3,672.00
7 3,150.00 4,067.00 3,535.00 4,200.00 3,591.00   n/a     n/a   4,284.00
8 3,600.00 4,648.00 4,040.00 4,800.00 4,104.00   n/a     n/a   4,896.00
9 4,050.00 5,229.00 4,545.00 5,400.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   5,508.00
10 4,500.00 5,810.00 5,050.00 6,000.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   6,120.00
11 4,950.00 6,391.00 5,555.00 6,600.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   6,732.00
12 5,400.00 6,972.00 6,060.00 7,200.00 4,617.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
13 5,850.00 7,553.00 6,565.00 7,800.00 4,617.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
14 6,300.00 8,134.00 7,070.00 8,400.00 4,617.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
15 6,750.00 8,715.00 7,575.00 9,000.00 4,617.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
16 7,200.00 9,296.00 8,080.00 9,600.00 4,617.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
17 7,650.00 9,877.00 8,585.00 10,200.00 5,130.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
18 8,100.00 10,458.00 9,090.00 10,800.00 5,643.00 7,384.00 5,573.00 7,344.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 450.00 581.00 505.00 600.00 513.00 -   -   -  

NON-RESIDENT: Corvallis Campus, Summer Session 2017 Graduate Tuition Rates1

            Doctor of Veterinary Medicine  
  Graduate
Base Tuition2
College of Business3 College of Engineering4 Medical Physics5 Public Health 1st, 2nd,
& 3rd Yrs
4th Year Doctor of Pharmacy
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident
1 450.00 581.00 505.00 926.00 513.00   n/a     n/a   1,054.00
2 900.00 1,162.00 1,010.00 1,852.00 1,026.00   n/a     n/a   2,108.00
3 1,350.00 1,743.00 1,515.00 2,778.00 1,539.00   n/a     n/a   3,162.00
4 1,800.00 2,324.00 2,020.00 3,704.00 2,052.00   n/a     n/a   4,216.00
5 2,250.00 2,905.00 2,525.00 4,630.00 2,565.00   n/a     n/a   5,270.00
6 2,700.00 3,486.00 3,030.00 5,556.00 3,078.00   n/a     n/a   6,324.00
7 3,150.00 4,067.00 3,535.00 6,482.00 3,591.00   n/a     n/a   7,378.00
8 3,600.00 4,648.00 4,040.00 7,408.00 4,104.00   n/a     n/a   8,432.00
9 4,050.00 5,229.00 4,545.00 8,334.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   9,486.00
10 4,500.00 5,810.00 5,050.00 9,260.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   10,540.00
11 4,950.00 6,391.00 5,555.00 10,186.00 4,617.00   n/a     n/a   11,594.00
12 5,400.00 6,972.00 6,060.00 11,112.00 4,617.00 14,770.00  11,112.00 12,648.00
13 5,850.00 7,553.00 6,565.00 12,038.00 4,617.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
14 6,300.00 8,134.00 7,070.00 12,964.00 4,617.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
15 6,750.00 8,715.00 7,575.00 13,890.00 4,617.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
16 7,200.00 9,296.00 8,080.00 14,816.00 4,617.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
17 7,650.00 9,877.00 8,585.00 15,742.00 5,130.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
18 8,100.00 10,458.00 9,090.00 16,668.00 5,643.00 14,770.00 11,112.00 12,648.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 450.00 581.00 505.00 926.00 513.00 -   -   -  

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

3Includes the MBA and Accountancy MBA; other degrees in the college are charged at base graduate tuition rate.

4All degrees in the College of Engineering except Medical Physics.

5Tuition for Medical Physics is matched to tuition at OHSU and is set by OHSU.

Cascades Campus-Summer Session 2017 Tuition Rates

 RESIDENT: Cascades Campus, Summer Session 2017 Tuition Rates1

Undergraduate Tuition Rates

  Undergraduate Base Tuition2 College of Business3 College of Engineering Pre-Engineering4 College of Engineering Professional Engineering5  

Graduate Tuition Rates

 Credits 
Resident Resident Resident Resident     Resident 
1 185.00 205.00 219.00  236.00     441.00
2 370.00 410.00 438.00 472.00     882.00
3 555.00 615.00 657.00 708.00   1,323.00
4 740.00 820.00 876.00 944.00   1,764.00
5 925.00 1,025.00 1,095.00 1,180.00   2,205.00
6 1,110.00 1,230.00 1,314.00 1,416.00   2,646.00
7 1,295.00 1,435.00 1,533.00 1,652.00   3,087.00
8 1,480.00 1,640.00 1,752.00 1,888.00   3,528.00
9 1,665.00 1,845.00 1,971.00 2,124.00   3,969.00
10 1,850.00 2,050.00 2,190.00 2,360.00   4,410.00
11 2,035.00 2,255.00 2,409.00 2,596.00   4,851.00
12 2,220.00 2,460.00 2,628.00 2,832.00   5,292.00
13 2,405.00 2,665.00 2,847.00 3,068.00   5,733.00
14 2,590.00 2,870.00 3,066.00 3,304.00   6,174.00
15 2,775.00 3,075.00 3,285.00 3,540.00   6,615.00
16 2,960.00 3,280.00 3,504.00 3,776.00   7,056.00
17 3,145.00 3,485.00 3,723.00 4,012.00   7,497.00
18 3,330.00 3,690.00 3,942.00 4,248.00   7,938.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 185.00 205.00 219.00 236.00   441.00

NON-RESIDENT: Cascades Campus, Summer Session 2017 Tuition Rates1

Undergraduate Tuition Rates

  Undergraduate Base Tuition2 College of Business3 College of Engineering Pre-Engineering4 College of Engineering Professional Engineering5   Graduate Tuition Rates
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident   Non-Resident
1     185.00     205.00     219.00     236.00      441.00
2     370.00     410.00     438.00     472.00      882.00
3     555.00     615.00     657.00     708.00     1,323.00
4     740.00     820.00     876.00     944.00     1,764.00
5     925.00  1,025.00  1,095.00  1,180.00     2,205.00
6  1,110.00  1,230.00  1,314.00  1,416.00     2,646.00
7  1,295.00  1,435.00  1,533.00  1,652.00     3,087.00
8  1,480.00  1,640.00  1,752.00  1,888.00     3,528.00
9  1,665.00  1,845.00  1,971.00  2,124.00     3,969.00
10  1,850.00  2,050.00  2,190.00  2,360.00     4,410.00
11  2,035.00  2,255.00  2,409.00  2,596.00     4,851.00
12  2,220.00  2,460.00  2,628.00  2,832.00     5,292.00
13  2,405.00  2,665.00  2,847.00  3,068.00     5,733.00
14  2,590.00  2,870.00  3,066.00  3,304.00     6,174.00
15  2,775.00  3,075.00  3,285.00  3,540.00     6,615.00
16  2,960.00  3,280.00  3,504.00  3,776.00     7,056.00
17  3,145.00  3,485.00  3,723.00  4,012.00     7,497.00
18  3,330.00  3,690.00  3,942.00  4,248.00     7,938.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 185.00 205.00 219.00 236.00   441.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

3Includes all majors in the College except Graphic Design.

4Includes all College majors and Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

5Includes all College majors and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

Ecampus, 2016-2017 Tuition Rates

Undergraduate, Postbaccalaureate & Graduate Programs: 2016-2017 Tuition & Fees Rates1,2

Undergraduate & Postbaccalaureate Programs

      College of Engineering  
 Credits  Undergraduate Programs not otherwise noted Developmental Math: MTH 065 & 095 (On-site) College of Business Students3 Pre- Engineering Students3 Professional Engineering Students3 Computer Science Post-Baccalaureate4,5
1 280.00 200.00 300.00 314.00 331.00 470.00
2 560.00 400.00 600.00 628.00 662.00 940.00
3 840.00 600.00 900.00 942.00 993.00 1,410.00
4 1,120.00 800.00 1,200.00 1,256.00 1,324.00 1,880.00
5 1,400.00 1,000.00 1,500.00 1,570.00 1,655.00 2,350.00
6 1,680.00 1,200.00 1,800.00 1,884.00 1,986.00 2,820.00
7 1,960.00 1,400.00 2,100.00 2,198.00 2,317.00 3,290.00
8 2,240.00 1,600.00 2,400.00 2,512.00 2,648.00 3,760.00
9 2,520.00 1,800.00 2,700.00 2,826.00 2,979.00 4,230.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 280.00 200.00 300.00 314.00 238.00 470.00

Graduate Programs

Credits Graduate Programs not otherwise noted Ed.D. in Community College Leadership Ph.D. in Counseling Graduate Certificate: Public Health MBA & Business Courses College of Engineering Students3
1 521.00 550.00 550.00 584.00 770.00 576.00
2 1,042.00 1,100.00 1,100.00 1,168.00 1,540.00 1,152.00
3 1,563.00 1,650.00 1,650.00 1,752.00 2,310.00 1,728.00
4 2,084.00 2,200.00 2,200.00 2,336.00 3,080.00 2,304.00
5 2,605.00 2,750.00 2,750.00 2,920.00 3,850.00 2,880.00
6 3,126.00 3,300.00 3,300.00 3,504.00 4,620.00 3,456.00
7 3,647.00 3,850.00 3,850.00 4,088.00 5,390.00 4,032.00
8 4,168.00 4,400.00 4,400.00 4,672.00 6,160.00 4,608.00
9 4,689.00 4,950.00 4,950.00 5,256.00  6,930.00 5,184.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 521.00 550.00 550.00 584.00 770.00 576.00

1Charges are the same for resident and non-resident students, all rates include an $80 per credit hour distance education fee; charges also apply to Summer 2017.

2A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer degree seeking undergraduate and graduate students.

3College of Business and College of Engineering students are charged a differential in addition to the regular tuition. The above lists current tuition and fees for business and engineering majors who take Ecampus courses (in any subject).

4Rates for non-professional CS courses including CS 101, CS 195, CS 199, CS 162 and CS 391:
  -Students in the CS post-baccalaureate program are charged at pre- or professional-engineering rates depending on level. 
  -Engineering majors on Corvallis or Cascades campus are charged Engineering rates based on pre- or pro-engineering standing.
  -No-engineering majors, including non-degree seeking students, are charged the regular undergraduate rates.

5For professional CS courses:
  -Engineering majors on Corvallis or Cascades campus are charged Engineering rates based on pre- or pro-engineering standing.
  -Other non-engineering majors, non-degree seeking students, and students admitted to the computer science post-baccalaureate program are charged the computer science post-baccalaureate rates

 

Mandatory Fees-Corvallis & Cascades Campuses Summer 2017

Mandatory Fees ~ Summer Session, Undergraduates & Graduates

Corvallis Campus, Summer Session 2017 Mandatory Fees Rates1,2  

  Undergraduate Mandatory Fees   Graduate Mandatory Fees
Credits Building Incidental Health Service Total Fees   Building Incidental Health Service Total Fees
1 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
2 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
3 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
4 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
5 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
6 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
7 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
8 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
9 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
10 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00  221.04 142.50 397.54
11 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54
12 or more 34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54   34.00 221.04 142.50 397.54

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Fee rates apply to resident and non-resident students.

Cascades Campus, Summer Session 2017, Mandatory Fees Rates1,2

  Undergraduate Mandatory Fees   Graduate Mandatory Fees 
Credits Building Incidental Total Fees   Building Incidental Total Fees
1 34.00 -   34.00   34.00  -   34.00
2  34.00 -    34.00   34.00 -   34.00
3 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
4 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
5 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
6 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
7 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
8 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
9 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
10 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
11 34.00  91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00
12 or more 34.00 91.00 125.00   34.00 91.00 125.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Fee rates apply to resident and non-resident students.

 

 

Cascades Campus-Academic Year 2016-2017 Tuition Rates

RESIDENT: Academic Year 2016-2017, Undergraduate & Graduate Tuition Rates1

  Undergraduate Tuition Rates  
  Undergraduate Base Tuition2 College of Business3 College of Engineering Pre-Engineering4 College of Engineering Professional Engineering5 Graduate Tuition Rates
Credits Resident Resident Resident Resident Resident
1 280.00 307.00 321.00 338.00 450.00
2 460.00 514.00 542.00 576.00 900.00
3 640.00 721.00  763.00 814.00 1,350.00
4 820.00 928.00 984.00 1,052.00 1,800.00
5 1,000.00 1,135.00 1,205.00 1,290.00 2,250.00
6 1,180.00 1,342.00 1,426.00 1,528.00 2,700.00
7 1,360.00 1,549.00 1,647.00 1,766.00 3,150.00
8 1,540.00 1,756.00 1,868.00 2,004.00 3,600.00
9 1,720.00 1,963.00 2,089.00 2,242.00 4,050.00
10 1,900.00 2,170.00 2,310.00 2,480.00 4,050.00
11 2,080.00 2,377.00 2,531.00 2,718.00 4,050.00
12 2,260.00 2,584.00 2,752.00 2,956.00 4,050.00
13 2,440.00 2,791.00 2,973.00 3,194.00 4,050.00
14 2,620.00 2,998.00 3,194.00 3,432.00 4,050.00
15 2,800.00 3,205.00 3,415.00 3,670.00 4,050.00
16 2,980.00 3,412.00 3,636.00 3,908.00 4,050.00
17 3,160.00 3,619.00 3,857.00 4,146.00 4,500.00
18 3,340.00 3,826.00 4,078.00 4,384.00 4,950.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 180.00 207.00 221.00 238.00 450.00

NON-RESIDENT: Academic Year 2016-2017, Undergraduate & Graduate Tuition Rates1

  Undergraduate Tuition Rates  
  Undergraduate Base Tuition2 College of Business3  College of Engineering Pre-Engineering4 College of Engineering  Professional Engineering5 Graduate Tuition Rates
Credits Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident Non-Resident  Non-Resident
1 917.00 937.00 951.00 968.00 807.00
2 1,499.00 1,539.00 1,567.00 1,601.00 1,614.00
3 2,081.00 2,141.00 2,183.00 2,234.00 2,421.00
4 2,663.00 2,743.00 2,799.00 2,867.00 3,228.00
5 3,245.00 3,345.00 3,415.00 3,500.00 4,035.00
6 3,827.00 3,947.00 4,031.00 4,133.00 4,842.00
7 4,409.00 4,549.00 4,647.00 4,766.00 5,649.00
8 4,991.00 5,151.00 5,263.00 5,399.00 6,456.00
9 5,573.00 5,753.00 5,879.00 6,032.00 7,263.00
10 6,155.00 6,355.00 6,495.00 6,665.00 7,263.00
11 6,737.00 6,957.00 7,111.00 7,298.00 7,263.00
12 7,319.00 7,559.00 7,727.00 7,931.00 7,263.00
13 7,901.00 8,161.00 8,343.00 8,564.00 7,263.00
14 8,483.00 8,763.00 8,959.00 9,197.00 7,263.00
15 9,065.00 9,365.00 9,575.00 9,830.00 7,263.00
16 9,647.00 9,967.00 10,191.00 10,463.00 7,263.00
17 10,229.00 10,569.00 10,807.00 11,096.00 8,070.00
18 10,811.00 11,171.00 11,423.00 11,729.00 8,877.00
Each Add'l Credit Hour 582.00 602.00 616.00 633.00 807.00

1A one time Matriculation Fee of $350 is assessed to all new and transfer undergraduate and graduate students.

2Rates apply to all majors not otherwise noted in tables.

3Includes all majors in the College except Graphic Design.

4Includes all College majors and Pre-Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

5Includes all College majors and Professional Forest Engineering/Civil Engineering majors.

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