Oregon State University

Tuition & Fees 

The President recommends tuition rate and mandatory fees to the Board of Trustees based on advice from the Tuition Advisory Council (TAC) of the University Budget Committee.  The TAC includes student government representatives, students at large, faculty, and administrators.  They review the overall budget of the institution, historical tuition and fee trends, comparative data for peer institutions, the University's budget and projected costs, anticipated state appropriation levels, and advice from the Student Budget Advisory Council in forming their recommendations.

FY2022 Tuition Rates, Mandatory Fees and Student Incidental Fees (pdf) Board Approved - April 2, 2021

Tuition & Fee ProcessCourse Fee GuidanceDifferential Tuition Guidance

The 2021-22 tuition and fee schedules for OSU's Corvallis and Cascades campuses and Ecampus are effective from the first day of Summer Term 2021 through the last day of Spring term 2022.  Ecampus tuition rates are the same for resident and non-resident students.

These tuition and fee tables are by campus, with specifications by student types and college majors for the summer term and academic year.

Ecampus, 2021-22 tuition rates are in effect from the first day of Summer Term 2021 through the last day of Spring Term 2022. Tuition rates apply to resident and non-resident students.

Tuition and Fee Information

Tuition will not be reduced based on course modality.  For Spring Term 2021, OSU anticipates that at least 90% of its courses will be fully remote, but that is subject to change.  Any courses currently designated as having in-person components may move to a remote modality at any time.

Corvallis, 2021-22



Mandatory Fees

OSU-Cascades, 2021-22



Mandatory Fees

Ecampus, 2021-22