Tuition and Financial Aid
Ecampus tuition and fees are charged per credit hour and do not differ for in-state versus out-of-state students. Ecampus courses are totally supported by tuition and fee revenue. Tuition and fees for Ecampus courses are set at levels necessary to cover the direct costs of providing the courses.
On-campus students: Ecampus tuition and fees are charged in addition to your on-campus tuition and fees, and it is based on the fixed, per-credit rate stated above. Ecampus courses are not included in the on-campus tuition plateau, and all Ecampus courses are full price regardless of the number of other credits that students take during the term.
Federal and state financial aid
Degree-seeking distance students admitted to OSU may be eligible for federal and state financial aid through OSU if enrolled for 6 or more credits per term as an undergraduate. Graduate degree/certificate students need 5 or more credits per term to qualify.
If you wish to seek financial aid, you must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and list Oregon State University as your school choice. You may complete the FAFSA online. Please direct your questions to the OSU Financial Aid Office at 541-737-2241 or you can call our Ecampus office at 800-667-1465, and we will transfer you.
Need-based grants from OSU
A need-based Ecampus grant is available to students who are admitted and enrolled in program of study offered through Extended Campus. (A program of study is defined as an undergraduate or graduate degree program or minor, undergraduate or graduate certificate program delivered through Extended Campus.)
The OSU Financial Aid Office will award these grants to eligible recipients at the time of packaging based on financial need level. Funds are limited and are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. The Ecampus need-based grants may be awarded up to $1,000 per term and cannot be used for expenses other than Ecampus tuition and fees.
Information about OSU scholarship opportunities are posted online. Check with your academic advisor for scholarships that might be available through your department.