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Summer 2014

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Notes:

Tuition and fee rates are determined by the State Board of Higher Education and are subject to change.

The charges listed below have been approved for the 2014 summer session.

  • Students enrolled in summer term are charged tuition based on the course or courses (either undergraduate or graduate) taken.
  • The amounts listed below represent the total cost of Mandatory Enrollment Fees (Tuition & Fees).
  • Tuition and fees include: the current tuition rate and the technology, building, incidental, recreation center building and health services fees.

Summer Term 2014 fee charts

2013-14 Western Promise undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

NOTE: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BAS13) WUE (WUE13)
1 350.00 430.00
2 514.00 676.00
3 678.00 922.00
4 842.00 1,168.00
5 1,006.00 1,414.00
6 1,224.00 1,714.00
7 1,388.00 1,960.00
8 1,552.00 2,206.00
9 1,716.00 2,452.00
10 1,880.00 2,698.00
11 2,044.00 2,944.00
12 2,208.00 3,190.00
13 2,372.00 3,436.00
14 2,536.00 3,682.00
15 2,700.00 3,928.00
16 2,864.00 4,174.00
17 3,028.00 4,420.00
18 3,192.00 4,666.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 164.00 246.00

Note: The following applies to 2013-14 Western Promise students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health and basic insurance fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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BASIC undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

NOTE: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BASIC) WUE (WUE)
1 337.00 414.00
2 485.00 636.00
3 633.00 858.00
4 781.00 1,080.00
5 929.00 1,302.00
6 1,131.00 1,578.00
7 1,279.00 1,800.00
8 1,427.00 2,022.00
9 1,575.00 2,244.00
10 1,723.00 2,466.00
11 1,871.00 2,688.00
12 2,019.00 2,910.00
13 2,167.00 3,132.00
14 2,315.00 3,354.00
15 2,463.00 3,576.00
16 2,611.00 3,798.00
17 2,759.00 4,020.00
18 2,907.00 4,242.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 148.00 222.00

Note: The following applies to new incoming students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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2012-13 Western Promise undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

Note:  all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BAS12) WUE (WUE12)
1 346.00 427.00
2 503.00 663.00
3 660.00 898.00
4 817.00 1,134.00
5 974.00 1,369.00
6 1,185.00 1,659.00
7 1,342.00 1,894.00
8 1,499.00 2,130.00
9 1,656.00 2,365.00
10 1,813.00 2,601.00
11 1,970.00 2,836.00
12 2,127.00 3,072.00
13 2,284.00 3,307.00
14 2,441.00

3,543.00

15 2,598.00 3,778.00
16 2,755.00 4,014.00
17 2,912.00 4,249.00
18 3,069.00 4,485.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 157.00 236.00

Note: The following applies to 2012-13 Western Promise students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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2011-12 Western Promise undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

NOTE: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BAS11) WUE (WUE11)
1 332.00 407.00
2 475.00 622.00
3 618.00 837.00
4 761.00 1,052.00
5 904.00 1,267.00
6 1,101.00 1,536.00
7 1,244.00 1,751.00
8 1,387.00 1,966.00
9 1,530.00 2,181.00
10 1,673.00 2,396.00
11 1,816.00 2,611.00
12 1,959.00 2,826.00
13 2,102.00 3,041.00
14 2,245.00 3,256.00
15 2,388.00 3,471.00
16 2,531.00 3,686.00
17 2,674.00 3,901.00
18 2,817.00 4,116.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 143.00 215.00

Note: The following applies to 2011-12 Western Promise students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

2010-11 Western Promise undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

NOTE: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BAS10) WUE (WUE10)
1 325.00 396.00
2 461.00 600.00
3 597.00 804.00
4 733.00 1,008.00
5 869.00 1,212.00
6 1,059.00 1,470.00
7 1,195.00 1,674.00
8 1,331.00 1,878.00
9 1,467.00 2,082.00
10 1,603.00 2,286.00
11 1,739.00 2,490.00
12 1,875.00 2,694.00
13 2,011.00 2,898.00
14 2,147.00 3,102.00
15 2,283.00 3,306.00
16 2,419.00 3,510.00
17 2,555.00 3,714.00
18 2,691.00 3,918.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 136.00 204.00

Note: The following applies to 2010-11 Western Promise students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

2009-10 Western Promise undergraduate tuition & fees (per term)

NOTE: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit Hours Residents (BAS09) WUE (WUE09)
1 314.00 379.00
2 439.00 567.00
3 564.00 755.00
4 689.00 943.00
5 814.00 1,131.00
6 993.00 1,373.00
7 1,118.00 1,561.00
8 1,243.00 1,749.00
9 1,368.00 1,937.00
10 1,493.00 2,125.00
11 1,618.00 2,313.00
12 1,743.00 2,501.00
13 1,868.00 2,689.00
14 1,993.00 2,877.00
15 2,118.00 3,065.00
16 2,243.00 3,253.00
17 2,368.00 3,441.00
18 2,493.00 3,629.00
Each Additional Hour
over 18 125.00 188.00

Note: The following applies to 2009-10 Western Promise students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health and basic insurance fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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Non-Resident tuition and fees for Summer 2014 (per term)

Note: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees. See below for WUE info

Credit hours   Nonresidents (BASIC)  
1   634.00  
2   1,084.00  
3   1,534.00  
4   1,984.00  
5   2,434.00  
6   2,938.00  
7   3,388.00  
8   3,838.00  
9   4,288.00  
10   4,738.00  
11   5,188.00  
12   5,638.00  
13   6,088.00  
14   6,538.00  
15   6,988.00  
16   7,438.00  
17   7,888.00  
18   8,338.00  
Each additional hour
over 18   450.00  

Note: The following applies to all non-resident students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer undergraduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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*The Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE)

This program offers students from participating western states the opportunity to enroll at a reduced tuition level, 150 percent of resident tuition plus fees. The Summer 2014 WUE tuition & fees are listed above. The WUE Program is renewable for up to twelve (12) terms for high school recipients, and transfer students can receive support for up to six (6) terms. All students must enroll full time and maintain good academic standing. To find out more visit the WUE Web page, prospective students may contact the Office of Admissions at 503-838-8211 V/TTY or toll-free 1-877-877-1593 and currently enrolled students may contact the Business Office at 503-838-8201.

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Graduate tuition and fees (per term)

Note: all amounts represent total of both tuition and fees

Credit hours residents  nonresidents
1 522.00 746.00
2 860.00 1,308.00
3 1,198.00 1,870.00
4 1,536.00 2,432.00
5 1,874.00 2,994.00
6 2,266.00 3,610.00
7 2,604.00 4,172.00
8 2,942.00 4,734.00
9 3,280.00 5,296.00
10 3,618.00 5,858.00
11 3,956.00 6,420.00
12 4,294.00 6,982.00
13 4,632.00 7,544.00
14 4,970.00 8,106.00
15 5,308.00 8,668.00
16 5,646.00 9,230.00
17 5,984.00 9,792.00
18 6,322.00 10,354.00
Each additional hour
over 18 338.00 562.00

Note: The following applies to all graduate students. A $300 one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer graduate students.

All students taking 6 hours of regular courses are assessed a $54.00 health fee. The health service fee is optional for students taking fewer than 6 credits. Students taking fewer than 6 hours of regular courses who wish to use the health service may pay the additional fee at the cashiers. Students who have 6 hours or more at any time during the term are responsible for this fee.

Some courses will have an additional course fee. See the Summer schedule of classes.

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DISTANCE EDUCATION / ONLINE COURSE TUITION and FEES

A.  Online Tuition Rates  (Academic Year 2013-14 including Summer 2014)

On-Line Undergraduate courses: $186 per credit

On-line Graduate courses: $360 per credit, with exceptions for certain programs such as:  

a. ReadOregon reading endorsement courses

b. Master of Arts in Interpreting Studies program

Online courses have a different tuition rate than campus courses and are NOT included in the Western Promise/Traditional rates.  For example, an undergraduate student enrolled in 8 credits of regular classes and a 4 credit online course is charged regular tuition for 8 credits (Western Promise, WUE or other rates, depending on the student’s tuition plan) plus the tuition for 4 credits at the online tuition rate.

If online courses are taken in combination with regular campus courses, then fees for building, incidental, student recreation center, (and health service fee if 6 hours or more) will be assessed for all credit hours combined.

Students who are taking only online courses will not be charged campus fees, but may be charged fees related to that course (such as for materials or supplies).

All WOU course credits will count toward financial aid.

B.  Contracted Educational Programs / Non-credit programs

Tuition for these programs and courses is specific to the kind of program, contract, or course. See specific program or contact the program administrator for additional information.           

* Tuition & fee rates are determined by the State Board of Higher Education and/or Western Oregon University Administrative Rules and are subject to change. Current fees can be found in the Oregon Administrative Rules, Chapter 574, Division 50.

Contact

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