Cost of Attendance
You’ve set your sights on college, so now comes the BIG question: How do you pay for it?
At Eastern Oregon University, we’re ready to work with you to make it possible and affordable!
Estimating Your Costs
Financial aid is based on the “estimated cost of attendance” here at Eastern Oregon University. Below is the estimated cost of attending full-time for the standard academic year (Fall / Winter / Spring). Actual room and board, transportation and personal expenses may vary from these estimates. However, estimated expenses are used to determine financial aid eligibility for the academic year.
2019-2020 Estimated Resident, Non-Resident, Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE), and International Cost of Attendance
Per Eastern Oregon University’s Waiver of Non resident Instruction fee policy, students from Oregon, Idaho, & Washington may be charged resident tuition rates, if they; 1) graduated from a state recognized high school in Oregon, Washington, or Idaho within the previous 3 year period, prior to the term of enrollment; or 2) are lawful residents of Idaho or Washington; or 3) were enrolled in an institution of higher education in Idaho or Washington during the preceding academic year, and attended full time for the entire academic year, prior to enrollment.
Western Undergraduate Exchange Program (WUE)
Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing
Tuition and Fees
The cost of college might be more than you realize! Here are some common costs you may not have considered.
— Federal Student Aid (@FAFSA) April 12, 2019
A key step in understanding which aid offer(s) to accept is to figure out the out-of-pocket costs (aka “net price”) of each school. Calculate your net price and compare costs here: https://t.co/TPtWZLP4Zs pic.twitter.com/eajbM4BnrY
— Federal Student Aid (@FAFSA) April 5, 2019