Graduate Program Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees are derived from Tuition and Mandatory Fees and the Tuition and Fee Policy Book.

University of Oregon tuition and fees are based on residency classification, student classification (undergraduate, graduate, etc.), and the number of credits enrolled.

Mandatory enrollment fees are individually listed below the tuition table. Want to know more about fees? See Mandatory Enrollment & Course Fees.

Graduate student cost of attendance estimates, including estimated living expenses, books, course materials, supplies, equipment, transportation, etc. are available online.

Select your graduate program, residency classification, and term to display the tuition and fee tables that apply to you. The tables show tuition and fees per term. (The tables may take a few seconds to load.)

As the Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master's program (CRES) is located in the School of Law, the tuition and fees for CRES are shown on the Law Program page.

Course-specific fees may also apply. For additional required fees, refer to the Class Schedule.


  • A one-time matriculation fee is assessed on all new and transfer students.
  • A one-time Event Fee is assessed on all new and transfer Law students, to cover Commencement-related costs.
  • Students not enrolled on the Eugene campus pay 50% of the Incidental Fee and do not pay the Recreation Center fees or the EMU Facility Fee.
  • Qualified tuition and fees do not include student health insurance fees for Tax Relief Act reporting.
  • Students enrolled in the Portland programs use the Portland State University Student Health Center, and pay the same Health Service Fee as PSU students.
  • Students coded as international undergraduates will be assessed a $200 support fee each term during the regular academic year, and $150 during the summer term.
  • International undergraduate, graduate and law students are automatically enrolled in the UO International Student Health Insurance Plan unless proof of other insurance that meets certain requirements is provided and a required waiver is completed.
  • Students will be charged an additional $20 per credit hour for undergraduate courses in the Business School (College of Business undergraduate differential tuition).
  • A portion of the Incidental Fee paid by undergraduate students who enrolled prior to summer 2022 is redirected, by agreement with the ASUO, to the Erb Memorial Union. Find more information on the ASUO site.
  • Non-Admitted (CEP) students’ tuition and fees are calculated based on their residency classification, course level (undergraduate or graduate), the number of credits enrolled, and the term of enrollment. Refer to the Non-Admitted Student Tuition and Required Fees table in the 2023-24 Tuition and Mandatory Fees document or the 2024-25 Tuition and Mandatory Fees document for details.
  • For information on the current and historical cost of education, see the Cost of Education data pages hosted by the UO Office of Institutional Research.