Tuition and costs for graduate students are based on residency, graduate program and the number of credits enrolled.
The Office of the Registrar provides an interactive spreadsheet to help students calculate their own cost of tuition and fees.
To access the most accurate information from be sure to select Graduate and the particular program from the student classification drop down menu (e.g., master’s/doctoral, sports product design, education, journalism, music and dance, etc.) and verify your residency status.
Cost of Attendance Estimate
The Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships provides estimates for cost of attendance beyond tuition and fees that include housing, books and supplies, personal expenses, and transportation.
Funding and Employment
Graduate employee (GE) is the term used at the UO for teaching, research, and administrative graduate assistantships.
Our GEs receive a competitive compensation package that includes a monthly salary, full-time tuition waiver, mandatory fees subsidy, health insurance premium coverage, and subsidized health insurance premium coverage for dependents.
All GEs at the UO receive labor union representation.
Scholarships, Fellowships, and Awards
The Division of Graduate Studies administers a range of annual fellowships and research awards for graduate students.
Additional fellowships and awards are available from other departments, units, and research centers throughout the University of Oregon.
We also can help connect you with a variety of support opportunities offered by agencies and entities outside the UO.
Loans and Financial Aid
Various financial aid options are available to help fund graduate studies at the University of Oregon.
For domestic students, the options include unsubsidized federal student loans and credit-based loans that may cover up to the full cost of attendance.
In most cases, you must complete a FAFSA form to be considered for student loans. Loans are administered through the Office of Student Financial Aid & Scholarships.