Scholarships and Financial Aid
OSU-Tulsa’s Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid is committed to helping students fulfill their educational dreams. A college degree is a major investment for both you and your family and our counselors will work one-on-one with you to help locate the financial assistance programs for which you may qualify.
Financial aid is designed to supplement the resources of students and families in paying for a college education. Much of the aid is made available through federal, state and institutional programs. Financial aid can be in the form of scholarships, grants, work-study employment or loan programs. If you qualify, you may be offered combinations of these types of aid depending on your financial need and the funds available.
OSU-Tulsa Federal School Code: 003170
Submit Your FAFSA Starting Oct. 1
- Fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) earlier for a better chance to receive grants, work-study and priority consideration for scholarships for next year.
- File using your previous year income tax returns.
Paying for College
OSU’s tuition is very competitive, and OSU-Tulsa students often graduate with little to no student debt because they transfer from community colleges or other institutions. While costs will vary depending on the number and type of classes you take, here are some Tuition and Fees estimates for popular OSU-Tulsa programs for 2020-21:
- Spears School of Business student enrolled in 15 credit hours - $6,801.00 per semester
- Spears School of Business student enrolled in 6 credit hours - $2,720.40 per semester
- College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology student enrolled in 15 credit hours - $7,677.75 per semester
- College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology student enrolled in 6 credit hours - $3,071.10 per semester
*Estimates are general and do not include books. Individual student tuition and fees will vary depending on type and number of classes taken.
- Payment Plan
- OSU-Tulsa Bursar Office
- OSU Stillwater Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid
- Parent Forms
- Information Sheets
- Satisfactory Academic Process
- Financial Literacy
- Consumer Information