Your University of Oregon bill each term or semester is primarily made up of tuition, mandatory enrollment fees and course fees. (See also: How Much Will It Cost?)
Fall 2020 Online Fee Refund
The $25 per credit online fee will be charged and refunded for Fall 2020 term courses.
Spring and Summer 2020 Fee Refund
The university will provide a refund to any student who has paid the Student Union and Student Rec Center mandatory fees for Spring and Summer 2020 terms. Students who paid these fees will have a fee remission (credit) applied to their accounts. Additional information outlined in the message from the Division of Student Life.
Mandatory Enrollment Fees
The basic mandatory enrollment fees are based on three criteria:
- Your residency (in-state, out-of-state, domestic or international)
- Your student classification (Undergraduate, Graduate, Law)
- The number of credits in which you are enrolled.
This is a one-time fee required by all new, admitted Undergraduate, Graduate, Post-baccalaureate and Law students and appears on your bill at the beginning of your first term at the UO.
||Health Svc Fee
||Recreation Center Bond Fee
||Recreation Center Fee
||EMU Facility Fee
|All Admitted Students
|OIMB (Charleston) Programs
|Community Education Programs
This fee is used to fund the construction and provide debt service for capital projects, primarily those associated with student centers, health centers, and recreational facilities.
This fee covers the cost of running the student government and numerous student groups who submit budget requests each year. The most visible benefits a student receives from this fee include free athletic tickets and free bus service throughout Lane County. Students enrolled in off-campus programs (OIMB and Portland only) are assessed 50% of the Incidental fee.
Health Service Fee
This fee provides the student access to a full service Health Center on Campus. This includes low cost office visits, reduced pharmacy rates, lab work and other medical services. It does not include insurance. The full fee is assessed regardless of the number of credits for which a student is registered. Students enrolled in the Portland programs use the Portland State University Student Health Center, and pay the same Health Service Fee as PSU students.
Recreation Center Fees
- Recreation Center Fee: This fee is being used to retire the debt incurred to build and renovate the Student Recreation Center. The fee was first approved by students in an election in 1997, and beginning in Fall 2009, is a flat fee.
- Recreation Center Bond Fee: The Recreation Center Bond Fee is for the bond debt service on the new Recreation Center addition.
Law School Event Fee
A one-time $150 Event Fee is assessed on all new and transfer Law students, to cover Commencement-related costs.
International Student Support Fee
Students coded as international undergraduates will be assessed a $200 fee each term during the regular academic year. During the summer, this fee is $150. This fee is intended to support the services for international students, which include academic support; enrollment services; increased immigration compliance and reporting (as required by the federal government); personal and cultural counseling and advising; and accelerated planning and delivering of new programs.
International Student Insurance
University of Oregon international students and their accompanying dependents are required to have health and accident insurance which meet the University of Oregon requirements (OAR 571-04-015). International undergraduate and graduate students registered for the current term will be automatically billed for the cost of the UO insurance plan. Spouses and unmarried children under the age of 19 are also eligible for coverage under the UO insurance plan, provided the eligible student is covered by this insurance.
The premium for the plan will appear automatically on your tuition bill unless you have other insurance that meets certain requirements (and have completed the required waiver). Please refer to the University of Oregon Health Center page for more details. (See also: Office of International Affairs. International law students should also consult the School of Law about this plan).
Course Fees cover instruction-related services such as materials consumed by a student as a part of the course or required field trip costs. To determine which courses might have course fees, use the the Course Fees Report to view the lists of all approved course fees.
You can also look up specific classes in the Class Schedule; if there is a green "$" in the "Notes" column, the course has a course fee for that term. (See example below). Click on either the Notes or on the underlined CRN for that class to view the course fee amount.
(Example from "Classes Found" results list)
(Example from "Course Data" page)
Self-Support Course Fees are charged for some courses instead of the typical tuition/fees listed above.
When you use the Class Schedule to select your courses, look for a footnote of "T" in the "Notes" column. Click on either the Notes or on the underlined CRN of the class to find the amount of self-support tuition being assessed for that course. (See example above). If any of your courses are self support, you need to make sure that you add the self-support amount listed to your total cost -- but don't count those credits as part of your tuition and fees.
Tips For Avoiding Other Fees
- Check your UO e-mail account regularly for your student billing alerts. The Business Affairs Office will e-mail you at your uoregon.edu e-mail address to remind you about due dates for your university account. Be sure to log into DuckWeb and pay your account on time to avoid late charges.
- Register for your classes on time to avoid late registration fees.
- Register your car and/or bike. Park where you should to avoid parking fines and towing fees.
- Return your library books on time to avoid late book fines.