Non-Admitted (CEP) Undergraduate Tuition & Fees
This information is for non-admitted and Community Education Program (CEP) undergraduate students. Non-admitted undergraduate students such as CEP, are assessed tuition and administrative mandatory fees at the most recent tuition cohort rate.
For tuition and fees for admitted undergraduate students first enrolled before Summer 2020, please see Continuing Undergraduate Tuition & Fees. For admitted undergraduate students enrolling for the first time in Summer 2020 or later, please see Guaranteed Undergraduate Tuition & Fees.
Spring and Fall 2020 CEP Credit Limit
Term credit limits have been increased to 20 for Spring and Fall 2020 terms for undergraduate CEP students in order to support students in continuing their education during this unprecedented situation. CEP students who cannot register for more than 8 credits, please email us for assistance.
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.
Choose your term and residency status to display the tuition & fees table that applies to you. The table shows the tuition & fees per term.
Non-Admitted [CEP] tuition and fees are based on residency, course level, and the number of credits enrolled. Course-specific fees may also apply. For additional required fees, refer to the Class Schedule. See also: How Much Will It Cost?
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Tuition & Fee Tables (UO Office of Institutional Research)
Historical Tuition Rates
See also: Policies on Tuition, Mandatory Enrollment Fees and Other Charges, Fines, and Fees (Budget and Resource Planning)