Funding your graduate education can take different forms. Learn your options.
  • How Much is Tuition?

      

    Tuition and mandatory fees are set by Oregon State each year based on residency status.

    Tuition rates

  • Graduate Assistantships

      

    Graduate Assistantships are employment-based appointments where students, in exchange for their service, receive a stipend, tuition coverage (called remission), and an institutional contribution toward mandatory fees and a health insurance program only available to graduate assistants.

    Assistantships

  • Fellowships and Scholarships

      

    Fellowships and scholarships are an essential source of funding designed to help graduate students meet their educational and research expenses. Some fellowships and scholarships are awarded institutionally by the Graduate School or by academic college and department committees, while external agencies award others.

    Fellowships and Scholarships

  • Graduate School Awards

      

    The Graduate School administers internal scholarships, fellowships, and awards. Students are encouraged to work with their major professors and academic units for nomination to these opportunities.

    Awards

  • Student Employment

      

    Employment is another way to help pay for graduate education. Graduate students can find work through on-campus jobs, off-campus jobs, or internships.

    Find a job

  • Financial Aid

      

    Graduate students typically pay for their education through a combination of loans, scholarships, grants, fellowships, and employment through their institution. The OSU Financial Aid office assists with understanding the kind of aid available.

    Financial aid

  • Scholar Incentive Program

      

    For participants and supervisors of scholar programs such as McNair, MARC U-STAR, LSAMP, Gates Millennium, GEM Fellowship, Ford Family Foundation Scholars, and more.

    Scholar Incentive Program