Tuition, Fees & Expenses

Tuition, Fees, and Expenses

The following are estimated expenses in U.S. dollars for the 2014-2015 academic year:

UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND FEES
Fall and Spring Tuition* $35,050
International Fee $360
Health Insurance $1,150  
Student Association Fee $120
Total Tuition and Fees $36,680

LIVING EXPENSES
Textbooks $1,200
Housing (on-campus)** $5,800  
Food*** $4,626
Community and Residence Hall fees 250
Personal Expenses $3,016
Total Living Expenses $14,892

Total Tuition, Fees, and Living Expenses $51,572

There is a one-time Student Services fee of $485 for first-time enrollees.

* Estimate based on 12-18 credit hours per semester @ $1,258 per credit hour  
** Housing estimate based on double room in William F. Fisher Hall plus fees - Cost is per student
*** Cost based on a university meal plan with 19 meals per week without transferability.

Students who intend to take summer classes will need to have additional funds as follows:

Tuition: $1,258 per credit hour
International Fee: $75
Estimated living expenses: $1,000 per month

Students who will have family members accompanying them must show an additional $3,000 for a spouse and $1,500 for each dependent child.


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Richard Hojel Scholarship

The Richard C. Hojel scholarship is a full tuition scholarship to study petroleum engineering in our internationally recognized petroleum engineering program. It is available to all Mexican Students. All qualified applicants will be considered, there is no additional application form. The Hojel Award is a gift to the University of Tulsa by the Hojel and Meinig families in memory of Richard C. Hojel, a distinguished alumnus and generous friend of the university.

All necessary applications and forms can be found on this website. Please contact the Office of International Student Service at inst@utulsa.edu with any questions you may have regarding the application process.