Costs, tuition and fees
When planning out your budget for your college career, please keep in mind a few items that you may be required to pay for.
- Tuition: Tuition for the current academic year is $360 per credit. This total includes segregated fees, differential tuition fees and municipal fees.
- Specific course fees: A handful of our courses require students to pay specific course fees. Those nominal fees will be communicated to you by your instructors before the start of the course.
- Textbooks: Students will be given the titles, editions and authors of their required textbooks. Books can be purchased through our University Bookstore, but many students look online for deals on used textbooks.
For more information on University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student fees, please contact the Student Accounts office at (920) 424-3318 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh offers two tuition and fee payment options to all students:
- Full payment option – The entire semester cost of tuition is due at the beginning of the semester.
- Partial payment option – Semester cost of tuition is paid in three installments throughout the main academic semesters and in two installments in summer term. Download the Partial Payment Option Form to enroll today.
For a schedule of payment options, please visit the Student Account website.
Students are also offered the option to purchase their books in advance of financial aid disbursement. To apply for a Book Purchase Advance, download the request form.
Aid, Scholarships and Grants
Federal Application Form for Student Aid (FAFSA)
The federal government offers financial aid in terms of grants, loans and work study. Financial aid is largely granted in terms of student need. Please visit the Financial Aid Office website for more information on how and when to apply for FAFSA.
Many employers offer partial or full tuition reimbursement to employees who are attending college. Check with your company’s human resources department to find out if any educational benefits are offered. If your employer offers a tuition reimbursement policy you may qualify to defer your tuition. Speak with one of our advisors to discuss this option.
- Broke Scholar: Online scholarship search engine that allows you to search for scholarships that apply directly to you.
- College Board: A collection of public and private scholarships that allow you to fill out a questionnaire to match you with the appropriate scholarships.
- Fast Web: Gives advice on applying for scholarships and provides advice on the financial aid process.
- Scholarship Hunter: Search for academic or athletic scholarships, scholarship contests, essay awards and state awards.
- Student Scholarship Search: A scholarship and grant search engine.
- NextStudent: A resource for the entire financial aid process—from applying for scholarships to paying your loans after graduation.