The following are estimated expenses in U.S. dollars for the 2017-2018 academic year:
UNDERGRADUATE TUITION AND FEES
Fall and Spring Tuition* – $40,484
International Fee – $360
Health Insurance – $1,484
Student Association Fee – $140
Total Tuition and Fees – $42,468
Textbooks – $1,200
Housing (on-campus)** – $6,394
Food*** – $4,722
Community and Residence Hall Fees – $400
Personal Expenses – $3,460
Total Living Expenses – $16,176
Total Tuition, Fees, and Living Expenses – $58,644
There is a one-time Student Services fee of $485 for first-time enrollees.
* Estimate based on 12-18 credit hours per semester @ $1,453 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 12 meals per week (plus $400 Dining and $50 Game Day Dollars)
Students who intend to take summer classes will need to have additional funds as follows:
Tuition: $1,453 per credit hour
International Fee: $100
Estimated living expenses: $1,900 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.
Fall 2017 semester begins on August 21, 2017.
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have regarding the application process.