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Free and Reduced-Price Summer Tuition

As part of The University of Tulsa’s commitment to students’ success, TU is offering new, lower pricing for summer school beginning with the summer 2018 term. This plan is designed to help freshmen and sophomores build credit hours, and it cuts summer tuition in half for all undergraduates.

For freshmen

If you finish your freshman year next spring with fewer than 30 credit hours earned at TU, any summer courses you take to reach a 30-hour total (up to nine hours) will be tuition free. (Fees still apply.) We think of this approach as “banking” untaken hours from your regular year. Any additional summer hours will be billed at a half-price summer rate (see below).

For sophomores

Likewise, if you are a sophomore finishing next spring with fewer than 60 credit hours earned at TU, any summer courses you take to reach a 60-hour total (up to nine hours) will be tuition free. (Fees still apply.) Any additional summer hours will be billed at a half-price summer rate (see below).

For all undergraduate students

Alongside the 30/60 tuition waivers noted above, all undergraduates can take summer courses for $726 per credit hour, which is half the tuition rate charged during the regular 2017-18 academic year. (Fees still apply.)

For more information or to enroll in these specially priced summer courses, students should contact their adviser in March 2018.