Tuition & Fees
(per credit hour)*+
(per credit hour)*+
* These charges are set by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education and are subject to change.
+ Various tuition waivers are available to qualified students (Non-Resident and Resident), please see the Financial Aid and Scholarships page to see the qualifications.
|Amount Per Credit Hour||Explanation|
|Campus Health Services Fee||$1.00||Provides comprehensive Health Care Services for students, faculty, & staff.|
|Student Union Fee||$2.00||
Provides funding for the operation of the Student Union Building including facility upkeep, renovations and enhancements to the facility that will benefit students, the community, and campus visitors.
|Student Activity Fee||$5.65||
Provides support to such programs, services and organizations as SGA, student clubs and organizations, intramural athletics and sports clubs, Covelle Hall Wellness Center and the Student Life Office.
|Cultural & Scholastic Rec Fee||$3.00||
Provides funding for new initiatives including participation in student engagement efforts (linked to retention of freshmen and second year students), student development and leadership opportunities, community service programing, and various other programs available to students throughout the year offered by the Office of Student Life.
Provides funding to purchase materials for new programs of study, to update the collection, purchase equipment and furniture for a student space, and update the current automation system.
|Library Electronic Resources Fee||$2.00||
Provides funding to purchase laptops and other A/V equipment; purchase new and upgrade old computers; software upgrades, site licenses, electronic databases and other electronic services; expand electronic resources, particularly for new and future programs of study; integration of services with online course management system; and to provide more virtual library services.
Provides funding for graduation and transcript services and upgrades.
|College Excellence Fee||$5.00||
Provides funding, through a revenue bond issue, to repair streets, parking lots, add safety lighting, repair of and/or additional sidewalks, and the construction of a Student Success/Welcome Center.
|Academic Excellence Fee||$2.50||
Provides funding to maintain the quality of the academic programs, and generate additional funding to accommodate growth and implementation of new technologies.
Provides funding to maintain streets and parking lots.
|IT Infrastructure Fee||$2.00||Provides funding to upgrade campus infrastructure in both hardware and software aspects of the network.|
Provides funding for student assessment.
Provides funding for equipment to enhance technological programs.
|Campus Infrastructure Fee||$3.00||
Provides funding for construction and renovation of academic buildings and infrastructure.
Academic Service Fees
Charges related to specific courses
|Amount Per Credit Hour||Explanation|
|Off-Campus Electronic Media Fee||$25.00||Provides funding for courses delivered electronically. The amount is dependent on the portion of the course delivered electronically so it some courses may be less than $25.00.|
|Remedial Course Fee||$18.50||Provides funding for courses that are below freshman level. It is charged per remedial credit hour.|
|International Student Maintenance Fee||$50.00 per term||Provides funding for administrative costs related to international students.|
|Orthotics & Prosthetics Classroom and Laboratory Supply Fee||$300 per course||
Provides funding for consumable materials used in classroom projects. Amount may vary by course.
|Science Lab Fee||$5.00||
Provides funding for laboratory supplies for some Biology, Chemistry and Physics courses.
|Automotive Collision Materials Fee||$7.00||
Provides funding for consumable materials used in all AUC courses.
|Culinary Arts Materials Fee||$50.00||
Provides funding for consumable supplies for some Culinary courses.
|High Voltage Lineman Materials Fee||$1.50||
Provides funding for consumable supplies for some HVLP courses.
|High Voltage Fuel Fee||$30.00 per course||
Provides funding for fuel for some HVLP courses.
|High Voltage Lineman Program Fee||$17.50||Provides funding for HVLP program excellence.|
|Welding Supply Fee||$78.00 per course||
Provides funding for consumable supplies for GTCT 1183.
|GTCT Welding Fee||$60.00 per course||
Provides funding for equipment replacement for GTCT 1183.
|Electrical Materials Fee||$7.00||
Provides funding for consumable materials for some Engineering ETDE courses.
|Manufacturing Materials Fee||$40.00||
Provides funding for consumable materials for some Manufacturing ETDM courses. ETDM 1153 is $5.00 per student credit hour.
|Truck Technician Fee||$90.00 per course||Provides funding for consumable materials for some DHEU courses.|
|Graphic Design Lab Fee||$30.00 per course||Provides funding for consumable materials for some GRD courses.|
|Photography Lab Fee||$30.00 per course||
Provides funding for consumable materials for some PHO courses.
|Multimedia Lab Fee||$30.00 per course||
Provides funding for consumable materials for some MMT courses.
|Visual Communication Lab Fee||$30.00 per course||
Provides funding for consumable materials for some VIS courses.
|Watchmaking Materials Fee||$20.00||Provides funding for consumable materials for some WMT courses.|
Special Fees & Charges
|Parking Permit (annual)||FREE|
|Replacement Parking Permit||$15.00|
|ID Card(First Card)||FREE|
|Replacement ID Card Charge||$15.00|
|Late Enrollment Fee||$10.00|
|Return Check Charge||$20.00|
|Diploma Replacement Fee||$30.00|
Fees for Assessment & Testing
|ACCUPLACER Testing||FREE for first visit up to 3 tests|
|ACCUPLACER Retesting||$5.00 per visit||Used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities; expansion of third party assessments for industry credentialing; additional programming in Assessment Center|
|Remote ACCUPLACER Testing (testing for another university)||$25.00||Used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities; expansion of third party assessments for industry credentialing; additional programming in Assessment Center|
|ACT Residual Test (registration required)||$50.00||Set fees are paid directly to testing vendor, monies not associated with vendor fee are used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities and programs in the Assessment Center.|
|CLEP Exam (registration required)||$120.00||Set fees are paid directly to testing vendor, monies not associated with vendor fee are used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities and programs in the Assessment Center.|
|Exam Proctoring||$25.00||Used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities; expansion of third party assessments for industry credentialing; additional programming in Assessment Center.|
|GED Test (registration required) 4 Sections||$34.00 each||Set fees are paid directly to testing vendor, monies not associated with vendor fee are used to upgrade, maintain, and improve the facilities and programs in the Assessment Center.|
|GED Retest (registration required)||$34.00|
|ACCUPLACER Admission Reading, Math, & English Test (registration required with the Nursing Dept.)||FREE|
|Nursing Testing||$135.00||Fees paid to vendor for the standardized testing package as part of the National Council Licensure examination preparation.|
|LPN to RN Exam||$25.00||Fees paid to vendor for the entrance examination used in the selection of candidates.|
|Prior Learning Assessment||$5.00/credit hour||Partially offset costs for evaluating work, military, and life experiences through skills assessments, challenge exams and portfolio reviews. Fees are non-refundable and based upon the number of credit hours attempted. Additional fees may be charged for skills assessments.|
All Charges and Fees are subject to change.
Estimated Costs for College
An estimated cost for one semester is shown below. Remember, your actual costs will vary. These estimates are based on full-time enrollment (15 credit hours) per semester, so you may spend more or less than these average estimates. Some courses have additional fees charged, see tuition and fee chart for actual cost. If you’re interested in a more personalized figure for tuition and fees, try our net price calculator.
Estimated Costs of College
|Tuition and Fees||$2,775.00||$5,630.00|
|Room and Board||$2,436.00||$2,436.00|
|Books and Supplies||$600.00||$600.00|
|Estimated Cost per Semester||$5,811.00||$8,666.00|
Cost of Attendance for Concurrent High School Senior Enrollment
Tuition & Fee Cost
Concurrent Student Tuition Waiver
Total Cost for Concurrent Student
|up to 6 credit hours||$185.00||$145.00||$40.00|
|7 or more credit hours||$185.00||NONE||$185.00|
Credit hours are determined by the amount of class time required. At OSUIT the fourth number of the course number denotes the credit hour. For example: ENGL1113 is 3 credit hours and BIOL1114 is 4 credit hours.
Estimated Costs for Concurrent Enrollment
3 Credit Hours
6 Credit Hours
9 Credit Hours
|Tuition and Fees||$555.00||$1110.00||$1,665.00|
|Concurrent Tuition Waiver||$435.00||$870.00||$870.00|
|Books and Supplies||$150.00||$300.00||$450.00|
|Estimated Cost per Semester||$270.00||$540.00||$1215.00|
Note: Additional Fees and Special Fees apply to concurrent high school student enrollment charges.
Fee & Tuition Refund Policy
Fee and tuition refunds are made to those students who withdraw completely from OSU Institute of Technology in accordance with Oklahoma State Regents policy. For more information, please see our refund policy.
Total Fees & Tuition will be reduced by:
- 100% if proper withdrawal is made during the first 2 weeks of each 16 week term
- No reduction after the 2nd week of the semester
- Fee and tuition refunds also may be made for individual courses dropped within the first two weeks of the semester for full semester courses. The above refund schedules apply to full-semester courses. For courses of shorter duration, check with the Office of Admissions for refund schedule.
Noncredit courses dropped prior to the first class meeting will be fully refunded. No refund will be given after the first class meeting.
Refunds to financial aid recipients who withdraw from school during the refund period must be returned to the appropriate financial aid accounts. Students may also be required to repay a portion of the financial aid received.
Refunds will be made to financial aid accounts in the following order:
- Unsubsidized Federal Stafford Loan
- Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan
- Federal PLUS Loan
- Federal Perkins Loan
- Federal Pell Grant
- Federal SEOG Grant
- Other SFA Programs
- Other Federal, State, Private, or Institutional aid programs
- The Student
Examples of Student Financial Aid Refund and Repayment calculations are available in Student Financial Services.
Students who are attending OSU Institute of Technology for the first time and who are receiving student financial aid, will be eligible for a pro rata refund based upon federal regulations and OSU Institute of Technology written policies. A pro rata refund must also be refunded to the appropriate financial aid accounts.
Also, students with courses scheduled to meet less than the full semester will have adjusted refund periods based on the beginning date and length of the individual course(s).