Tuition and Fees Information at Northwestern Oklahoma State University
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Tuition and Fees

Breakdown of Costs and Fees

Estimated Fixed Costs for the 2013-14 Academic Year
(Estimated cost for two semesters - 30 hours)
Fees may vary with course selection and number of hours enrolled
  

*Resident Tuition (approximate) $4,537.50

Undergraduate courses at $151.25 per credit hour

 
Fees Required of All Students (for 30 credit hours - two semesters) $945.00
Room and Board (**15 meals per week-semi-private room) $3,960.00

Semi Private Room: $1,400 per year; Private Room $2,400 per year
Board : 19-meals $2,680; 15-meals $2,560;
10-meals $2,370

Books and Supplies (estimated)

$1,200.00

Approximate Fixed Expenses

$10,642.50

Estimated Fixed Costs for the 2013-14 Academic Year for Non-Resident/International Students
Fees may vary with course selection and number of hours enrolled

*Non-Resident Tuition Costs (based on 30 credit hrs.)

$10,747.50

Undergraduate courses at $358.25 per credit hour

Fees (for 30 credit hours - two semesters) $945.00
Room and Board (**15 meals per week-semi-private) $3,960.00

Semi Private Room: $1,400 per year; Private Room $2,400 per year
Board : 19-meals $2,680; 15-meals $2,560;
10-meals $2,370

Books and Supplies (estimated)

$1,200.00

International Student Maintenance fee (if applicable)

$     30.00

Approximate Fixed Expenses

$16,882.50

*Non-Resident Tuition Waiver Policy

Non-Oklahoma residents (excluding international students) may be eligible for the NWOSU GO OK! Tuition waiver. The waiver will waive all but $20 an hour of the out state tuition portion if the student qualifies. Each semester the Registrar's office will determine if out-of-state residents meet the requirements for this waiver. Criteria to meet the requirements for this waiver are as follows:

Undergraduate Students:

All newly admitted students (first-time freshmen and first-time transfers) receive the GO OK! tuition waiver.**

Continuing Undergraduate and Readmission Students:

Have a retention/graduation GPA of 2.00.

**Students fall under the continuing undergraduate student policy beginning the fall semester after initial admittance to NWOSU.

Graduate Students:

Make formal application to the Graduate Program AND meet unconditional admission (refer to the Graduate Catalog for details)

Have a retention/graduation GPA of 3.00.

Online Proctored Exam Information

Students enrolling in online courses are responsible for proctoring fees which may be associated with the online course exams.

Note:  Northwestern students traveling to a Northwestern campus (Alva, Enid, or Woodward) for a proctored exam are not assessed a proctoring fee.