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Cost of Attendance

The Cost of Attendance (COA) is a standardized set of budgets used as a basis for determining maximum aid eligibility. Standard COA includes tuition, fees, housing, food, books, course materials, supplies and equipment, transportation, personal expenses, and loan fees. Cost of Attendance can vary based on program of study, living arrangements while in school, and a wide variety of other factors. Cost of Attendance can also be increased to include expenses such as a one-time computer purchase, childcare, travel for study abroad, health insurance, and professional fees.

Information about the Cost of Attendance at the University of Portland can be found below. These figures are based on averages and assumptions about the general student population. An individual student's budget can vary significantly. The total cost of attendance for a first-time, undergraduate student to attend the University of Portland and live on campus for the 2024-2025 academic year is $79,862. You can view your individualized Cost of Attendance in Self Serve Banner.

Nearly all full-time undergraduate students receive some type of financial aid at University of Portland. Please refer to your financial aid package for additional information. 

2024-2025* Tuition

*Covers Summer '24, Fall '24, and Spring '25 terms

Undergraduate

Enrollment Type Cost
Full-time Undergraduate Fall/Spring Semesters (12+ credit hours) $28,400/Semester
Part-time Undergraduate Fall/Spring Semesters (1 to 11 credit hours) $1,775/Credit
Undergraduate Summer Semester (1 or more credit hours) $950/Credit

College of Arts and Sciences Graduate Programs

Graduate Program
Cost
Masters of Arts in Communication Studies $1,500/Credit
Masters of Fine Arts $750/Credit

 

Pamplin School of Business Graduate Programs

Graduate Program Cost
Master of Business Administration $1,500/Credit
Master of Business Administration in Nonprofit Management $750/Credit
Master of Science in Finance $1,500/Credit
Master of Science in Operations and Technology Management $1,500/Credit

School of Education Graduate Programs

Graduate Program Cost
Master of Arts in Teaching $1,140/Credit
Doctor of Education/Educational Specialist $935/Credit
Master of Education $750/Credit
Master of Arts in Education $750/Credit
Master of Arts in Higher Education and Student Affairs $750/Credit
Education Certificates (Post-Baccalaureate; Post-Master's) $750/Credit

 School of Engineering Graduate Programs

Graduate Program Cost
Master of Engineering $1,500/Credit
Master of Biomedical Engineering $1,500/Credit

 School of Nursing Graduate Programs

Graduate Program Cost
Doctor of Nursing Practice $1,500/Credit

 Course Auditing 

Undergraduate/Graduate Programs Cost
Course Audit Tuition  50%/Credit, 100% of fees 

 

2024-2025 Fees

Assessment Cost
Professional Tuition (BSN Nursing classes) $150/Credit
Professional Tuition (Engineering, Integrative Health & Wellness and Business classes) $100/Credit
Professional Tuition (Education classes*) $50/Credit
ASUP Student Activities Fee (Full-time undergraduate students, Fall/Spring) $150/Semester
Campus Access Fee** (Full-time undergraduate students, Fall/Spring) $500/Semester
New Student Fee  $200
Health Insurance (Undergraduate full-time students; can be waived)
$1,878/Semester (estimate)
Health Insurance (Graduate students) $2,488/Semester (estimate)
Private Music Lessons $500/Credit
Laboratory/Workshop Fees Varies

* Graduate programs in the School of Education are exempt from professional fees unless noted in the course description.

** The campus access fee supports the provision of technology, recreation, and health and wellness services, as well as access to Division I athletic events and The Log (yearbook) to all undergraduate students, whether they live on or off campus.  This charge, previously bundled with housing rates, has been decoupled from housing so as to be shared more equitably among all undergraduate students who have access to these services.  This is a common fee among our peer institutions who may, as we do, charge a single, bundled fee, or who may charge several smaller fees.

2024-2025 Housing

Housing Type Cost
Traditional Hall Single Room  $7,200/Semester
Traditional Hall/Double/Triple/Quad Room $5,400/Semester
Haggerty and Tyson Single Room  $8,050/Semester
Haggerty and Tyson Double Room  $6,250/Semester
Off-Campus* (Estimated, Varies) $5,237/Semester

*Students living with parents may have $786/semester included in their cost of attendance to cover room costs.

2024-2025 Food 

Type Cost
On-Campus Meal Plan 1 Low (2,100 Dining Points) $2,400/Semester
On-Campus Meal Plan 2 Standard (2,525 Dining Points) $2,825/Semester
On-Campus Meal Plan 3 High (2,950 Dining Points)  $3,250/Semester
On Campus "Bluff Bucks" Meal Plan Supplement (200 Points) $200 (purchase as needed)
Off Campus* (Estimated/Varies) $2,244/Semester

 *Students living with parents may have $740/semester included in their cost of attendance to cover meal costs. 

2024-2025 Other Expenses

Other expenses are estimated and vary from student to student.

Expense Fee
Books $510/Semester (estimated/varies)
Loan Fees Varies
Personal Expenses $705/Semester
Transportation $269-629/Semester

 

Cost of Attendance Increase

The Office of Financial Aid uses average expenses for all students attending the University of Portland. If your expenses are higher than the standard Cost of Attendance included on your offer letter, complete and return a 2024-2025 Cost of Attendance Increase Request Form, available in the PilotsUP Portal. Cost of Attendance can be increased for costs such as a one-time computer purchase, health insurance, child care, etc. Cost of Attendance cannot be increased to cover car payments or mortgage payments. In general, an increase to Cost of Attendance will result in eligibility for additional loans, not gift aid.

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