As a public university, we are dedicated to making a high quality, liberal arts and sciences education available to all qualified students. Each year, over 90% of Clark Honors College students receive substantial scholarship support through merit-based and need-based aid packages.
All questions regarding tuition and scholarships should be directed to the UO Office of Financial Aid.
2023-2024 Undergraduate Costs of Attendance
|Tuition and Fees
Based on typical enrollment for new incoming undergraduates of 15 credits for each of three terms, totaling 45 credits per year.
|Clark Honors College Tuition: 2023 Cohort||$3,030||
|On-Campus Living Expenses (Housing and Food)
Based on the average cost of a common type of room and standard meal plan. University of Oregon students live on campus for their freshman year.
|UO Costs Total||
|Other Estimated Costs|
Books, course materials, supplies, and equipment
|Miscellaneous Personal Expenses||
|The total estimated cost of attendance, including UO costs and other estimated costs, is $38,751 for residents and $67,332 for nonresidents.|
Costs shown represent full-time attendance during the academic year. Students beginning their first term at the University of Oregon will also be assessed a one-time Matriculation Fee. Visit the university's "Cost of Attendance" page to learn more.
Honors College Tuition
In the Clark Honors College we keep classes small, with an average of 15 students per class, and no more than 19 students. All of our classes are taught by professors, not graduate students. You will have access to dedicated advising resources, and assistance qualifying for and applying to prestigious national scholarships. We provide social and academic spaces just for honors college students, including a student kitchen and lounge, computer lab with subsidized printing, and honors library. Honors College Tuition (HCT) makes this possible.
HCT will appear on your student billing account each term, except for summer. If you take summer courses, HCT will not be charged. We are able to offer a limited number of Honors College Tuition Scholarships, which are distributed on the basis of demonstrated financial need. See below for complete details.
Students who suddenly find themselves in financial crisis and/or changed financial circumstances may formally apply to the CHC for Emergency Bridge Funding for CHC differential tuition for one term. Additional information and application instructions can be found on the CHC’s student Canvas site.
The Clark Honors College has its academic home in Chapman Hall, and its residential home in the New Residence Hall (Building B) and neighboring Justice Bean Hall. Incoming first-year Clark Honors College students are given priority registration for these residence halls, however you are not required to live in CHC designated housing.
Questions about the residence halls? Contact University Housing.
Incoming Student Scholarships
Students who have applied and been accepted to the University of Oregon and the Clark Honors College will receive three separate notifications:
- An offer of acceptance from the UO
- An offer of acceptance from the Clark Honors College
- A financial aid award from the UO Office of Financial Aid. Financial aid award letters are mailed by April 1 for all students who submit a FAFSA to the UO by March 1.
You will automatically be considered for some scholarships when you apply to the University of Oregon, and you will have to apply separately for others. All award decisions are made by the Office of Financial Aid.