The cost of credit classes is based on the number of credit hours. Credit hours for each course are listed in the class schedule. Oregon residents 62 and older may be eligible for free or discounted tuition for seniors.
Tuition and fees for credit courses
|Resident||$116 per credit||Applies to U.S. citizens or immigrants with permanent residency status in OR, WA, CA, ID and NV.|
|Non-resident||$251 per credit||Applies to international students and students residing in states which do not border Oregon.|
|Technology fee||$5.30 per credit||Supports staffing, classroom technology, libraries, and Online Learning.|
|Student activity fee||$3.40 per credit||Supports student government, staffing, intramurals, and child care.|
|Online Learning fee||$20 per course||Covers online course development, instructor training, online advising and success facilitators.|
|Lab fees||Up to $45 per course||Covers materials, supplies, and equipment. See fees in the class schedule.|
|College service fee||$15 per term||Supports transcripts, graduation, application, and book lockers.|
|Transportation fee||$8 per term||Supports transportation master plan and TriMet subsidies.|
|See a list of other common fees.|
College cost calculator
Estimated cost of attendance
Please note: Taking more than 19 credits a term will require an override arrangement.
|Student activity fee|
|College service fee|
|Parking permit fee|
|Less anticipated financial aid|
|Total estimated cost|
|Additional fees: Online Learning, lab fees, and special course fees||+ additional fees|
|Books: add $50 to $100 to the cost of each course||+ cost of books|
See payment plan amounts
|Type of payment plan||1st||2nd||3rd||4th||5th|
|3 installment plan (monthly payments)|
|5 installment plan (bi-weekly payments)|
Payment amounts above are estimated: depending on your total cost and sign up date, your actual amounts may differ.
Read more about setting up your payment plan.