The 2017-2018 tuition and fees schedule is effective through 06/30/2018.

If you have any questions about paying for your tuition, or would like help accessing financial aid programs, contact the Ottawa University Family Financial Planner. You may be eligible for more money than you think. 

Tuition and Fees

  2017-18
  Semester Year
Full Time Tuition (12-18 hours) $13,000 $26,000
Part Time Tuition (per hour up to 11 hours) $1,083 $1,083
Overload Tuition (per hour over 19) $722 $722
Occasional Tuition (one course per semester) $542 $542
Summer School (under 4 hours) $542 $542
Summer School (4 hours and over) $487 $487
Teacher Certification Students  $440 $440
Master of Business Administration Program (per hour) $620 $620
Master of Arts in Education (per hour) $385 $385

Prices are subject to change.

Residence Hall Charges

  2017-18
  Semester Year
Pavillion:    
Double Occupancy $3,000 $6,000
Single Occupancy (if available)  $5,500 $11,000
     
Hotel:    
Double/Triple/Quad Occupancy $3,000 $6,000
Single Occupancy Not Available Not Available

Prices are subject to change.

Dining Club Membership Charges

  2017-18
  Semester Year
All Access - Unlimited number of meals per week $2,400 $4,800
Commuter - 100 swipes per semester ($100 Dining Dollars) $875 $1,750

Prices are subject to change.

Other Charges

  2017-18
  Semester  Year 
Student Fees    
Facility Fee $43 $86
Student Benefit Fee - Full Time (over 12 hours) $375 $750
Student Benefit Fee - Part Time (1-11 hours, per credit hour) $30 $30
Technology Fee $52 $104
     
Insurance    
Student Health Insurance Estimate   $1,250
Athletic Participation Fee $550  
Cheer/Dance Participation Fee $550  
     
Other Charges    
Application Fee $25  
Enrollment Deposit (credit to student account) $100  
Graduation Fee $250  
Housing Reservation Deposit (credit to student account) $50  
Science Course Lab Fee (per lab; varies by course) $45-$80  
Student Teaching Fee $250  
Teacher Education Course Lab Fee $55  

Prices are subject to change.

Refund Policy

Students who withdraw from the University (with or without attendance) after the semester has started will be eligible for a refund per the following schedule.  Other expenses are not refunded.
SEMESTER

Prior to first day of classes 100% refund
During 1st week of classes of 1st 8-week term 85% refund
During 2nd week of classes of 1st 8-week term 65% refund
After 2nd week of classes of 1st 8-week term 50% refund
During 1st week of classes of 2nd 8-week term 35% refund
During 2nd week of classes of 2nd 8-week term 15% refund
After 2nd week of classes of 2nd 8-week term No refund