For information about the U.S. Department of Education’s recent Student Debt Relief Plan announcement please visit: U.S. Department of Education’s recent Student Debt Relief Plan announcement
Office of Financial Aid Hours:
In-person - 1:00pm to 4:00pm Monday to Friday - Kerr Admin 218
Phone - 10:00am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday - 541-737-2241
Email - anytime at email@example.com
You've got big dreams for your future, and Oregon State University can help put that future within your reach. The Office of Financial Aid welcomes the opportunity to help you make your dreams for a quality education come true.
"As a university community, we must join together to ensure that all members of the OSU community — students, faculty, staff and visitors — not only feel welcomed and safe, but experience our community as a place to thrive."
-President Emeritus Ed Ray
The Federal CARES Act, Federal Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriations Act (CRRSAA), and American Rescue Plan (ARP) provided emergency aid to help students to cover additional expenses incurred from campus disruptions due to COVID-19. These may include food, housing, course materials, technology, health care and child care. OSU has now paid out all of the funding it received from the CARES Act and CRRSAA for student support. Visit our CARES, CRRSAA and ARP reporting page for details.
We recognize that college is a big investment for you and your family. Take advantage of our resources to help navigate the cost of your education. We have detailed cost estimates, a net price calculator, budget worksheets, housing and dining options, and debt management solutions. If you have emergency needs please contact our office.
Learn the fundamentals of the financial aid application process. We offer detailed options for every student type, explanations of various forms of aid, and information for parents.
Financial aid is a process. We want you to understand your financial aid offer letter, know how to accept your financial aid offer, and what happens after your FAFSA has been processed.
There are many factors that impact your eligibility for aid when you are a student. Knowing how different decisions will impact your aid will help you maintain eligibility. Learn how payments work, how to renew your aid, what happens when courses are dropped and how to maintain satisfactory academic progress.