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2022-23 Graduate cost estimates

These are estimated educational expenses for the academic year from August 2022 to May 2023.

 

Students with assistantships will have reduced tuition and health insurance costs. Contact the Graduate College at grad-i@okstate.edu for more information.


Yearly estimates

In-state students: $25,950

Direct Expenses  
Tuition & fees (16-hour estimate) $7,550
Housing & meals (on- or off-campus) $12,110
Books & supplies $740
Total $20,400
Additional Personal Expenses  
Transportation $2,130
Personal & miscellaneous $3,420
Total $5,550

Out-of-state students: $36,290

Direct Expenses  
Tuition & fees (16-hour estimate) $17,890
Housing & meals (on- or off-campus) $12,110
Books & supplies $740
Total $30,740
Additional Personal Expenses  
Transportation $2,130
Personal & miscellaneous $3,420
Total $5,550

International students without assistantship: $40,381

Direct Expenses  
Tuition & fees (18-hour estimate) $20,860
Housing & meals (on- or off-campus) $11,540
Books & supplies $700
Total $33,100
Additional Personal Expenses  
Health insurance $1,851
Personal & miscellaneous $5,430
Total $7,281

Federal regulations require us to include average costs for the items above when determining eligibility for financial aid. Official tuition and fee rates are set by the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents and approved by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education.

 

 

Your actual costs will vary

These averages are based on enrollment in 8 credit hours per semester and a student survey of personal expenses. You might spend more or less than these average estimates.

 

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Courses must be applicable to your degree to count toward your credit hour total for financial aid eligibility.


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