OKLAHOMA CITY – Tuition, fees and housing costs at Oklahoma City University will not increase for the 2012-2013 school year, OCU President Robert Henry announced today. Tuition and fees will remain flat for all undergraduate, graduate and law programs.
OCU administrators are committed to helping students succeed in all aspects of their college experience and protecting students’ investments in their education, particularly while the national economy struggles to regain momentum.
“We want to give students and their families every advantage as they plan academic and living costs for next year,” Henry said. “By keeping tuition, student fees and university housing charges under control, students will have greater financial flexibility in the coming year. One of the advantages of being a small, private university is our ability to quickly implement decisions that best meet the needs of our students.”
Financial aid opportunities remain strong at Oklahoma City University where more than 90 percent of undergraduate students receive financial aid. Oklahoma City University is one of the “100 Best College Buys,” listed among “America’s Best Christian Colleges” and listed in the top tier of regional masters level universities by U.S. News and World Report.
For more information about enrollment or financial aid at Oklahoma City University, call (405) 208-5050 or visit www.okcu.edu.