Oklahoma City University will not raise the costs of tuition and fees for the 2022-23 school year, university officials announced today.
The move to keep costs flat for the next school year also extends to housing and meal costs. This is the second consecutive year the school has elected to hold costs steady.
“We want to recognize the collective effort of our students to persevere through the challenges of the pandemic,” Oklahoma City University President Kenneth Evans said. “These have included economic challenges, and we acknowledge those struggles continue for many.”
Costs will remain flat for students at all levels, including undergraduate, master’s, law and doctoral programs.
Oklahoma City University offers a variety of need-based and competitive scholarships, with more than 90% of undergraduate students typically receiving some form of financial aid. To ease the process for students, the university’s general application doubles as an application for scholarships.
Additional information about cost of attendance for first-year students at Oklahoma City University can be found here.