University of Oregon

Dear University of Oregon students,

The tuition-setting process for the 2022–23 academic year is underway and we want to ensure you have full knowledge of both the tuition-and-fee-setting process and the opportunities you have to participate in this conversation.

Upcoming event for students

The ASUO and the Tuition and Fee Advisory Board (TFAB) are co-hosting an open forum for students on Tuesday, January 11 at 6:00 p.m. PST. Students must register online to attend. The forum will be virtual and will include a presentation from members of UO administration on the university’s Guaranteed Tuition program and key cost drivers for tuition and fees for the upcoming academic year. This event is designed so that students can learn more about the tuition-setting process and where their tuition dollars are allocated. The forum will also provide students with an opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback to the TFAB representatives.

More information on tuition and fees

Tuition and fee information and the TFAB meeting schedule are available on the UO tuition website, which also has information on the cost of education, cost drivers, and historical trends. In addition to regular updates on the tuition website, information is available in Around the O, social media, and in materials developed by ASUO.

By mid-February, TFAB will make a recommendation to the president on tuition and fee rates for new undergraduate students and new and existing graduate students. Before taking his tuition recommendations to the Board of Trustees, President Schill will host another forum to hear from students in February.

We hope you will join us at the forum to learn about the tuition-setting process and to share your ideas on Tuesday, January 11 at 6:00 p.m. PST.


Isaiah Boyd 
ASUO President                       
Kevin Marbury
Vice President for Student Life
Division of Student Life, 5216 University of Oregon, Eugene OR 97403
Office: 164 Oregon Hall | P: 541-346-3216
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