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University of Tulsa cost of attendance

Studying abroad is a big investment, so you need to plan ahead. In addition to paying for tuition, you must have funds to cover the full cost of attending a university in the USA. The information on this page will help you better understand these expenses.

Proof of finances

You must receive a Certificate of Eligibility – also known as the “Form I-20” – to apply for your US study visa. To issue your I-20, the University of Tulsa must have proof (usually a bank statement or sponsorship letter) that you have funding available to cover costs for at least 1 year, including tuition, fees and living expenses.

Undergraduate degree estimated expenses

These numbers show the required funds from the confirmation of financial resources form for international students.
All costs in US dollars for the 2019–20 academic year.

 Estimated costs ($US)
Total61,078
Fall and Spring tuition*41,698
Health insurance1,750
Standard university fees900
Books1,200
Housing (on campus)**6,586
Meals***4,864
Personal expenses4,080
* Tuition estimate is based on 12-18 credit hours per semester at a cost of $1,497 per credit hour.
** Housing estimate is based on double room in William F. Fisher hall plus fees. Cost is per student.
*** Meals estimate is based on a university plan with 12 meals per week (plus $400 Dining and $50 Game Day Dollars).

Accommodation fees

TU’s student residence halls are convenient and cost-effective. Exact fees vary based on your chosen housing option and meal plan: