How can i afford a graduate degree from oru?
A graduate degree from ORU will prepare you for a future with the ability to position yourself for advancement while increasing your impact, influence, and opportunities wherever God calls you. As you review the cost of attending, remember that nearly 100% of our full-time students receive financial assistance. Like them, you can benefit from many forms of financial aid for which you may qualify. Figuring out how to pay for ORU isn't just a financial plan -- it's a success plan.
MASTER'S AND DOCTORAL SCHOLARSHIPS
Eligibility is limited to new students accepted to an ORU graduate program and current ORU graduate students who have completed twelve or fewer hours of graduate study in their program of interest at ORU.
Federal financial aid may be available for qualifying students based on the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is free to complete and may help you offset the cost of education-related expenses.Learn More
LOAN OPTIONSORU is committed to helping you reduce the cost of attending through any available avenue. Whether it be financial aid, scholarships, or grants, we’re prepared to navigate financial aid options with you. Below is a quick overview of some types of financial aid.
These are offered based on need and do need to be repaid with interest. Students will be required to complete a FAFSA to qualify for federal loans.
These are non-governmental loans made available to students and parents by banks for the purpose of paying for college expenses. They do need to be repaid with interest.
cost of education
At the graduate level, our tuition rates vary depending on the program and learning
Select a category below to view information for a specific program. As you review the cost of attending,
keep in mind that many of our graduate students benefit from institutional and federal assistance.
BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER