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CAN I AFFORD ORAL ROBERTS UNIVERSITY?

A degree from ORU is a life-changing investment for you and your future. As you review the cost of attending, remember that nearly 100% of our full-time undergraduate students do not pay the full cost of attendance. Like them, you can benefit from many forms of financial aid for which you may qualify. We’re here to help you understand the ins-and-outs of financial aid and the offer being made to you. See what assistance you may receive when you connect with us.

ORU SCHOLARSHIPS

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QUEST

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The Quest Whole Leader Scholarship program seeks to recognize student achievement in the areas of academics, services, and leadership.

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ACADEMIC

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Academic Scholarships are based upon academic qualifications and range from $6,000 - $11,000.

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ATHLETICS

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Athletic scholarships range up to the cost of attendance and are based upon participation in NCAA Athletics. Students receiving NCAA Athletic Scholarships are not eligible for Quest Whole Leader Scholarships.

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OTHER ORU SCHOLARSHIPS

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We know that earning an education is worth the investment, and takes time, energy, and resources. We want to equip you with information and opportunities as you prepare for your future.

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OKLAHOMA STATE GRANTS

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Oklahoma Tuition Aid Grant

(OTAG)

Determined by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education from the results of FAFSA form. Must have been a legal resident of Oklahoma for a minimum of one year. Available to Pell-eligible undergraduate students.

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Oklahoma Tuition Equalization Grant

(OTEG)

Determined by the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education from the results of the FAFSA form. Oklahoma residency required.

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Oklahoma's Promise

(Formerly OHLAP)

Oklahoma's Promise is a program set up by the Oklahoma Legislature for eighth-, ninth- and tenth-grade students with family incomes of $50,000 or less. Upon acceptance into the Oklahoma's Promise program, students must complete a set of academic courses in high school to qualify for future college tuition assistance.

Federal Grants

Grants are sources of financial aid that typically don't have to be repaid and can be provided by the federal or state government, your school, or a private or nonprofit organization. Pay attention to application deadlines and be sure to apply for any grant you're eligible for.

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LEARN MORE ABOUT FAFSA

Are you wondering why we strongly encourage all families to submit the FAFSA? Watch the video for more information.

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LOAN OPTIONS

ORU 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.

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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.

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The Integrity Loan Program is an institutional loan available to students who require financial assistance from sources other than the Federal government’s need-based programs in order to help meet college costs.

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ADDITIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS FROM ORU

We know that earning an education is worth the investment, and takes time, energy, and resources. We want to equip you with information and opportunities as you prepare for your future.

Availability: Freshmen - Seniors

A singular application for the variety of restricted scholarship funds that the Financial aid office is able to use to help students who show financial need. The application is open from Feb 1st to May 15th each year.

Deadline: May 15

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Availability: Freshmen - Seniors

By agreement with the United States Air Force, eligible full-time students at Oral Roberts University may participate in Air Force ROTC (AFROTC) and receive an officer’s commission in the Air Force upon graduation.

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Availability: Sophomores - Seniors

It provides financial support for a school of business student who has a strong Christian commitment has a Love for Jesus Christ and is actively involved and serving. Student must maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher. 

Deadline: May 15

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Availability: Freshmen - Seniors

This scholarship is for students seeking a degree in Evangelism or Communication. Click here to review the instructions prior to completing the application.

Deadline: May 15

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This scholarship is for a full time print or broadcast journalism major who demonstrates financial need.

Deadline: May 15

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This scholarship is awarded to students who are part of the ORU Debate team. It is contingent upon being enrolled in COM 400-Debate as well as maintaining a minimum GPA requirement. Students interested in this scholarship may contact Dr. Agena Farmer at afarmer@oru.edu.

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Availability: Freshmen

This scholarship is available for ORU students who are the first generation to attend college in their family.

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This scholarship application is available for students who are majoring in ORU's Entrepreneurship program.

Deadline: May 15

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This scholarship application is for students who are majoring in Broadcast Media majors.

Deadline: May 15

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Availability: Junior and Senior female students

This scholarship is for junior and senior female students of all majors who have a heart for God and a financial need. The scholarship award is a minimum of $3000 for the school year, distributed as $1500 each semester. As part of this scholarship program you will get to meet and have dinner with Ms. Behr.

Deadline: May 15

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ORU's Buyback Program

ORU has adopted the Leadership through Excellence in Academics Program (LEAP) to provide eligible students the opportunity to receive up to a $15,000 graduation credit toward their federal Stafford Loan and/or ORU Integrity Loan. Your hard work could pay off in more ways than one!

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BRINGING IT ALL TOGETHER

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Payment Plans

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We offer a flexible, interest-free monthly payment plan option that can help you reduce the need to borrow finances while paying off your remaining balance over time. Payment plans range from 4 to 5 months each semester.

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Work Study

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During the fall and spring semesters, students can work on campus through the Student Work-Study Program. Students must accept a work-study award from Financial Aid so be sure to submit your FAFSA!

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Price Calculator

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Estimate your financial aid options with the Oral Roberts University Net Price Calculator. The average time to complete a full estimate is between 3-5 minutes.

 

Annual Cost of Tuition

2022-2023

Tuition $31,250
Room (avg. based upon standard room) $4,200
Board & Meal Plans $4,850

General Fee

Technology Fee

Student Service Fee

$800

$400

$190

Estimated Annual Cost of Attendance $41,690

 

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