Net Price Calculators


Don't be fooled by the sticker price of colleges! Use a Net Price Calculator to get an estimate of what you will actually pay.

The total cost of attendance for one year of college includes tuition & fees, room, board, transportation, and personal expenses. The net price of college is the amount a student and their family is responsible for paying for a single year of college. It is the remaining bill after all grants and scholarships the student has received are subtracted from the total cost of attendance. Grants and scholarships are forms of financial aid that do not have to be paid back. Loans are a form of financial aid that does have to be paid back; therefore, they are included in the net price.

Colleges and universities that award federal financial aid (i.e. Pell grants and federal loans) are required by law to provide access to a Net Price Calculator on their website. These calculators allow students to enter information about themselves and receive an estimate of the net price for them at that institution. The tables below contain links to net price calculators for all of Oregon's public and independent, not-for-profit colleges and universities. Remember that net price calculators are a tool and can only provide estimates. Remember, also, that the estimate may not include all scholarships for which you are eligible - and the more scholarships you apply for and receive, the lower your net price will be! For more information, visit the Net Price Calculator Center.