Net Price Calculator

Please provide the requested information. Your responses will be used to calculate an estimate of your Oakland University and federal financial assistance.

Student Information

Are you an international student?
Are you from Mexico or Canada?
Living arrangements:

Were you born before January 1, 1994?
Are you married? Answer yes if you are separated, but not divorced.
If you are a high school student, enter your high school GPA (on a 4.0 scale). If you are a transfer student, enter your cumulative GPA (on a 4.0 scale) over all colleges you have attended.
Enter 0 if you don't have a score.

Expected Family Contribution

If the EFC is unknown, leave this field blank and click the EFC Estimator button below.

EFC Estimator

Parent(s)' Income: Note: If you have a single parent, or parents that are seperated, or parents that are divorced, only include the income of the parent you're living with.
Parent(s)' Income tax information:
Include yourself but not your parent(s).
Is your spouse enrolled in school for at least 1/2 time?
Estimated EFC:

Net Price Calculator Results

Based on the information provided in the net price calculator, the following represents an estimate of net price of attendance at Oakland University. It is NOT a financial assistance offer. Cost of attendance, financial assistance availability, and awarding criteria change every year. Financial assistance from private and external sources are not included in this estimate.

Estimated Cost of Attendance

Books & Supplies
Room & Board

Academic Merit Scholarships and Need-Based Grants

Note: Students will automatically be considered for academic merit scholarships provided all application materials are submitted to Undergraduate Admissions by March 1. To be considered for scholarships, Oakland University must receive the application, transcripts, SAT scores, and/or ACT scores by March 1. To be considered for grants, students must be admitted and complete the FAFSA by July 1. The FAFSA must demonstrate financial need. The university will review OU scholarships and/or grants annually to determine eligibility for renewal, up to a maximum of six additional successive fall, winter, and summer semesters, after the student’s first academic year (fall and winter semesters). Students must meet the OU scholarship and/or grant renewal criteria.

Estimated Federal Pell Grant

Total estimated scholarship assistance


Net Price This is your cost of attendance minus your estimated scholarship assistance.
Estimated Federal Student Loans
Final Cost This is your cost of attendance minus your estimated scholarships and loans.

Disclaimer: The estimate provided using this net price calculator does not represent a final determination, or actual award of financial assistance. The cost of attendance and financial aid availability may change. This estimate shall not be binding on the Secretary of Education, Oakland University or the State of Michigan. Students must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in order to be eligible for, and receive an actual financial aid award that includes federal grants, institutional grants, and loans.