Tuition and Fee Adjustments FAQs


If I am a graduate assistant, does my spouse pay in-state tuition?

If you have received a graduate assistant non-resident tuition waiver, your graduate spouse is eligible for a waiver of non-resident tuition. The spouse will need to complete the Spousal Graduate Tuition Waiver Form and return it to the Office of the Registrar at the beginning of each semester to receive the waiver.

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Who can explain my Bursar bill?

You may log in to the Bursar's website to access your Bursar account. For an explanation of tuition and fees, view the following pages on the Bursar's website:

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What does the Faculty/Staff Tuition and Fee Waiver Cover?

Please refer to Policies and Procedures Letters 2-0108 and 3-0744.

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When are the Faculty/Staff Tuition and Fee Waiver Request forms due?

Faculty/Staff Tuition and Fee Waiver Request forms are due in the Office of the Registrar prior to the first day of classes. To reference amount of tuition and fees waived please see the Policies and Procedures Letters 2-0108 and 3-0744.

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Will the Faculty/Staff Tuition and Fee Waiver cover NOC courses?

For full-time OSU faculty and staff members who enroll in NOC-Stillwater courses, specified fees as stated in policies 2-0108 and 3-0744 may be waived but no tuition is waived. Courses offered by other institutions are not covered.

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