- Int'l Programs
- Int'l Degree & Education Abroad
- Int'l Student Advising & Services
- Int'l Scholar & Faculty Services
The program costs and billing procedures vary by each program.
You may pay all of your program costs to OSU, all costs to an outside agency or foreign university, or pay tuition and fees to OSU and other costs such as room and board to a foreign university. Be sure to check with your Education Abroad Advisor or program coordinator to make sure you understand exactly what you will owe to whom, and when it is due.
Program fees or tuition billed to OSU student account:
- OSU-administered study abroad programs
- Oregon University System (OUS) study abroad programs
- IE3 Global Internships
- $350/term Education Abroad Administrative Fee for students participating on select OSU programs and all programs through AHA, API, CIEE, IE3 Global Internships, IFSA-Butler, INTO China, OUS, SACI, Semester At Sea, SEA Semester, SFS, and SIT study abroad programs
Program providers that bill the student directly:
- INTO China
- SEA Semester
- Semester At Sea
Most program providers offer a billing plan that takes into account your financial aid award and the date that aid will be released. Make arrangements before your program begins to enroll in a billing plan.
In addition to program costs, students participating in many of our education abroad programs will be charged an administrative fee for each term they are abroad (these are listed above). Your OSU account will be charged this fee, which is non-refundable after the program start date. For many programs, the administrative fee is $350 per term. If you are paying your fees directly to a study abroad provider or host institution, you will still need to budget for the OSU administrative fee charged to your OSU account. If you intend to use financial aid to pay your program fee, remember the administrative fee will be paid out of your award before your refund is issued.
If you pay your education abroad program costs to OSU, the same OSU policies apply while you are overseas as if you were on campus.
- Your OSU bill is due by July 31 for summer term, October 31 for fall term, January 31 for winter term, and April 30 for spring term. A 1% late charge will be assessed on any unpaid balance after that date.
- You may pay in monthly installments if you wish; just be aware that you will be charged interest.
- Currently, OSU accepts credit card payments only via the Web.
- Your account balance must be under $2,200 or you will not be able to register for the following term, even if you are still abroad.
Accessing your OSU Account
A billing notification will be sent to your ONID account at the start of each month letting you know that you can log into the ebill system to view your OSU statement. You can authorize someone (such as your parents) to have access to your OSU account by clicking on the "Authorized users" button once you are in the system and following the steps. If you have any questions about your account, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Due to federal privacy regulations, the OSU Student Accounts Office cannot discuss your account with anyone but you unless you sign a release form. If someone other than yourself (e.g., a parent, grandparent, bill payer) might need to inquire information about your OSU account, you must sign the release form or no information can be given. The student accounts release form is available at Window 13 on the first floor of Kerr Administration Building. Be sure to inform the Student Accounts Office that you will be abroad so that they will give you the correct form and be sure to list all of the terms you will be studying abroad. You should complete the Student Accounts Release Form at the window 13 so they can witness your signature. If you mail the form, you will need to have it notarized.
Paying your Bill
You can pay your OSU bill via the ebill system, with a credit card via the Student Online Services, or by mailing a check to:
OSU Business Office
PO Box 1086
Corvallis, OR 97339
(Be sure to include your OSU ID number when mailing a payment.)