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The Princeton Review ranks OU top in the nation in terms of academic excellence and cost for students. Learn the steps to apply for financial aid at OU. All students should apply regardless of income.

Apply for Financial Aid

Financial Education Services (fED) offers OU students free information about managing their finances and providing the resources they need to graduate with as little debt as possible.

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Current and prospective students can find the most information possible concerning scholarships at OU.

Apply for Scholarships

Learn about financial aid opportunities, loan programs, and aid deadlines for College of Liberal Studies students.

CLS Student Aid

Learn about financial aid opportunities, loan programs, and aid deadlines for Advanced Programs students.

Advanced Programs Student Aid

Learn about financial aid opportunities, loan programs, and aid deadlines for OU-Tulsa students. 

Tulsa Student Aid

Financial Aid Services

Financial Aid Services offers financial resources to help meet the educational costs of attending OU. Financial Aid Services assists by 1) administering federal, state, institutional, and private aid programs, 2) providing customized outreach programs, and 3) assisting students with the successful completion of the financial aid application process.

Our website provides a wealth of useful information about the many financial aid opportunities and scholarships available at The University of Oklahoma.

Students are encouraged to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, apply for scholarships, and other resources by the appropriate deadlines.

OU's FAFSA Code is 003184


Work Assistance Tuition Waiver

The 2015-2016 Work Assistance Tuition Waiver application is now available in oZone and on our website:! This tuition waiver is designed to assist undergraduate students that work 25+ hours per week. (Students are required to submit two consecutive pay stubs from January 12-May 1, 2015.) After receiving the waiver, you will only have to work 10+ hours during the Fall in order to receive it for the Spring. You must complete at least 15 hours each semester, and achieve at least a 2.0 GPA each semester.

The application is due May 15, 2015 by 11:59 p.m.

More information is available here. 

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Financial Planning Calculator Tool

This Excel worksheet is designed to assist you in developing your personalized financial plan for the 15-16 academic school year by comparing your direct costs for academic and living expenses to your personal financial aid awards.

You may use the estimates provided OR enter your actual expenses once the Bursar has billed for the semester.

Resident Students CLICK HERE

Non-Resident Students CLICK HERE


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IRS Data Retrieval Tool - 2015-2016 FAFSA

Watch this quick video for tips on how to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.