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Oklahoma Christian University is dedicated to holding down our cost of attendance so we can make a first-rate college education more affordable for students and their families. And in addition to bucking the trend of large tuition increases nationwide, OC doesn't charge student fees.

More than 90% of OC undergraduate students receive financial aid. OC awarded more than $17.5 million in OC scholarships and $14.4 million in federal and state grants last year. OC's need-based grants give students from lower- to middle-income families more financial aid today than ever before.

Use our Net Price Calculator and other links on this site to find the info you need, including our Financial Aid 101 videos. And don't hesitate to call us! You can contact your Personal Financial Counselor (PFC) directly or reach us at 800.877.5010, ext. 5190, or 405.425.5190.

Attending college requires a financial commitment from students, families, the government, and the university. OC is committed to making a high-quality Christian education affordable for you!


The cost to attend OC is far below the national average for private colleges. In fact, thanks to a multi-year price freeze, OC's costs have gone up just a little over 3 percent since 2011. That's far lower than the much larger increases at most colleges - both private and public - across the nation. And unlike most universities, Oklahoma Christian does not charge student fees.

More than 90% of our students receive grants and scholarships, making an OC education even more affordable. Students and families can shape their costs with housing and other choices that best fit their budgets and needs.

We also help students graduate in four years by giving them the opportunity to take up to 17 hours per semester for the same base price.

Learn more about what makes OC a great value!


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