Financial Assistance

Like Me InfographicGoing to college (especially ORU) is worth the investment, but the idea of paying for college may seem like a challenge. However, receiving a Spirit-empowered degree from ORU is more affordable than you may think.

ORU is committed to awarding over $25,000,000 in financial aid this next academic year! Our students receive grants, work-study jobs and a range of scholarships from academic based scholarships to talent and athletic scholarships. Undergraduate students and Graduate students can even participate in our Quest Whole Person Scholarship Program for financial aid up to the full cost of tuition!

> Freshmen Students
> Transfer Students
> Graduate School of Business Students
> Graduate School of Education Students
> Graduate School of Theology & Ministry Students

Percentage Receiving AidInformation Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) for 2015-2016 full-time, incoming freshmen.

Vauntez Story

"Finances, of course, would play a big role in my decision. One pivotal confirmation was the financial aid made available to me..."

Vauntez I. Purnell (Current ORU Student)  > Read His Full Story     

Average Financial Aid Infographic

 Information Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) for 2015-2016 full-time, incoming freshmen.

Anabelle Story

"God placed the perfect amount of financial aid in my path so I could make the leap and move my life to Tulsa..."

 

Anabelle Torres (Current ORU Student) > Read Her Full Story

 

STATE AND FEDERAL AID

ORU participates in state and federal aid programs that provide grants and student loans to qualifying students (U.S. Citizens only). To qualify, you’ll need to file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is a government form used to determine if you qualify for federal aid. You can submit your FAFSA at fafsa.gov as early as October 1 the year before you plan on enrolling in classes! Even if you don’t think you’ll qualify for federal aid, you’ll want to complete the FAFSA using ORU’s school code (003985) so you can receive a personalized financial aid.

> Start Your FAFSA TodayFafsa Info
> Watch an Overview of Federal Student Aid
> Watch an Overview of the FAFSA
> Watch How to Fill out Your FAFSA

have questions?

 We'd love to help! ORU's Office of Financial Aid upholds the highest standards of ethical and legal conduct in all aspects of the aid process. To review the basis of our professional standards, please see our official school code of conduct. If you have questions about your financial aid award or student account, please feel free to contact the Student Service Group today.

Contact Information:
Phone: 918.495.6510
Fax: 918.495.6803
Email: studentservicegroup@oru.edu