OUS Fees
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  Eastern Oregon University, La Grande: Incidental fees being increased by 3.9 percent to cover student costs. Health service fee increased by 10.8 percent to $72 per term, plus new $17 per term health insurance fee.

Oregon Institute of Technology, Klamath Falls: Resource fee increased 16.7 percent to $28 per term. New one-time matriculation fee of $25. Incidental fee increased 1.7 percent to $117 per term to cover inflation. New health insurance fee of $17 per term.

Oregon State University, Corvallis: New tuition schedule for Pharmacy D four-year undergraduate program. New Pharmacy D rates will be $2,270 per term for residents, $4,900 per term for non-residents. Pharmacy fee, for current students, increased 5 percent to $1,092. Engineering fee increased 7.7 percent to $140 for computer lab cost and expansion. New resource fee of $25 per term assessed to support University Honors College. Incidental fees increased 2.3 percent to $133 per term for inflation. Health service fee increased 1.3 percent to $79 per term.

Portland State University: Incidental fees increased 8.6 percent to $126 per term to support expanded student services. Health service fees increased 5.1 percent to $62 per term to cover higher premium costs.

Southern Oregon University, Ashland: One-time matriculation fee increased 60 percent up to $40. Master of Management fee increase 5 percent to $105 per term for residents and $150 per term for non-residents for expanded services. Technology fee increased 25 percent to a maximum of $30 per term to meet service demands. Incidental fee increased 3.6 percent to $114.50 to restore fee to 1997-1998 level and improve support. Health service fees increased 3 percent to $68.50 per term to cover inflation and operating costs.

University of Oregon, Eugene: Matriculation fee increased by 33 percent to $200 for first term undergraduates participating in IntroDUCKtion orientation; fee increased by 50 percent to $150 for undergraduates and 100 percent for graduates who do not participate in the orientation program. Resource fee increased by 100 percent to $100 for Honors College students admitted in Fall 1999. Law resource fee increased by 6.4 percent to $2,075 to improve support services. Incidental fees increased 3.8 percent to $163.75 per term to cover inflation and new student activities assessments. Health services fee increased 8.6 percent to $88 per term to maintain services.

Western Oregon University, Monmouth: Technology resource fee increased 16.7 percent to $28 per term for undergraduates and increased 55 percent to $28 per term for graduates. New one-time matriculation fee of $75 for all new and transfer students. Incidental fees increased 2.5 percent to $122 per term to cover inflation. Basic health services fee increased 3.5 percent to $60 per term to cover inflation. New health insurance fee of $17 per term.

 
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