It is important to know all of the costs associated with going to college so that you can prepare accordingly. The cost of supplies, housing, and meal plans can really mound up after four years (or maybe more)! Make a good financial decision by taking these costs into account.
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The table below will show you the expected costs of both on-campus and off-campus housing and meal plans for Oklahoma Christian University.
|Expense||On Campus||Off Campus|
|Room and Board||$7,900||$7,900|
|Other Living Expenses||$4,455||$4,455|
|Books and Supplies||$1,200||$1,200|
Housing and meal plans at OC have changed about -1.1% per year these past five years, compared to a nationwide average change of 2.4%. If today's developments in room, board, and other expenses carry on, we expect incoming freshman students in 2022 to pay about $13,461 in their first year of school. In their final year an undergraduate would spend an average of $13,369 for a two-year degree, and $13,188 for a four-year degree.
Bachelor's degree students will end up spending a total sum of around $53,298 in living costs by the time they graduate, while associate degree students might pay a total sum of about $26,831.
Are you wondering whether you may be required to live on campus? If you are a first-time full-time student, some schools may require it. See the table below to find out whether OC does or not, as well as the on-campus housing capacity.
Schools may offer meal plans where the number of meals per week can vary, for example, the student receives a meal card and charges meals against the card. Then there are schools like OC that offer meal plans based on the number of meals per week. See the table below to find out the number of meals per week in the maximum meal plan offered at OC.
|Are Freshmen Required to Live on Campus?||No|
|On-Campus Housing Capacity||1,709|
|Meals Per Week Included in Max Meal Plan||21|
We planned on reporting how on-campus living expenses at OC compares to the national average, but that data was not obtainable. It could be because most of the learners at this school commute, or are online students.
More about our data sources and methodologies.