OSU Fees Online

Welcome:

Oregon State University may engage in the direct sale of goods and services to individuals, groups, or external customers for fees only when those services or goods are directly and substantially related to the mission of the university which includes teaching, research, and public service.

The consolidated institutional fee process includes:
  • External fees – charged to external (non-OSU) entities for goods or services in exchange for cash receipts.
  • Internal fees – charged via journal voucher to OSU departments for goods or services. May include grants or contracts.
  • Course fees – assessed to students for specific, tangible goods or services received in conjunction with taking a specific class.

Use the navigation links on the left to view and/or search each of these fee types. This site is also designed to help units create and/or submit online proposals which add new fees or review, change, or drop existing fees (note: course fees need to be “dropped” by the system administrator). Only an authorized user or originator may access the secure portion of the system.

To obtain originator access, you must first pass the Originator Security Test. Register for the test through Professional Development. Once logged into the Professional Development site, select course listings on the left then Business Affairs from the Category drop-down list. Click on the Register link under OSU Fees Online – Originator Security Test. The open book test is delivered through Blackboard; you will receive instructions on accessing the test once registration is complete.

Additional information about University Fees or using the OSU Fees Online website can be found through the Fee Criteria link on the left. For further help, contact the Financial Accounting Manager in your Business Center or Charlotte Rooks in Business Affairs at 737-5422.

Oregon State University
Business Affairs-Financial Accounting & Analysis
100 Kerr Administration Building
Corvallis, OR 97331
541-737-5422
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