Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fee totals for the Radiation Therapy Program can be found in the table listed below. For more information regarding tuition, fees, and refund policies, please visit the Registrar website. For a detailed breakdown of the tuition and fees please review page 5 of the 2022-23 program-specific tuition and fee charts by term.

Radiation Therapy Program tuition chart

Financial aid information

Financial Aid is arranged through the Financial Aid Office or by calling (503) 494-7800. Any financial aid program that requires documentation by the Program Director must be given to the Program Director two weeks prior to the due date. Veteran's Assistance may require a record of attendance for academic/clinic instruction on a monthly basis. Forms are available in the Registrar's Office.

For more information regarding financial aid for the academic year, please visit the Financial Aid Office website.

Scholarship information

Scholarships for individuals pursuing a career in Radiation Technology are available through many avenues; the American Society of Radiologic Technology (ASRT) has a number of opportunities specifically for students studying radiologic sciences.  Additional scholarship opportunities are also available through EduMed

All students offered admission into the Radiation Therapy Program are considered for the following OHSU scholarship opportunity:

  • President's Fund:  To ensure that OHSU graduate students have the opportunity to help address the healthcare needs of Oregon, the region, and the US, the OHSU President’s Fund will provide funds to qualified students from diverse backgrounds to become health professionals. Funds are provided to internally selected students and will cover full tuition and required fees charged to the student’s account for the length of the standard RT program.

2023-2024 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

Take Action! To ensure consideration for the maximum amount of aid, please apply for the 2023-24 FAFSA by our priority filing date, Jan. 15. Financial aid is a multi-step process and applying early will help ensure the delivery of your award notification. The form will help determine your eligibility for Federal and State grants and loans which include the Federal Direct Stafford and Parent PLUS loans.

We recommend that you apply now for the 2023-24 financial aid year. Please note that your financial aid application will not be reviewed until you’re admitted to an OHSU financial aid-eligible program.

How to apply:

To be considered for financial aid for summer 2023 through spring 2024, you must apply using the 2023-24 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available at: https://studentaid.gov/h/apply-for-aid/fafsa. OHSU's school code is 004883.

For the 2023-2024 FAFSA, you’ll provide your 2021 tax information. The best way to transfer your 2021 tax information directly onto the FAFSA is to use the IRS Data Retrieval Tool.  If you already applied but did not use the IRS DRT, then log in here under “Returning User” and select “make FAFSA corrections.” You can also log back in to make sure you have OHSU listed on your FAFSA here as well. Using this tool lowers the chance OHSU will need to request additional paperwork when processing your file.

Tips for applying:

Before filing your FAFSA, please read Common Issues to Avoid such as:

  • Marital status – for independent students, if you are married as of the date you file your FAFSA, you must include your spouse’s information in household size, income, and asset information along with your own, even if you were not married in 2021.
  • Dependent students – As of the date you file your FAFSA, if your legal parents (your biological and/or adoptive parents, or parents as determined by the state [e.g. a parent listed on your birth certificate]) are married to each other, you must include both parent’s information for household size, income, and asset information. If your legal/custodial parent is remarried as of the date you file your FAFSA, you must include both legal parent and step-parent’s information for household size, income, and asset information, even if they were not married in 2021.
  • Scholarship Reporting - Only report scholarships on your FAFSA if you were required to file a 2021 federal tax return AND you had to include the scholarship as income on that tax return.

When OHSU Financial Aid Office receives your financial aid application, you should receive an email indicating it was received and if there is any additional information you need to submit at that time. Please continue to watch for emails from their office.

Note:  If you are receiving any educational resources to assist you in paying education costs during 2023-24 and you apply for financial aid, you will be required to notify our office regarding the fund and amount awarded. Examples of educational resources could include, but are not limited to:  Departmental Tuition/Fee Payments, Stipends, Employee Tuition Benefits, Graduate Research Assistantships, Scholarships, Military Awards, WICHE Funding, National Health Service Corp, Vocational Rehabilitation, AmeriCorps, State VA Educational Benefits, and Traineeships. The amount of educational resources will then be taken into account when determining financial aid eligibility.    

Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA)

If you are an Oregon resident that has undocumented status, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status, and/or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) you may be able to apply for the OSAC Scholarships by completing the Oregon Student Aid Application (ORSAA).

Go to ORSAA Information

Scholarship Information

  • For information about internal and external scholarships, you can go to our financial aid website.
  • Below is information about the scholarships through the Oregon Student Access and Completion (OSAC) that opened on November 1st. You do not have to be admitted to a program to apply for scholarships. Apply here.
  • Students attending OHSU fall 2023 through spring 2024 may now apply for scholarships through Oregon's Office of Student Access and Completion. OSAC, whose goal is to help Oregon students plan and pay for college, offers more than 600 scholarship programs valued at more than $10 million. While various scholarships are available, some are related to health profession students. There are also scholarships that do not require Oregon residency. In 2022-23, OHSU students were awarded $256,206 in OSAC scholarships.
  • Early bird deadline: 5 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 15. Error-free applications submitted by this deadline receive an early review and will be entered into one of several $1,000 early bird scholarship drawings.
  • Final deadline: 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 1. All materials must be submitted to OSAC.

Questions? Contact the Financial Aid Office at finaid@ohsu.edu.

Oregon Office of Student Access and Completion Scholarships

Students attending OHSU fall 2022 through spring 2023 may now apply for scholarships through Oregon's Office of Student Access and Completion (OSAC). OSAC offers more than 480 scholarship programs valued at more than $10 million. While various scholarships are available, some are related to health profession students. There are also scholarships that do not require Oregon residency. In 2020-21, OHSU students were awarded $288,000 in OSAC scholarships.

Early bird deadline: 5 p.m., Monday, Feb. 15. Error-free applications submitted by this deadline receive an early review and will be entered into one of several $1,000 early bird scholarship drawings.

Final deadline: 5 p.m., Monday, March 1. All materials must be submitted to OSAC.

Apply here.