Payment for each course is required in full at the time of registration. You may pay using MasterCard, Visa, a check, a purchase order, or a student loan.
You can pay with a credit card online or by phone.
If you need to arrange a check payment, please first contact the Program Coordinator, 541-346-4231.
If you are paying tuition with a student loan or scholarship through financial aid, the University of Oregon has authorization to bill the loan only for tuition expenses. You are responsible for all other expenses (e.g., textbooks or reading packets) and may not ask the university to collect from the loan for these expenses.
If you are using financial aid, register as early in the term as possible. Registering at the same time for all of the 5 credits needed to qualify for financial aid as a half-time graduate student assists in the timely processing of your financial aid disbursement.
For more information, contact:
Office of Student Financial Aid and Scholarships
260 Oregon Hall
University of Oregon
Eugene OR 97403
If you are using a purchase order to pay tuition expenses, please file a letter with the Continuing and Professional Education registration office authorizing the student to use a purchase order. The letter must be on company letterhead, state the student's name, the length of time for which the authorization is in effect, and the amount the company will cover. This letter must be on file before the registration becomes effective. It is the student's responsibility to keep all purchase order information current and to provide a new letter to the AIM Program program coordinator when the current authorization expires. AIM staff will file the letter with the Continuing and Professional Education registration office.
AIM is certified by the Veterans Administration. For more information, contact the UO Registrar's Office and ask for the veterans benefits clerk:
For more information on these tax credits, visit the following sites:
The Applied Information Management Master's Degree is an Interdisciplinary Studies program through the Graduate School.