Financial Information

AggieOne Card

Cameron University issues financial refunds using the AggieOne card from Higher One. Cameron has partnered with Higher One, Inc., a financial services company focused solely on higher education, to bring this new method of refund disbursement to campus.

 

The AggieOne card provides Cameron students with increased choices when it comes to receiving their financial aid or school refunds. The options include opening a Higher One "One Account," direct deposit or into a bank account, or a paper check.  

 

When you receive the AggieOne card in the mail, please do not throw it away. You will need the card to select your refund preference. There is a charge for a replacement card.

 

Visit www.AggieOneCard.com to login and learn more about the AggieOne card.

Business Office

The cashiers, located in the Administration Building and at the One Stop in the MCC, are open from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.  Students may make payments at either cashier location or through the mail:


Cameron University
Attention:  Cashier
2800 W. Gore Blvd.
Lawton, OK  73505

Credit card payments may be made online through AggieAccess or by phone at (580) 581-5501 or 581-2219.

Calculating Tuition

Tuition is based on a cost per semester hour. To determine what a semester’s worth of tuition will cost, multiply the number of hours you are planning to take, times the cost per hour.   Click here for current tuition and fee rates.

Worksheet for determining your college expenses for one year

A. _____________ X 2 semesters X _____________ = _____________
      (# of sem. hours)                          (cost per hour)          (total tuition)

B. ____________ X 2 semesters = ______________
      (housing costs)                              (total housing)

C. $600 (costs of books) X 2 semesters = $1,200 (total costs of books)

D. $15 one time fee (cost of ID; replacement cost $20)

E. $25 (cost of parking permit/year)

F.   $25 Wellness Center Fee (per semester)

ADD: A + B + C + D + E + F for approximate expenses for one-year (2 semesters)

There may also be additional fees associated with some classes listed in the class schedule.  This is an estimate only.  Tuition and fees subject to change.

Financial Assistance

North Shepler, Room 301, 581-2293
http://www.cameron.edu/financial_aid

Financial assistance is designed to help cover the cost of a college education and is intended to supplement the family and student contribution.

How to Apply:

  1. Complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.gov
  2. Allow at least 45 days for the processing of your application.

Types of Financial Assistance

Grants:
Grants are forms of financial assistance that do not require repayment. Grants are based on need, school costs and enrollment status.

Loans:
Loans are a form of borrowed financial assistance that must be repaid with interest.

On-Campus Employment:
Students have the opportunity to apply for an on-campus position to assist with educational expenses. To view current on-campus employment opportunities and for additional information about becoming a Cameron employee, go to AggieAccess and click on My Info. Under Quick Links, click on On-Campus Employment.

Scholarships:
Each year a variety of scholarships are awarded to Cameron students. The scholarships are made available by the State of Oklahoma, Cameron University, and private organizations through Cameron. Scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis and based upon scholastic ability, financial need, demonstrated talent in individual studies, leadership, athletics or fine arts.

The general scholarship application can be completed online at http://www.cameron.edu/financial_aid/gen_scholarship_app.

For additional information, please review the Financial Assistance web page. You can also contact the Director of Admissions, or the Chair of the department in the area in which the scholarship is desired.

Tuition and Fees

Student Handbook